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Re: [OM] freaking 9mm FF Laowa

Subject: Re: [OM] freaking 9mm FF Laowa
From: "Pearce, Wilfred via olympus" <olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 May 2020 23:00:33 +0000
Cc: "Pearce, Wilfred" <pearce@xxxxxxxx>
I find this interesting, as when I see this I'm thinking  Hummmmmm, that might 
be nice! But then I remember I once owned the OM 28, 21 and 18 lenses.The 28 
became, along with the 28-48, my go to lens. There was something about the 28 
that made me feel like other guys do about their so called nifty fifties and 
their 35mm's. The 21 was nice and useful but never as big a deal as 28, and the 
18 was only used for interiors. At that it was superb, and if I was shooting 
real estate photos, I would use one again.


But the rectilinear fisheye, I'm not a glutton for punishment, and I'm not 
rich, so , nawwwwwww.

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> Coming to a FF camera near you...
> widely freaked WayneS

I'm still trying to come to grips with the OMZ 21/3.5. My struggles
include the obligatory stray tripod leg, camera strap or two sneaking
into the pictures. Imagine the complete insanity unleashed upon my
mind with something this extremely wide.

It wouldn't be pretty.

AG Schnozz
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