OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14MM F2.8 PRO LENS TREIBER
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14MM F2.8 PRO LENS DRIVER
As with vignetting, some distortion was not unexpected, especially at the wider focal lengths, and indeed there's some barrel distortion the wider you get on the lens. Focusing Operation Like other Olympus M. Zuiko Pro lenses, the Olympus mm is very fast to autofocus, taking well under a second to slew from minimum to infinity focus. The MSC system does away with a geared system for mechanically moving the lens elements when focusing, which can cause unwanted noise.
Instead, it uses a linear motor drive system for fast, quiet actuation. Manual focusing is also available on this lens, both as full manual focus as well as full-time manual focus override while AF is enabled. For full-time manual focusing, pulling back on the focus ring clutch engages manual focus and displays focus markings. Macro The Olympus mm is certainly not designed for traditional macro photography, but with a close-focusing distance just shy of 8 inches, it's very good for dramatic close-up shots. Zuiko Pro is built accordingly, with an all-metal construction that's splash-proof, dust-proof and freeze-proof. The front element is weather-sealed, as is the lens mount with a rubbery gasket to form a tight seal against the camera.
In total there are 11 different weather seals throughout the lens. In terms of size and weight, the new Olympus mm lens has a sizable heft to it compared to the average Micro Four Thirds lens, though we wouldn't go so far as to call it large or heavy.
It's certainly a rock-solid, well-built lens, though. There's a slight front-heaviness to it, but otherwise it feels great in the hand and balances pretty well on larger Micro Four Thirds cameras like Olympus E-M1.
Olympus mm f/ Pro Digital ED Review
For smaller cameras, like our Panasonic GX1 test camera, it's a bit off-balance, but a two handed hold is comfortable. Like Olympus' other M.
Falloff of illumination towards the corners is also well controlled. Distortion is well corrected in camera, but without corrections applied, Imatest detected 1. The distortion pattern is uniform across the frame throughout the zoom range, which should make applying corrections in image editing software afterwards fairly straightforward. A petal-shaped hood is built onto the front of the lens, which does a reasonable job of shading the lens from extraneous light that may cause issues with loss of contrast or flare. Like zooming, focusing is fully internal and the filter thread does not Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14mm F2.8 PRO Lens on focus.
Olympus M.Zuiko 7-14mm f/2.8 Aspherical AF ED Lens
Flare A wide-angle lens will always be susceptible to flare, and the Olympus M. If you include the sun - or any other strong light source - in the frame, you will likely see a number of ghosts as well as a bit of veiling. Chromatic Aberrations Chromatic aberrations, typically seen as purple or green fringes along contrasty edges, are not too much of a problem with this lens, as shown in the example below. Vignetting and Distortion With the Olympus M. There's also mild barrel distortion apparent at 7mm. Vignetting at 7mm Vignetting at 14mm Macro This is not a macro lens, Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 7-14mm F2.8 PRO Lens its close-up performance is not too bad for a wide-angle optic, offering a minimum focusing distance of 20cm and a maximum magnification of 0. The following example illustrates how close you can get to the subject, in this case a Compact Flash card.
The Olympus Digital ED mm f/ PRO is an ultra-wide zoom lens for MFT cameras. Featuring a 35mm equivalent focal length of mm the lens. The Olympus Digital ED mm f/ Pro lens is a compact, lightweight, and fast ultra wide-angle that offers excellent mobility and superb optical.