William Clarke uses OLYMPUS professional DSLRS, lenses and accessories
Olympus professional AF Zuiko Digital lenses have been engineered for the 4/3 format and
provide 35mm equivalents equal to twice their physical length. For example; A 50mm
lens has the 35mm film equivalent of 100mm.
The professional lens formulations include aspherical construction,
low-dispersion elements and feature rugged weatherproof construction and durable seals.
And each lens features upgradeable firmware to ensure stellar performance out of
the box and into the future.
Shooting a wedding or capturing a corporate assignment? Try the Olympus ED 14 -
54 F2.8 - 3.5. This professional grade lens features quick and smooth focusing with even tones and
sharp, clean images across the frame and throughout its (35mm) 28 - 108mm range. A
must-have for documentary work, this is truly an exceptional multi-use lens.
Have to capture a sports moment? Try the Olympus ED 50 - 200 F2.8-3.5. This lens
is an absolute top performer and features solid, weather-resistant construction
in a zoom range of (35mm) 100 - 400mm! Check out some of my
portfolio shots to
get an idea of what this lens can do! Outstanding!
Want to experiment with a medium lens and extreme close-up photography? The ED
50mm F2 might just be the lens. Splash proof and compact, it's fast aperture and
(35mm) 100mm reach let you make eye-catching photos in just about any lighting
EZ 14 - 45mm F3.5 - F5.6
*Standard with camera rental
ED 50 - 200mm F2.8 - F3.5
$105/weekend (Pick up after 4p.m. Friday and return by 10a.m. Monday)
$210/week (10a.m. Monday to 4p.m. Friday)
ED 14 - 54mm F2.8 - F3.5
$65/weekend (Pick up after 4p.m. Friday and return by 10a.m. Monday)
$120/week (10a.m. Monday to 4p.m. Friday)
ED 50mm F2 MACRO
$95/weekend (Pick up after 4p.m. Friday and return by 10a.m. Monday)
$160/week (10a.m. Monday to 4p.m. Friday)
Sigma 105mm F2.8 $60/day
Sigma 150mm F2.8 $75/day
35 - 100mm F2 $150/day
As a working photographer, I like the tight feel, sure focus, smooth contrast
and sharp control provided from manual lenses. No electronics to fail, no motor
noise, no hunting for a focus lock, so there's nothing between you and the photo - except glass.
Here is my
ever-expanding collection of outstanding manual focus glass in M42 screw mount, Tamron Adaptall
and OM bayonet mounts.
Want to try a REAL 8mm fish-eye on your DSLR? Try the Peleng 8mm lens. This one
features filters that go over the rear element and provides a 180-degree field
of view (watch your toes!) to capture those EXTREME wide-angles.
How about the classic
sharpness of the rare Tamron SP 70 - 210mm BBAR MC MACRO lens? This
non-telescoping macro zoom lets you get super close and for just a fraction of
what it would cost to own, you can make your own classic wildlife or sports
Don't forget; using these lenses with an Olympus E300 or other 4/3
camera means the effective focal length is DOUBLE that stated!
(Prices include adapters)
||70 - 210
||35 - 105
Don't see what you're looking for? Just ask!