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Vivitar 80-200mm F4 MACRO FOCUSING ZOOM MC #77357805 adapter to m4/3

Adapter for olympus e-p3 M4/3 CAMERA

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Try B&H Photo online to get adapters.

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SOURCE: Hi..... Years ago I purchased

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SOURCE: vivitar 75-300mm lens

The Vivitar brand has been bought and sold quite a few times in the past 10 years.

KEH Camera has quite a few used Vivitar lenses listed on their website. They are priced very low, from just $4 to $49, so it's highly unlikely that the lens is worth repairing.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

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it depends what mount your vivitar lenses have - you can easily search ebay for mount adaptors that will allow you to use most older lenses on the 4/3 body, but you will only be able to use manual focus and need to work in aperature priority or fully manual mode. A generic adaptor for a OM, Nikon, Pentax or Contax mount should cost around $20. you should read up on them as there are some differences with how they are made and function, but basically are just mechanical coupling devices that fit the lense to the camera. remember, you lose all automatic features

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I can't get the macro adapter to work ?

Put the macro adapter on the camera and move the camera in and out from an object to try to focus the object in the display. Remember, macro is very small, very close and very small field-of-focus. I hope this helps.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: using vivitar 70-300 lens

Yes and yes. Bear in mind that not all features may work. You probably won't get autofocus or metering with the Nikon D90, for example.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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