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Does this work great on the Olympus e-pm2

asked on February 28, 2013

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It works great on my E-P3. It works best in art modes, even for video and time lapse.
Chefnutta answered on February 28, 2013
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Yes. It works on all micro 4/3 cameras. Olympus and Lumix.
M. R. Mcdonald answered on March 2, 2013
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Only draw back on any camera is loss of EXIF. I use ExifChanger on my Mac to add the data back in with a preset One nice feature you don't have to worry, just set f stop to 8 always. (I have about 20 legacy lenses with presets to add EXIF data.)
Carl Berger answered on March 1, 2013
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Yes, this will work fine on that body, but be aware of the limitations of this lens. It's fun for casual use, but it's not always the best or most practical lens choice for many applications.
mr. t answered on February 28, 2013
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hello,
I want to know if it is compatible with a reflex Olympus e410 ?
Thanks

luca answered on March 9, 2013
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I use it as my lens (and cover) of choice. Drop it in you pocket and your ready with excellent photos at a moments notice. It has such a wide DOF that, except for close objects, you don't even use the zone focus lever.
Carl Berger answered on March 1, 2013
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It works fine with my E-PL2. Makes for a nice compact pocketable camera. But it has it's limitations. You must have decent light and it'll do fine. This one and a few more were taken with the lens.
http://wrw.smugmug.com/Landscapes/Snowy-Weekend/27782923_TMxFmJ#!i=2344862487&k=JsRdh3w

William W. answered on March 1, 2013
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depends on your expectation. It is not a technically wonderful lens by any means. But i keep it on my old epl1 in the glove box or my coat pocket and use it when an opp presents itself. Its fun. Cheap. And as long as you don' mind the zone focus gets shots i otherwise would not get due to not having a kit with me. Love… see more depends on your expectation. It is not a technically wonderful lens by any means. But i keep it on my old epl1 in the glove box or my coat pocket and use it when an opp presents itself. Its fun. Cheap. And as long as you don' mind the zone focus gets shots i otherwise would not get due to not having a kit with me. Love it these winter months when work kills all my light see less depends on your expectation. It is not a technically wonderful lens by any means. But i keep it on my old epl1 in the glove box or my coat pocket and use it when an opp presents itself. Its fun. Cheap. And as long as you don' mind the zone focus gets shots i otherwise would not get due to not having a kit with me. Love it these winter months when work kills all my light
Paul J. Carroll answered on February 28, 2013
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Should work fine on an e-pm2. See link below:
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/post/50464209

cmediving answered on March 1, 2013
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Yes, will work with any MFT camera. Great for outdoor only, it is dark lens with huge depth of field. Good for e-pm2 because it emphasizes its small size. George R.
George Z. R. answered on February 28, 2013
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