Olympus OM G.ZUIKO 55mm f1.2 AUTO-S Lens

Posted: January 12, 2012 in WaLL Gallery!, WaLL Museum!
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If I ask you to keep ONLY 1 lens! which one will be your choice?

I am going to tell you my selection: OM ZUIKO 55mm f1.2 !

Most of the time, I use it with my OM-2SP (OM-2S Program).

OM G.ZUIKO 55mm f1.2

OM G.ZUIKO 55mm f1.2

It is a very beautiful lens with a maximum aperture of f/1.2. The first one was produced around 1974. It is one of the fastest ZUIKO lenses, can be used in low light environment. It is also very famous because of it can be used to create an image with beautiful bokeh looks like fish scales!!

Specification:
Focal length: 55mm
Aperture ratio: 1:1.2
Lens construction: 6 groups, 7 elements
Angle of view: Diagonal: 43°
Distance Scale: 0.45m to infinity
Focusing: Straight Helicoid
Minimum and Maximum aperture: f/16 ~ f/1.2
Minimum photographic range: 28mm x 16mm
Diaphragm: Automatic
Filter attachment size. 55mm
Length x max. diameter: 47mm x 65mm
Weight: 310g

Some shots by this ZUIKO 55mm f1.2:

Location: Oslo; Film: Kodak Ektar 100; Camera: Pen F with OM-Pen adapter

Location: Oslo; Film: Kodak Ektar 100; Camera: Pen F with OM-Pen adapter

Location: Hong Kong; Film: Kodak Ektar 100; Camera: OM2SP

Location: Osaka; Film: Kodak Ektar 100; Camera: OM2SP

Do you like this lens? 🙂

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Comments
  1. nonny says:

    hi! i was curious to know how you got such crisp digital copies of your photos?

    • Wu and Lu says:

      Hi. Most of the films are scanned by a Hong Kong store. I don’t know which machine they are using…
      in home, I use the film scanner produced by Canon – 9000F

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