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). 

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Olympus M.Zuiko 12mm f/2 ED

  • m4/3 lens format 
  • 11 elements in 8 groups; 1 aspherical, 1 ED, 1 Super HR, 1 DSA element
  • 84 degree angle of view
  • apertures from f/2 to f/22, 7-blade rounded diaphragm
  • no image stabilization
  • 9" (0.2m) minimum focus, autofocus, manual focus with DOF scale, internal focus, MSC; 1:12.5 maximum magnification
  • 46mm filter size, optional LH-48 SLV hood (US$90)
  • 2.2" x 1.7" (56 x 53mm) long and diameter
  • ? ounces (130g)
  • available in silver
  • US$800 suggested retail price

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