Olympus Zuiko 50mm 1.4
Olympus Zuiko 28mm 2.8
Olympus Zuiko 37-70 f4 zoom.
I just picked up 3 Olympus OM lenses, 50mm 1.4, 28mm 2.8 and a 35-70 f4 zoom, all in mint condition, total cost £135 + £13 for an OM to EOS adaptor. The 1.4 is amazing in low light. These lenses are incredibly well made, really solid chunks, but much smaller than most older lenses from Canon, Nikon etc.
The first sequence, working on the shoot, was shot from early to late evening. The light was really low toward the end, I am still getting used to setting the exposure on this lens, 1.4 to 16 with no half stops. The butterflies were shot earlier today, using the 35-70 zoom. The sun was up and so was the wind, as you can see. The 3rd section, down on the shoot, again, was shot using the 28mm 2.8, it was evening, but not as late, or as dark as the 50mm footage. All shot at 1920x1080 25, the clips were converted to Cineform, using Neoscene Ver 5, which performs the10 bit correction for luma range and colour space on Canon DSLR clips. Edited and encoded for Vimeo in Edius. These Olympus lenses are a joy to use, and at the price I paid, virtually impossible to beat for quality.