Olympus m4/3 Lenses

The Olympus (and Panasonic) cameras use m4/3 mount lenses. m4/3 mount lenses have a 2x angle of view crop compared to 35mm and FX lenses. m4/3 mount lenses can only be used on Olympus or Panasonic m4/3 cameras; they cannot be used on Olympus or Panasonic 4/3 cameras (i.e. micro 4/3, not 4/3). 

Lens Roadmap:

Besides the current lenses, Olympus is working on (as of last update February 2014):

  • 7-14mm f/2.8 Pro lens
  • 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro lens (late 2014)
  • 300mm f/4 Pro lens

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Olympus M.Zuiko 9mm f/8

  • m4/3 lens format 
  • 5 elements in 4 groups, 2 aspherical
  • 140° diagonal angle of view
  • fixed f/8 aperture with rounded opening
  • no image stabilization
  • 8" (0.2m) minimum focus, manual focus lever, internal focus
  • no filter ring, no hood included
  • 2.2" x 5" (? x ?mm) long and diameter
  • 1 ounce (?g)
  • available in black
  • US$100 suggested retail price
  • Announced January 29, 2014, available March 2014

Note: This is a unique accessory. It's really a body cap that can function as a simple fisheye lens. Cool.

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