October 28, 2015 by william
Amazing Lens Amazing
This lens is amazing if you are interested in wide angle shooting this is the one to buy, it compliments the other Pro lens I own 12-40mm and 40-150mm f2.8 for my E-M1 along with the 60mm macro and the telephoto 75-300mm. I find the 7-14mm works great in and out doors, even in low light. The E-M1 matched with these lens makes this camera a pleasure to use and carry with you where ever you go. Go to your photography store and try this lens out you will be impressed, it is well worth it like the other pro lens.
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August 12, 2015 by Roger
Fine Addition to the PRO Line of Lenses
I already owned the 12-40mm and 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO lenses when I bought this lens on July 26th. I found this lens to be an on par addition to those two lenses. I have had the opportunity to use this lens with both my E-M1 and my E-M10, and the images produced are very fine indeed. The lens performs admirably at varying apertures (I gravitate to f/2.8 to f/7.1). The colors produced are vibrant, and the images do not lack in sharpness. I also own the Zuiko 7-14mm f/4 lens, and this lens has proven thus far to handle flaring better than that lens does, though I use that lens on a different Olympus body. I will get around to testing that one on one of my OMD camera bodies. Some are concerned about the weight of the lens. The lens has quite a set of glass under the barrel, so yes, the weight is more than that of the 12-40mm PRO, but quite a bit less than the 7-14mm f/4 lens I have owned for several years. It fits nicely on both the E-M1 and E-M10 (I have the Olympus grips on both cameras). Even at my age I have no trouble walking, or hiking about with the lens and camera in tow. If a wide angle experience is something you seek, I can highly recommend this lens, the images will not disappoint, provided the photographer is on his or her game. This lens is a welcome addition to the m.Zuiko line up.
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