An extremely portable 3X Electronic Zoom lens that will complement the compact design of any PEN or OM-D body. Less than 1 inch thick and packed with the latest in lens technology, this lens features an MSC focusing mechanism for near silent focusing, a circular aperture unit and no less than 8 lens elements in 7 groups including on ED and one HR lens element. The Electronic Retraction feature automatically extends and retracts the lens when the camera is powered on/off. And the two-step variable Electronic Zoom mechanism delivers smooth consistent zooming control especially desirable when shooting HD movies. An Automatic opening protective lens cap is optionally available.
Item # V314070BU000
Mount Standard Micro Four Thirds System Standard Focal Length [35mm Equivalent Focal Length] 14-42mm [24-48mm] Lens Construction 8elements in 7 Groups, 3 Aspherical lenses, 1 ED lens, 1 S-HR lens Dust, Splash Proof, Freezeproof No Angle of View 29-75 Degree AF System High-speed Imager AF (MSC) Zoom Mechanism Electric Zoom Closest Focusing Distance 7.87" at 14mm, 9.8" at 42mm Maximum Image Magnification 0.23x [35mm Equivalent Max. Image Magnification] [0.46x] Minimum Field Size 57.9x76.9mm Number of Blades 5 (Circular Aperture Diaphragm) Maximum Aperture F3.5(F14mm) - F5.6(F42mm) Minimum Aperture F22 Filter Size Diameter 37mm Dimensions Diameter 2.4" x .9" Weight 3.2 oz. Box Contents Lens Cap(LC-37B), Lens Rear Cap(LR-2)
Instruction Manual, Olympus Worldwide Warranty Card
*Specifications and design are subject to change without notice. Related Accessories (Option) Protection Filter (PRF-D37 PRO) Lens Cap (LC-37C) Macro Converter (MCON P-02) Lens Case (LSC-0710)
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Customer Reviews of the M.Zuiko ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ
July 19, 2014
This lens is a beautiful picture taking lens. I also have the M.Zuiko 17mm 2.8 lens. They are both great. I have taken pictures of the squirrels and a chipmunk that I throw out nuts to and they all crop beautifully to use as desktop photos.
June 24, 2014
Convenient little zoom lens
I bought this as a replacement for the M.Zuiko 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 IIR lens, which came included with my E-PL6. With the EZ on the E-PL6, the camera is almost as small as a typical point-and-shoot camera. Combined with the auto-opening cap (which you have to buy separately) it makes the camera quite convenient to carry around like a typical point-and-shoot.
The optics on the EZ are a little crisper than the IIR. The EZ is also able to focus on objects a little closer to the camera. The only downside of the EZ compared to the IIR that I can see is the zoom lens on the EZ are driven by an electric motor or servo, while on the IIR they are manual.
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