Fotodiox Lens Adapters

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Today is the latest in a series of posts about my favorite accessories. I don’t mean ones that I admire or people have told me that they like, but ones that I use every day. One of the things that I’ve always loved about Mirrorless cameras is that you can adapt...

Fotodiox’s Leica M to M...

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Fisheye Friday the 13th

From the Best of Mark Toal If you’re a fan of Fisheye lenses like I am, frequently filing Fisheye Friday fotos on Facebook, Fotodiox has a fantastic convertor for you— the Lensbaby Fisheye lens. I love the Lensbaby Fisheye lens on my Micro Four-thirds cameras. When the Lenbaby is used...

Using Old Lenses with M...

Today’s Post by Mark Toal Last week I had coffee with my friends Tracy and Jan. Tracy is a lens expert and loves adapting old film-based lenses to his mirrorless cameras, while Jan loves to shoot with Micro Four-thirds cameras. Tracy made a portrait lens from an old movie projector...

The Joy of Manual Focus

Today’s Post by Joe Farace Earlier this year I was working on two articles for Shutterbug’s Digital Photography How-to Guide, a special publication separate from the monthly magazine. I wrote two articles that might be of interest to mirrorless camera shooters: The first was on...

Classic Lenses meet Mir...

When they were moving one of my friends found an old film camera case in her basement and knowing how much I love cameras called and asked if I wanted it. When I opened the case I saw a beautiful 1950’s Exakta 35mm film camera with two lenses—50mm and 135mm. The camera was made in East...