A while ago I puchased a secondhand Panagor 90 mm f/2.8, as I wanted a true 1:1 macro lens with a bit longer reach than my Vivitar 55/2.8 Komine. As it was voor OM and I didn't have an adapter for it yet (and the one I ordered had to come from China, apparently), it lay waiting on the shelf for quite some time before I got around to do some test with it. Now, however, I have.. I took it out on a few sunrise shoots, and below are a few of the results that I like. I used focus stacking in both cases, as I was surprised at how small depth of field was at 1:1 even at smaller apertures (mind you, this was the first time I really used a true macro lens, the closest I ever used before was the 60mm). A few notes to myself: get an even better tripod, and maybe try to invest in a macro rail slider if I am planning to do this more often. Hope you like my first attempt, maybe more in future ;-) Fujifilm XT2 and Panagor 90 mm f/2.8, focus stack of 6 images at f/8. Fujifilm XT2 and Panagor 90 mm f/2.8, focus stack of 8 images at f/8.