In this video I show step by step instructions on how I created a tripod mount for making life easier when using large legacy lenses (such as Tamron Adaptall 2 SP60-300mm which weighs 1kg) on small fragile camera bodies like the NX3000 and other mirror-less cameras like my Pansonic G80 – Micro Four Thirds (MFT M4/3).
A simple solution to a problem you didn’t even know you had. Lens caps can easily collide with your front lens element when fitting them, here is an idea to help prevent that.
Took the Panasonic G81 (G80-G85) along with the Olympus 45mm f1.8 lens to the streets of Caen, France for some Street Photography. This is a custom slide show in 4K with some great music.
This camera and lens can be purchased from Amazon:
Camera Panasonic G80 (UK): https://amzn.to/2H0jrHT
Lens Olympus 45mm (UK): https://amzn.to/2SC9JN7
Camera Panasonic G85 (USA): https://amzn.to/2C6eS8Z
Lens Olympus 45mm (USA): https://amzn.to/2LVMjzL
A random (chronological-ish) selection of some of my favourite clips (over 200) all captured with the Samsung NX1 over the past two years in 4K. Filmed in “Manual” & ” Aperture Priority” exposure modes using an assortment of legacy Tamron Adaptall II lenses requiring manual focus.