This is the second marriage of my OMD EM10 with an orphan lens forgotten in a box. I hope it works. This is a 38mm F2.8 multicoated mystery lens from the 80s which gets cropped by the EM10 sensor to something like a 90mm. The aperture can only be changed by removing the lens and using a pin to push a lever inside the diaphragm mechanism. Bummer! It got broken somehow. So I keep it at F8 for better or for worse, which means that when focusing to 4 meters the whole world comes into focus from 1,8 meters to infinity. Definitely faster than the autofocus system of the Olympus. I made this bronze mummy case for this lens with the help of a friend who is a genius in metalworks. It feels indestructible. Any guesses?