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  1. #21
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    1,5-2,0 full spectrum E-M10II IR vs PENF ( .. ) ..
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    4/3 : Olympus E-1, Leica DigiLux 3, C-2.0X, C-1.4X, ZD25mm, ZD 150mm, ZD SWD 50-200mm, Lensbaby 3G, Flash FL50R, MacroFlash STF-22.
    : Olympus OM-2N, OM-4 & .
    m4/3 : Olympus 1.2, PenF, G800+12-32mm, Leica 8-18mm, mZD 12-100, Lumix 100-300 mkII, mZD 8mm fisheye, PL 15mm
    , Lumix 20mm, Voiglander 25mm, mZD pro25mm, mZD pro 45mm, mZD 60mm macro, mZD 75mm, Lensbaby composer pro+Sweet35/50/Edge 50, FL-600R.

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    14mm (28mm FF) , 10 AF . refund , partial refund 100 manual 12-32 .
    full spectrum.
    4/3 : Olympus E-1, Leica DigiLux 3, C-2.0X, C-1.4X, ZD25mm, ZD 150mm, ZD SWD 50-200mm, Lensbaby 3G, Flash FL50R, MacroFlash STF-22.
    : Olympus OM-2N, OM-4 & .
    m4/3 : Olympus 1.2, PenF, G800+12-32mm, Leica 8-18mm, mZD 12-100, Lumix 100-300 mkII, mZD 8mm fisheye, PL 15mm
    , Lumix 20mm, Voiglander 25mm, mZD pro25mm, mZD pro 45mm, mZD 60mm macro, mZD 75mm, Lensbaby composer pro+Sweet35/50/Edge 50, FL-600R.

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    , feedback 100% Olympus full spectrum UV,IR . Olympus . , . site Lifepixel site 60 .
    4/3 : Olympus E-1, Leica DigiLux 3, C-2.0X, C-1.4X, ZD25mm, ZD 150mm, ZD SWD 50-200mm, Lensbaby 3G, Flash FL50R, MacroFlash STF-22.
    : Olympus OM-2N, OM-4 & .
    m4/3 : Olympus 1.2, PenF, G800+12-32mm, Leica 8-18mm, mZD 12-100, Lumix 100-300 mkII, mZD 8mm fisheye, PL 15mm
    , Lumix 20mm, Voiglander 25mm, mZD pro25mm, mZD pro 45mm, mZD 60mm macro, mZD 75mm, Lensbaby composer pro+Sweet35/50/Edge 50, FL-600R.

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    full specrum EM10II, .

    full specrum Olympus Panasonic :

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    Hello, do you remove cameras dust reduction filter with the conversion? Do you install a clear glass for the full spectrum conversion or no filter at all ? Is cameras Ibis working properly? can I use any kind of wide m43 lens ?

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    The sensor cleaning remains, it is a clear glass and it makes no sense to take this out synonymous. Another additional glass is unnecessary. The autofocus is correct and works perfectly. With adapter you can use the M42 lenses.

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    I will not use M42 lenses with adapter, my question was for AF micro four thirds (m43) lenses , especially for extra wide as Panasonic lumix 7-14/4

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    This conversion is suitable for all Std. Olympus lenses of 14-300mm focal length. Should you use Extra Wide angle lenses under 14mm, or
    even glasses from Panasonic, so some adjustments to the sensor holder must be made. Here is an additional charge of 40
    to be expected, since the housing must be processed highly precisely in a CNC workshop. We ask you to mention this before you buy, because then we will
    Need to adjust purchase price.

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    saw you mention something like this on your other listings for OLYMPUS infrared conventions so I had to ask. Are you use special spacers to compensate the movement of the sensor.? You didnt answer me if cameras IBIS is fine after the convention. I read the sensor is on fly and keeps the right position with special electromagnetic circuit. If the AA filter is gone and nothing comes in place, the total weight changes a bit and maybe IBIS isnt working as it should. Is that true?

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    Yes, the question was also justified. In the case of Panasonic lenses, the standard adjustability with the spacers is no longer sufficient. Therefore, the sensor holder in a CNC machine must be machined to the hundredth of a millimeter so that the sensor can move closer to the lens. We have this done in a CNC operation and take 40 per camera for it. You pass on these costs 1: 1. The Sensorhift does not bother the missing weight, he works quite normal ... these speculations are all conspiracy theories :-).

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    Thanks a lot for the quick reply and also for the detailed explanation. I ask all of these because I have also Olympus & Panasonic lenses and some of them are wide enough . I want to try a full spectrum body for IR (maybe send one of my own for conversion) with no problems with all my lenses if I can. If I choose a 590-720 conversion is the same procedure? Or a Panasonic body to modify? you have to do the CNC procedure to make sure camera focus at all focal lengths?

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    For all 4/3 cameras Panasonic lenses should use, this CNC machining must be made. Even with panasonic devices themselves. Fixed conversions with a firmly defined IR filter glass we do not anymore, only
    Fullspectrum conversions.

    AF 10 G5 Panasonic (8-18 , 12-32 12mm) G5 (15/1.7,20/1.7) , .. o 12-100 .

    full spectrum () () full spectrum IRcut ( 590-850nm) . Panasonic, .
    4/3 : Olympus E-1, Leica DigiLux 3, C-2.0X, C-1.4X, ZD25mm, ZD 150mm, ZD SWD 50-200mm, Lensbaby 3G, Flash FL50R, MacroFlash STF-22.
    : Olympus OM-2N, OM-4 & .
    m4/3 : Olympus 1.2, PenF, G800+12-32mm, Leica 8-18mm, mZD 12-100, Lumix 100-300 mkII, mZD 8mm fisheye, PL 15mm
    , Lumix 20mm, Voiglander 25mm, mZD pro25mm, mZD pro 45mm, mZD 60mm macro, mZD 75mm, Lensbaby composer pro+Sweet35/50/Edge 50, FL-600R.

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    project? guinea pig?

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    10 !!
    4/3 : Olympus E-1, Leica DigiLux 3, C-2.0X, C-1.4X, ZD25mm, ZD 150mm, ZD SWD 50-200mm, Lensbaby 3G, Flash FL50R, MacroFlash STF-22.
    : Olympus OM-2N, OM-4 & .
    m4/3 : Olympus 1.2, PenF, G800+12-32mm, Leica 8-18mm, mZD 12-100, Lumix 100-300 mkII, mZD 8mm fisheye, PL 15mm
    , Lumix 20mm, Voiglander 25mm, mZD pro25mm, mZD pro 45mm, mZD 60mm macro, mZD 75mm, Lensbaby composer pro+Sweet35/50/Edge 50, FL-600R.

 

 

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