Olympus OM 24mm f/3.5 shift lens
- the first Perspective Control lens type that broke the 24mm barrier in 35mm SLR photography (1984).
- due to its protruding and the extra large front element, the lens was designed with a built-in protective scallop hood to protect the front ED glass lens element.
- an internal revolving filter turret supplies filters where a Neutral Density, Y48, O56, R60 are provided.
- a beautiful lens that many architectural photographers bought and converted to Nikon mounts. It is reportedly much sharper than the Canon version, and once converted, will work in stop-down metering mode just like Nikon's PC lenses.
- 24mm f/3.5 shift
- 84 deg field of view; maximum shift 100° (10mm)
- 57mm image circle
- 10 groups, 12 elements (mulitcoated)
- internal focus
- close focus 0.35m giving subject 36cm x 24cm (14.2“ x 9.4”)
- manual preset aperture diaphragm
- internal wheel filters (Neutral, Y48, O56, R60);
- 6 blades;
- 84mm (3.3“) diam x 75mm (3.0”)
- 510g (18 oz)
- used $US900-1600
photo/olympusom24mmshift.txt · Last modified: 2014/07/12 14:14 by gary1