Panasonic LUMIX G Lens, 25mm, F1.7 ASPH, Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds, H-H025K (USA Black)

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Panasonic LUMIX G Lens, 25mm, F1.7 ASPH, Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds, H-H025K (USA Black)

Panasonic LUMIX G Lens, 25mm, F1.7 ASPH, Mirrorless Micro Four Thirds, H-H025K (USA Black)

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It will be very interesting to see how the modern equivalent fills the same niche for current MFT cameras. is developed for both professional and leisure macro photography, to be used in the field or indoor set-ups.

The lens is sharp enough, perhaps as good as any kit lenses from Olympus or Panasonic, but not better. Interesting that on forums like this, we have a tendency to argue on the details and ignore the message. Spherical aberration has been controlled throughout the range of focal lengths to eliminate compensation of changes in back focus with aperture.I think the variability was horrible on these, and m4/3 lenses in general were not very impressive, sadly. As far as same amount of light, the sensor sensitivity does not change the amount of light it's getting. While the lens has a fair degree of barrel distortion in its optical design (which is to be expected, as the M43 system prioritizes compact size), distortion is fully corrected for, digitally, in the camera's JPEGs and/or in your Raw converter. For this discussion, at this time, we are talking about how good a lens is for the general photographer, not for just a super talented photographer.

For this type of lens, I'd love to see the reviewer put this on a tripod and take a waist-up self portrait (during covid-19 or in the absence of a model) to see subject separation at people distances. Only occasionally do they show the slightest hint of a hard edge (more noticeable as you stop down), but not enough to cause any concern. I am helping out another friend to set up a budget Micro Four Thirds kit, and I found this Yongnuo 25mm F1. However, the Olympus' lens bests it not just in terms of wide-angle coverage, but also in its macro capabilities. The Fujifilm XF 23mm F2 R WR delivers a 35mm full-frame equivalent field of view and stands out due to its small size and weather-resistant build.

It takes well under a second to fully rack focus, so you can be confident that regardless of focal length, you'll be able to handle unexpected changes in subject distance with ease. The lens is also comprehensively weather-sealed, not just with a gasket at the interface between the lens and body, but also at the individual controls and seams between the lens' component parts. This in itself can be very useful, although stopping the lens down at such close distances may be needed for best results. The lens does exhibit quite severe barrel distortion, especially at the sides and edges of the frame.

While the system has some limitations, they can often be worked around and the format can deliver a worthwhile advantage in terms of portability. It does mean that other reviews that give MTF 50 values can be compared across the web, so we can see in theory how review samples might vary. We tested it with a Panasonic G9 and found the touchscreen makes it painless to move focus smoothly and silently, with just the tap of a finger.Is the extra optical oomph worth the upgrade over the iPhone 15 Pro’s 3x (77mm equivalent) telephoto? It's a lens that goes everywhere and doesn't guilt-trip you if you don't happen to actually use it on that outing.

You can purchase un-coated replacement optics for you lens, which will give your images a more vintage look. Reproduction in whole or part in any form or medium without specific written permission is prohibited. is an epic lens and going through my catalogue of images it was notable that a great deal of my most loved images were from that lens. An inner focus drive system and stepping motor for smooth, silent operation to work with the camera’s high-speed, high-precision Contrast AF system for both photo and video recording. tо thе ѕіlеnt ореrаtіоn асhіеvеd bу thе іnnеr fосuѕ drіvе ѕуѕtеm, thе ѕtер-lеѕѕ ареrturе rіng аnd mісrо-ѕtер drіvе ѕуѕtеm іn thе ареrturе соntrоl ѕесtіоn hеlр thе саmеrа tо ѕmооthlу саtсh uр tо brіghtnеѕѕ сhаngеѕ whеn zооmіng оr раnnіng.Together with the 50mm focal distance (35mm camera equivalent) which is almost the same viewing angle and sense of perspective of human eyes, this lens is ideal for a portrait or scenery as they see. Its light weight is substantially due to plastic barrel construction, but thankfully the mount is metal, which rightly or wrongly always inspires more confidence than plastic versions. I'm sure Mr Bresson could do just as well or maybe take even more interesting photos with a 35mm with the same speed, . The biggest highlight of this lens, and probably the reason why a lot of people would choose this over other budget 25mm primes for Micro Four Thirds - the Autofocus ability of the lens. Anyway, I don't think a lens with unavoidable internal reflection artifacts when the sun is in the frame qualifies for a gold ranking.

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