October 3, 2018 by Manu
best compact lenses
takes great quality pics for its size, perfect for the run in the city or when travelling ! absolute love these lenses
July 20, 2018 by Chelsea
Lack of adapters and converters
I like to take photos for leisure so I don't get too technical on lens quality etc. I like how compact this lens is and I'm happy with the results it gives me. The one major disadvantage to this lens compared to the M.Zuiko ED 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 II is the adaptability of this lens to additional accessory. For example, the WCON-P01 and likely all other lens converters/filters will not fit this lens. It's too bad they couldn't design the threading to this lens to match the mechanical-zoom version of this lens. It limits the fun and creativity you can explore with it.
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July 17, 2018 by Torsten
Surprisingly tiny
Compared with other lenses. this lens is very small in power-off position. It provides a great IQ for the size and the mechanism is working flawlessly.
May 25, 2018 by john
I have been warned to buy only pro lenses, but if you buy it with the kit it is worth it. I mean that a really good quality lense. Good material (not plastic). Also, resolution is good. But I just feel because the glass has a small diameter it is harder t
light, small, not plastic
May 8, 2018 by Ray
Great lens for cold-weather candids
This is a gem of a lens. I live in Alaska and love to go tromping through the snow with my camera--I bought this lens hoping I could just sling my camera with lens attached underneath my parka, and then unzip my coat and pull the camera out as needed. It worked great that way. I was leery of how the lens would operate in cold weather, but had no problems. Zoom and focus were fine down to zero degrees F. Haven't tested it below that yet. Once the zoom speed is adjusted in software the lens is downright zippy, and for my needs I have no complaints about the image resolution. No complaints.
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