Zuiko Lens 11-22mm f2.8-3.5

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Zuiko Lens 11-22mm f2.8-3.5

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Zuiko Lens 11-22mm f2.8-3.5
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Item #261007-410

The F2.8-3.5 brightness of this wide zoom lens is really attractive. This high-performance lens covers the zoom range of 22-44mm on a 35mm camera, and the closest focusing distance is 28cm in the entire zoom area. It can create a desirable tension in your photographs by exaggerated perspective effect.

Two glass aspherical lens elements give the high image quality with high-resolution and good contrast.

Zuiko Lens 11-22mm f2.8-3.5

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The F2.8-3.5 brightness of this wide zoom lens is really attractive. This high-performance lens covers the zoom range of 22-44mm on a 35mm camera, and the closest focusing distance is 28cm in the entire zoom area. It can create a desirable tension in your photographs by exaggerated perspective effect.

Two glass aspherical lens elements give the high image quality with high-resolution and good contrast.

Directly compatible with E-System cameras. Compatible with Micro Four Thirds digital cameras (PEN\OM-D) through use of the MMF-2 or MMF-3 (Four Thirds Lens Adapter to Micro Four Thirds Lens Adapter). The MMF-3 is dust and splash proof for use with that type of lens on a dust and splash proof body. Note, AF performance may diminish as compared to being on an E-System body.

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November 20, 2015 by Cecelia
Can't go wrong
Love this lens, everything about it. I wanted a super wide angle lens for my landscape and macro photography and this covers it all. Crisp, clear and the colors are perfect photos every time. I was going back and forth with the 14-54mm lens and with much research decided to buy the 11-22mm. Not sorry for one choice in the least. Distortion is very minimal if even noticed at all. Highly recommend this lens, it is so worth the money.
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June 15, 2015 by Christopher
Undeniably Still My Favorite Lens, Period!
I will simply echo Craig's review. I've owned 4 Olympic bodies since '09. Along with that I've also owned the 14-54 mm first generation and extensively played with the most beautiful 12-60 mm legend!! Oh and I was married to the 50mm. However, the 11-22 still remains in my current 2 lens kit (Along with my 75 mm 1.8!). I don't care about the size on my Omd-em5 doesn't bother me at all. The 11-22 mm is still ridiculously sharp, with this amazing "Cinematic" color rendering with minimum barreling and reasonable focus speed (1.5-2 seconds on the em5 in decent light, a bit faster on sunny days). Types of shooting, I do. Interiors. Architecture. Environmental Portraits. Photojournalistic inspired snapshots. Obviously, landscape rural and urban. Second/creative shooter at weddings. Trust me, this lens should not be limited in its capabilities. What a workhorse that was severely overlooked in its hay day. Of course no one is running out buying this with what the Pro Series m43 has. Or simply by it's size. I just had to sing praise to this lens that has been with me for 5 years strong! It's been dropped, wet, dirty and still stays true. It is my walk around. And it is good! I swear. With the technological advances in the Olympus m43 lens department (been reading the praises of the m43 Pro Series even rented the 12-40 mm for a couple of weeks) if a Pro Series 11-22 ever came to fruition? Here's my cash!! But surely that's not going to happen due to overlapping. So I'd buy another one just to have as a collector and another to replace my first love if ever its demise. Yeah it's that good! Even on a m43 body!
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June 3, 2015 by Craig
Ideal Lens for Landscape Photography
Yeah, the 43 system is defunct but the 11-22mm was and remains one of the stars of the system. This lens covers a small range but it does so with very little distortion. It is faster than the 7-14 and much less prone to lens flare. It is reasonably sized and takes a standard 72mm filter. It is weather and dust sealed for those trips into the great out-of-doors. This is nice lens for the landscape photographer.
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