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PANASONIC LUMIX G LENS, 25MM, F1.7 ASPH., MIRRORLESS MICRO FOUR THIRDS, H-H025K (USA BLACK)
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- A versatile 25mm lens with a natural viewing angle suitable for a wide variety of occasions (35mm camera equivalent: 50 mm)
- Beautiful background bokeh effect from its large diameter F1.7 aperture
- Super lightweight and compact at only 125g / 2.05in length, lens construction 8 elements in 7 groups (2 aspherical lenses, 1 UHR lens)
- Hybrid photography enabled for both photo and HD video recording with quiet and smooth fast action stepping motor focusing
- Takes advantage of LUMIX mirrorless camera high-speed, high-precision Contrast AF system
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LUMIX G Lens, 25mm, F1.7 ASPH., Micro Four Thirds
-Versatile, fast standard 25mm lens (35mm camera equivalent: 50 mm) with a beautiful bokeh background defocus effect for exceptionally creative imaging.
Perfect for low-light, high-quality photography with a bright, maximum F1.7 aperture (minimum aperture F22).
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The H-H025 LUMIX G 25mm interchangeable lens fits LUMIX G DSLM (Digital Single Lens Mirrorless) cameras based on the Micro Four Thirds system standard. Achieving F1.7 high-speed aperture, the LUMIX G 25mm / F1.7 ASPH. keeps its size compact and weight light. The large aperture allows a beautiful soft focus for photo and video to be even more impressive and encourages users to capture the subject without using a flash even in dimly-lit conditions.
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- This is an initial review after using the lens for about 3 hours. The camera body used was Olympus OM-D E-M10.
- I do not have a copy of 25mm f/1.4 lens to compare this one against
- I will keep my written review on optical to minimal as it can be very subjective and I am not the most qualified individual to do so by any means
- Instead I will focus on highlighting product design, constructions, and features
- For those of you who wants to see some actual photos taken with the lens, I have uploaded full resolution shots to the link below
=== Pros ===
- Excellent price point : ~$150 brand new
- Light weight : measured 152 grams with both the hood and the lens cap on
- Silky wide focus ring : the focus ring is very wide and well dampened with no wiggling. It makes no noise when turning. In my opinion better than Olympus 45mm f/1.8
- Lens hood included : the hood can be mounted backwards when not in use. It is made of solid plastic with inner coatings and threads.
- Good flare control : no noticeable flaring even without the lens hood on although I have only tested indoors
- Good edge-to-edge sharpness : this lens in my view is sharp across the frame even at wide open
=== Cons ===
- Long minimum focus distance : measured to be approximately 16cm
- Some chromatic aberration seen at lower f stops : stepping down approximately 3 stops makes it reasonably controlled. This may be a non-issue with Panasonic bodies.
- AF overshoots sometimes : this is nothing major but I find the lens to be overshooting a little bit during AF when paired with my OM-D E-M10. This may be a non-issue with Panasonic bodies.
=== Summary ===
This 25mm f/1.8 lens is very well designed and put together - striking a good balance between solid construction and light weight portability. Even though minimum focus distance is a bit disappointing, it's bright aperture of f/1.7 can deliver good subject isolation. This lens is a solid buy at the current price point of ~$150.
Personally, this would make an excellent companion lens to heavier and much bulkier zooms such as Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 or Olympus 12-40mm f/2.8. I have sold Panasonic 14mm f/2.5 and Olympus 17mm f/2.8 when I got my 12-40mm f/2.8. However, this one will have keep its own spot in my bag as a cheap but solid "nifty fifty" along with Olympus 45mm f/1.8.
I can also see this lens performing well for videography in manual focus - primarily due to it's wide and silky focus ring.
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.
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.
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