Further readings for the Panasonic Lumix G 20mm F1.7 ASPH
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If you’re in the market fora new lens to go on the Olympus E-PL7, our best lenses review has all the info you need to know. Analysing results for eighteen prime and eighteen zoom lenses, we look at the results for wide-angle, standard and telephoto focal lengths separately so you can pick out the right lens for you.
The Micro-Four-Thirds 16-Mpix Panasonic DMC-GM5 is a rangefinder-style mirrorless model with an attractive feature set, including a high-resolution EVF and some advanced video functionality — as well as, of course, access to a large range of native-mount lenses from Panasonic and Olympus, in addition to a growing number from third parties. Our lab tests show that the camera sensor performs very well, but that’s only a part of the imaging chain. How well does this camera perform when coupled with some of the best performing lenses in the range? Read on to find out.
We’ve analyzed the image quality of 33 lens models, around 70% of the current range using the native MFT mount, on the new Olympus OM-D EM-10. Read on to find out which of those lenses perform best and which, if any, you should try and avoid when paired with the new camera.
Following the lens recommendations for Lumix DMC-GX7 we’ve now analyzed the image quality of Panasonic’s diminutive GM1 with over 33 lenses to assess the imaging characteristics specifically with the new camera. Read on to find out which of those models you should be using, and which, if any, you should try and avoid.
The Olympus OM-D E-M1 is the new flagship model in the range and features a newly-designed pro-grade body and a modified 16-Mpix sensor incorporating on-chip phase-detection pixels for backwards compatibility with the firm’s 4:3 lenses.
While we’ve not analyze the performance of those earlier lenses on the E-M1, we have assessed the image quality of 33 models (more than 70% of the current range) using the native MFT mount.
Read onto find out which of those lenses perform best when paired with the camera.
Sigma has refreshed its earlier made for mirrorless EX DN models assigning them with the firm’s ‘Art’ moniker. But just how well does this 19mm MFT model perform with its modest $199 sticker price and f2.8 maximum aperture? Click through to find out.
Panasonic has refreshed one its most popular and best loved lenses in its line-up, the diminutive 20mm f1.7 ASPH. Although the new model has a revamped exterior finish, the firm says the optical construction is unchanged. Although we weren’t able to include the original model in our recent lens recommendations for the Olympus PEN E-P5, we thought the introduction of this new model was timely enough for us to test the two lenses side-by-side. Read on to find out if anything has changed.
The depth of high quality primes and zooms for the PEN is, arguably, the most compelling reason to invest in the Micro Four Thirds system over rival mirrorless camera offerings. If you’re already a PEN E-P5 owner or you’re looking for advice or insights in lens performance in advance, this guide will aid you in making the right choice. Read onto find out which lens models in the range perform best optically.
In this review of micro 4/3 wide-angle lenses, we will cover both prime and zoom lenses to give you an good overview of how manufacturers managed to design good-quality lenses in a small form-factor for these focal ranges.