Hacking a Vintage 1950s Lens for a Modern Mirrorless Camera

Hacking a Vintage 1950s Lens for a Modern Mirrorless Camera
Photographer Mario Nagano has a new camera lens that will undoubtedly draw quite a few looks from fellow photographers: it's an old lens from a 1950s bellows camera that has been converted into a Micro Four Thirds lens for his Olympus OM-D E-M5.
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20 First Photos from the History of Photography
The first digital photograph was taken all the way back in 1957; that is almost 20 years before Kodak's engineer invented the first digital camera. The photo is a digital scan of a shot initially taken on film. The picture depicts Russell Kirsch's son …
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Filming a friendship: TV pilot with Down syndrome star being shot here
Cables make the floor resemble the snake scene in "Raiders of the Lost Ark"; a high-end digital camera sits on a tripod in the middle of the room and a monitor dominates a corner table. After a couple of hours getting the lighting and camera angles …
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