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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO Lens for Micro Four Thirds Cameras
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- 7-14mm (14-28mm 35mm equivalent) lens with Splash and dustproof construction
- closest focusing distance at just under 7.5cm, Maximum image magnification : 0.12x, Focal Length : 7-14 mm
- Manual focus clutch mechanism and L-Fn button for assignable functions
- 3 Super ED lens elements, 1 ED lens element, and 2 ELD elements to diminish aberrations
- 60%of the weight of 35mm full frame lens (with same angle of view and max. aperture)
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Impressive Optical Performance
For a lens as light and compact as the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO lens, there's a lot of very sophisticated technology happening inside. 14 individual lens elements in 11 groups featuring 3 Super ED lenses, 1 ED lens, and 2 EDA lenses work in complete harmony with the bright f2.8 aperture to deliver excellent imaging performance to the very edge of the frame.
Amazingly Portable. Seriously Weatherproof.
At just over 1 pound, you'll hardly notice the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO in lens in your camera bag. Yet it provides the same angle of view and maximum aperture as an equivalent full-frame lens - at approximately 60% of the weight! And thanks to weatherproof sealing in 11 separate locations, it's virtually impervious to dust and ambient moisture.
Lens Function Button
For those who enjoy tinkering with settings to achieve optimum results, the incorporated L-Fn button makes switching things up quick and easy. Simply assign any of 27 different functions to the button which is positioned right on the lens barrel so you can press it without moving your left hand.
Videographers will appreciate the Movie-Still Compatible autofocus mechanism which provides swift, nearly silent autofocus operation. Buring playback, you'll enjoy the full spectrum of sound in the scene you recorded - without the distracting "whirr" of the lens elements moving back and forth as the focus shifts.
Manual Focus Clutch
Located on the focus ring, the Manual Focus Clutch enables yo to switch instantly between auto and manual focus. You can also preset a particular focus positiong (using the easy-to-read distance meter) and, by pulling the ring toward you, return instantly to that positing from AF mode.
Close Focusing Distance
The M.Zuiko 7-14mm PRO combines close-up shooting capability with an ultra-wide field of view for some truly dramatic shots. With the closest focusing distance at just under 7.5cm from the end of the lens, you can move in tight on the subject while still capturing an expansive background. Maximum image magnification is 0.12x (0.24x in 35mm equivalent).
Adapted from multilayer film dposition technology used in Olympus' industry-leading line of precision microscopes, the Zuiko Extra-Low Reflective Optical Coating practically eliminates ghosts and flares caused by in-frame light sources. This feature in invaluable when shooting into the sun or other back-lit situations.
Perfectly Complements other M.ZUIKO PRO Series Lenses
Add the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO lens to the M.Zuiko 12-40mm f2.8 PRO and M.Zuiko 40-150mm f2.8 PRO telephoto lens and enjoy coverage from extreme wide angle through telephoto. And all 3 lenses PLUS an Olympus OM-D body weigh in at a combined 5 pounds!
Serious Hand-Held Performance
Paired with any of the three Olympus OM-D series cameras with 3- and 5-axis image stabilization - the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO lens delivery remarkable low-light images thanks to the synergy between it's very bright f2.8 fixed aperture and the ability to shoot longer exposures afforded by the IS system.
