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December 15, 2008


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Do you have before and after shots?


The problem is the same, only different, with m4/3.

With m4/3 there is not true mirror box and there is very little body chamber to present a surface for reflection. There is, though, a large deep adapter in most cases. Reflections of of the inside of the adapter can be a major issue. Some adapter manufacturers put decent baffles at the rear of their adapters and paint the inner surfaced with a matte black, but many don't. Adding a baffle similar to the one you show for a standard 4/3 adapter can go a long way toward fixing the problem.

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