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    First trip out with my (new to me) kit.
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    Lumix GX80, Zuiko ED 12-60mm f2.8-4.0 SWD (4/3rd) River Wear



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    what brand adapter are you using ?

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    It's the Panasonic one DMW-MA1
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    It's the Panasonic one DMW-MA1
    Thanks, Alan.
    I already have the Olympus MMF-3 for my Olympus FT lenses, but I'm considering a dedicated adapter for my Panasonic FT 25/1.4 lens.
    AF with my FT lenses and MMF-3 on the GX8 or G9 is hopeless, but AF works good enough on the EM1-II because of its PDAF support.
    The specifications of the DMW-MA1 only reads this "Support Contrast AF. Maintain Exposure control compatibility".
    Perhaps I better stick to the MMF-3 and find a second one.
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    Hi Bart, Can't help you much. I only use it for manual focusing and exif. It does autofocus but is slow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Knorp View Post
    Thanks, Alan.
    I already have the Olympus MMF-3 for my Olympus FT lenses, but I'm considering a dedicated adapter for my Panasonic FT 25/1.4 lens.
    AF with my FT lenses and MMF-3 on the GX8 or G9 is hopeless, but AF works good enough on the EM1-II because of its PDAF support.
    The specifications of the DMW-MA1 only reads this "Support Contrast AF. Maintain Exposure control compatibility".
    Perhaps I better stick to the MMF-3 and find a second one.
    I don't think there are any differences electronically between the MMF-1/2/3 and the DMW-MA1. They simply connect the connectors on both sides. I agree that the two E-M1 cameras are the only ones that offr satisfactory AF with 4/3 lenses. Still, I used the PL 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 as my main lens with the GH2/3 for 2-3 years.

    The aperture ring of the PL lenses will, as far as I know, work on Panasonic cameras regardles of adapter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlanS View Post
    Hi Bart, Can't help you much. I only use it for manual focusing and exif. It does autofocus but is slow!
    Hi Alan, thanks.
    One day day you should try an E-M1 Mark I or II (or III).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    I don't think there are any differences electronically between the MMF-1/2/3 and the DMW-MA1. They simply connect the connectors on both sides. I agree that the two E-M1 cameras are the only ones that offr satisfactory AF with 4/3 lenses. Still, I used the PL 14-50mm f/2.8-3.5 as my main lens with the GH2/3 for 2-3 years.

    The aperture ring of the PL lenses will, as far as I know, work on Panasonic cameras regardles of adapter.
    Just tried the PL FT 25/1.4 w/MMF-3 on my G9 and auto focussing - although not super fast - is actually pretty good, frankly I'm pleasantly surprised, while my OLY FT SHG lenses are just rubbish on the G9 (and GX8) ...
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    I am sure they are great camera's but I handled one a few years ago and it just didn't feel right somehow. I am buying lumix fixed focus lens so want to stick with lumix. No right or wrong here just preference I think?

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    Lumix GX80, Zuiko ED 12-60mm f2.8-4.0 SWD (4/3rd) River Wear



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