Photo by Olympus Trailblazer Peter Baumgarten with the E-M5 Mark II
|Aperture Control Design||Aperture controlled by camera|
|Compatible Mountings||Micro Four Thirds|
|Focus Type||Stepper motor|
|Item Dimensions||3.11 x 3.11 x 4.17 inches|
|Item Weight||1.18 pounds|
|Lens Type||Zoom lens|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description|
|Maximum Aperture Range||F2.8|
|Maximum Focal Length||14 mm|
|Maximum Format Size||FourThirds|
|Minimum Focal Length||7 mm|
|Number of Diaphragm Blades||7|
|Number of Elements||14|
|Number of Groups||11|
|Shipping Weight||2 pounds|
|Style Name||7-14mm f2.8|
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|Compatible Camera Mount||Micro Four Thirds||Micro Four Thirds||Micro Four Thirds||Olympus/Panasonic Micro 4/3||Micro Four Thirds||Olympus/Panasonic Micro 4/3|
|Focus Type||Stepper motor||Stepper motor||Micromotor||manual_only||Stepper motor||manual-focus|
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|Item Weight||1.18 lbs||0.84 lb||5.47 ounces||4.64 ounces||1.94 lbs||0.6 lb|
|Lens Type||Zoom lens||Zoom lens||Zoom lens||Wide-angle||Zoom lens||Wide-angle|
|Maximum Focal Length||14 millimeters||40 millimeters||18 millimeters||12||150 millimeters||12 millimeters|
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|Photo Filter Thread Size||—||62 millimeters||52 millimeters||46 millimeters||72 millimeters||67 millimeters|
Ultra wide angle Olympus PRO series lens with f2.8 maximum aperture through the entire zoom range.
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1 - First and foremost, IQ is great. I was a little bit worried about getting a zoom over a fixed UWA lens, but since this is the top of Olympus' lens lineup in that range I was hoping the quality would be great, and it delivered in spades.
2 - Nice and small. It's still a pretty good size for a m4/3 lens, but compared to DSLR lenses it's tiny. The other day I walked about 4 miles with an E-M1/40-150/2.8 on one shoulder, and I carried this lens on my hip attached to an E-P5. The wide lens and compact camera were barely even noticeable.
3 - Manual focus clutch is super convenient. Since m4/3 lenses don't normally come with an AF/MF switch, switching to MF through the menu system is usually a pain that involves taking your eye away from the viewfinder. With the clutch right there on the focus ring, it's easy to do without looking.
4 - Weather sealing when paired with the E-M1 or E-M5 II. I've never needed this so far, but it's nice to know it's there.
1 - If you're not used to wide lenses (as I wasn't), this may come as a surprise, but you can't fit a regular lens cap or filter on this. It comes with a big saucer-looking lens cap that snaps over top of the entire hood/front lens element combo, and because the front element is curved there's nowhere to fit a filter.
2 - I'm not sure if this is just my lens, but the manual focus clutch action seems a little bit flimsy, mechanically speaking. Every now and then I'll go to slide it back, but only one side of the ring will snap back and I'll have to cajole the other side over. It's a very minor issue, but occasionally annoying.
On the whole, I'm very glad to have this in my bag.
A few weeks ago I switched from the Sony Alpha A-Mount system (Sony Alpha 57 / 77) to the Olympus OM-D E-M10 due to less size and lighter weight. Before reading my review I want to mention that I’m a hobby photographer with a passion for architecture, city and night scapes. Therefore I was looking for an ultra-wide-angle lens which is a must have for my photography needs. As I’m a hobby photographer don’t expect any technical or laboratory tests under artificial conditions. I want to share my experiences of the Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14mm F2.8 PRO lens that I got last week and had some time on it while exploring New York with the Olympus OM-D E-M10. This is not an extensive pixel peeping exercise, but more of my experience in using the lens and my thoughts.
I suspect that anyone who is interested in buying this lens has read most of the reviews from places like DPReview. In terms of build quality, the Olympus is up there with the very best and it’s a joy to use. I was looking for a lens which I can use for interior / architecture photography, produces great starbursts for my night cityscapes and will allow me to capture the milky way. Based on my requirements the Olympus 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO is a great lens for those Micro Four Thirds users who want a wide-angle lens that delivers fantastic results. Panasonic owners will probably want to consider the G VARIO 7-14mm F4.0 ASPH lens (not usable for milky ways), and the much cheaper and smaller M.ZUIKO Digital ED 9-18mm f/4-5.6 (bad starburst for night photography) is also worth a look. I can imagine that there are other amateur photographers who will prefer these good and less expensive lenses. But as stated above, for all others who enjoy shooting with a wide angle lens and especially for architecture photographor this lens is well worth its price.