December 5, 2016 by Henry G
Love this lens!
One of the sharpest lenses I have ever shot with. The images are clean and absolutely phenomenal. Love the great features ie, f 2.8 constant aperture, manual focus clutch, and its overall performance. A must need for you m4/3 system. A real winner!
October 31, 2016 by Celerity Photography
Wide as the Grand Canyon and sharp as a tack.
I have only owned this lens for a month, but it's fantastic! I shoot a lot of real estate, where a wide angle is a must and started out with a 9-18mm f4. I needed a bit more frame out of my shots, so I picked up a 7-14mm and I'm glad I did. It's sharp and the distortion is minimal when you frame your scene correctly. The added speed is great too, can't go wrong with f2.8.
September 12, 2016 by Jeffrey
Awesome lens
Awesome lens. Starting out in real estate photography and it captures a lot within the frame.
May 8, 2016 by StormanNorman
Going Wide Angle - Another Great Pro Lens
Been my favorite wide angle lens. Works great if you shoot also with Panasonic GX8. This lens has been used with the OM-D E-M10. The Olympus Pro line lenses have not let me down yet including this lens. Images are sharp and bright.
April 1, 2016 by John
Just Worth It -- And Then Some
So I also own the full compliment of M.Zuiko f2.8 PRO zooms, the 12-40mm and 40-150mm, as well as the 60mm Macro, 75-300mm II and the 9mm fisheye lenscap. And a strange thing has happened -- although I've schlepped the trio of PRO zooms with me to my last several trips and assignments, the one lens I've kept on my EM-1 most has been the 7-14mm f2.8 PRO. I'm constantly amazed at how well it covers indoor, outdoor, moving and static shots, especially in reportage, sightseeing and event situations, with or without flash (which it frames beautifully, BTW). I wasn't expecting it, but outside of specific object shots (like food, products, tools or insects) this has become my most practical lens. A couple of caveats: this is NOT a "fisheye'" but rather a rectilinear super wide-angle, so the distortion is not curved but rather comes from extremes in high or low angles or close proximity. This is a feature, not a bug, trust me, and characteristic of lenses like this. Also typical is the tendency to find any lens flare it can and leave you wanting a filter occasionally. But you easily learn to work within (or with) those quirks/constraints. That being said, this is just a great freaking lens.
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