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PANASONIC LUMIX G VARIO LENS, 35-100MM, F4.0-5.6 ASPH, MIRRORLESS MICRO FOUR THIRDS, MEGA OPTICAL I.S, H-FS35100K (USA BLACK)
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- Premium Compact Design / Easy to Carry Around - Retractable-Type Telephoto Zoom Lens, Sophisticated Metal Design
- High-Speed, High-Precision Focusing - 240 fps Drive Capability to Take Advantage of Cameras with High-Speed AF
- Stable Flaming Even in Telephoto Setting - MEGA O.I.S. (Optical Image Stabilizer)
- NOTE: Compact 70-200 millimeter equivalent zoom of a full frame DSLR lenses
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|Maximum Focal Length||100||150 millimeters||20 millimeters||200||100||100 millimeters|
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LUMIX G VARIO 35-100mm / F4.0-5.6 ASPH. / MEGA O.I.S. Telephoto Zoom Lens
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So, this is the lens I use for portrait and telephoto needs. With extension rings, it also does a decent job as a macro lens.
Photozone.de reviewed this lens and gave it between 3 and 3.5 stars for optical quality, and 4 stars for price/performance. So optically, it's OK, not stellar.
However head-shots at f5.6, (horizontal, not tight-in verticals), clearly show individual eyelashes, fine facial hair, and the tiny arteries in the sclera of the eyes. I have been pleasantly surprised at the amount of detail that this lens delivers.
Given how inexpensive this lens is, and how good it is, it is an incredible bargain.
Update, I liked it so much I bought another (third) just to match all my Multicam interviews. Be aware, if you are shooting Multicam with this lens and don't have another for the other bodies you will notice it big time in post.
With the above info, here are my brief nonscientific observations re: this lens.
2. Size / Weight: It's light and relatively compact; excellent choice for a travel / all in one lens.
3. Image quality: this is the crazy thing, but from my observations (again completely non-scientific), I believe this lens is... sharper (in the corners) compared to the new "pro" Panasonic 12-60mm 2.8-4.0. (shooting RAW, tripod, same subject, same apeture etc...) as well as the Olympus 12-100mm. Now perhaps I received a "bad copy" of the pro lens, but I can definitely say this much cheaper lens is of equal or... better output compared to the more expensive counterparts. Now to confirm that I'm not completely insane; the "pro" lens that are better than this one are the Olympus 12-40mm 2.8 and the older Olympus 12-60mm (four thirds).
4. In summary for those wanting a relatively cheap, light / compact lens with a decent zoom range (please don't go for the super zooms because the quality is really subpar), this is definitely a winner.
5. By the way, this is one of those instances where it might be worthwhile to do your own tests because many of the online reviews have been fairly negative in re: this lens; I don't get it.
I started out with the fastest glass I could, so I went with a set of F 0.95 Voigtlander lenses, which are phenomenal. My first Zoom lens was the M.Zuiko 12-40 F 2.0. However, I should have started with this lens instead, along with the Panasonic 25mm F1.7.
I originally thought that the F 3.5 - 5.6 was going to be too slow and dark so I went with the expensive and fast lenses. Ultimately, I just did not really know what I was doing, and thought I was too smart in the beginning.
This 14-140mm should have been my first Zoom Lens when I started to venture into Micro Four Thirds. My first Prime Lens should have been the 25mm F 1.7. If I am being too redundant, its because I cannot stress enough, how it all should have began...