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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/2.8 Lens Features

  • Ultra small pancake lens
  • Compact design and lightweight
  • Especially designed for Micro Four Thirds bodies
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/2.8 Lens

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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/2.8 Lens Specifications

Additional Features
Other Specifications Focal Length: 17 mm (35 mm Equivalent Focal-length 34 mm), Dimension: Diameter 57 x 22 mm, Minimum Field Size: 118.2 x 158.3 mm, 35 mm Equivalent Maximum Image Magnification 0.22x
Compatibility Features
Lens Mount Micro Four Thirds
Suitable For Art
Dimensions
Weight 71 g
General
Brand Olympus
Filter Attachment Size 37 mm
Lens Type Wide-angle
Minimum Aperture F/22
Model M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/2.8
Prime/Zoom Prime
Type Wide-angle
Lens Features
Angle of View 65°
Lens Construction (Elements/Groups) 6 Elements in 4 Groups
Performance Features
Aperture with Max Focal Length f/2.8
Aperture with Min Focal Length f/22
Maximum Focal Length 17 mm
Maximum Magnification (x) 0.11
Minimum Focusing Distance 0.2 m

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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/2.8 Lens Reviews from YouTube

A Look At The Olympus 17mm f2.8 Pancake Lens for Micro Four Thirds Cameras.
Olympus 17mm F/2.8 Micro 4/3 Review (BMPCC)
Olympus 17mm f/1.8 Review
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm F2.8 Pancake Lens Photo Review
Lots of reasons why Olympus discontinued this lens.
Very informative review, was going to buy one as a walkabout lens! Its very apparent that its a poor performer indeed, ONE TO AVOID AT ALL COSTS! And folks say there's a huge choice of m4/3 lenses to choose from! Show me another 35mm angle equivalent from Panasonic that doesn't cost £500!
GPS on Harley.. Haha.. Good one
Thanks for the review! Which would you chose between this Olympus 17mm f2.8 or Panasonic 20mm f1.7 for image quality? Which of the two is smaller? Thanks in advance for any answer.
Why would you shoot a landscape at f2.8?
Funny analogy....but true...I have this lens because I got it on ebay for 100 dollars....loud focusing but good images so I am happy.
I had this lens with my E-PL1 but sold it and replaced it with the tiny Lumix 12-32mm, it is sharper and MUCH more versitile.
Hi, this lens works on a Panasonic G7 and with full AF function? Thanks
is it possible that the part of the video you shoot from the ancient windows were located between Bracciano and Cerveteri in Italy - I appreciate to know - and the 307 thumb up is mine . Great review .
A better lens comparing to the given kit lens 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ?
what is whimpy about a GPS on a Harley? which is not to say that I like filters...
I am a film shooter (om2 with 50mm and 200mm lens and sp35 with fixed 42mm)  and I’ve recently acquired a second hand, mint condition lumix gf1 for around 60 dollars with an adapter. I love shooting street photography and live subjects with landscapes from time to time. I have to say I am not a fan of digital but I need a digital for shooting for fun and memories with my gf who hates me “wasting” money on film and to learn and experiment more without spending too much on film. The idea of buying lens that is at least twice as much expensive as that gf1 already hurts but I have to say I want something wider than my om50mm turned into 100mm on crop x2 (I also have a cheap Chinese mft lens c-mount 35mm f1.6 so its 70mm, but still too narrow). I looked around shops and dark corners of the area I live in and discovered following lens: 1.olympus 17mm f2.8 – 114$ 2.sigma 19mm, 30mm, 60mm f2.8 each for 188$ 3.panasonic 25mm f1.7 ASPH -228$ 4.panasonic 20mm for 285$- but I don’t want it in case I was buying a new mft camera, and all of them come with either the kit zoom or this lens which I would choose over the zoom anyway. So there is no point. 5.old but mint om 24mm- for around 160$ 6.old but mint om 28mm- for around 160$ (plus here being I can use either on them on the om2 and on the gf1 giving me 48mm and 56mm focal lengths and I prefer to shoot full manual or aperture priority anyway).  Given the perfect state of the gf1 (previous owner must’ve used it few times only) I am more inclined to think that the battery that came with it will give in sooner that this camera so I estimate it’s life-span for around a year or two. I was really interested in mft but after some research I find that the newer mft cameras don’t go below ISO 200 which is a real downer. It makes me want wait for an mft camera that has ISO 100 again (gx7 would’ve been perfect if not that ISO) or give up the idea entirely in favor of another portable system like sony or fuji (but they have base ISO 200 too). Funny that this old gf1 can shoot at ISO 100. Nevertheless, I plan on buying one extra lens that will serve me for a year or two and can’t decide. I am used to 50mm and 42mm but wider sigma 19mm and Olympus 17mm sound good too. Of course there is also sigma 30mm but it still gives me 60mm which makes it quite narrow. Btw, I love your videos.
Is it great for video?
bought a copy of this lens for just about 100 dollars US. at that price its a steal and sharp enough for my purposes. people nowadays seems to be concerned more about sharpness and megapixels and 100% crops but I bet they don't even print bigger than a 5R, if they ever print at all. most just post to social media where even a smartphone picture looks good :)
Great objective and balanced review. Thank you.
Thanks for the review. You're my favorite reviewer on camera lenses on Youtube.
Hi David, I'm looking for an affordable lens for street photography and pet photography when I take my dogs out for play. I'm struggling between 25mm f1.8 and 17mm f2.8. Will greatly appreciate if you could give me some advice.
Excellent review. Thank you very much. Purchased one today.
Very helpful! We hope you don't mind, but we would like to add your video to our site to help people select the right products for themselves based on reviews such as this one at: http://www.videoguiders.com/olympus-m-zuiko-17mm-f-2-8-lens-international-version-no-warranty.html ..
I love pancakes. The 40mm f/2.8 Limited I have for my K5 is my go-to lens for travelling light, and turns this DSLR into an overgrown compact that can be shot one-handed and allows hands-free tabletop shots with a compact mini tripod and timer or cable release. 2.8 is a reasonable speed, at least when compared to kit lenses that start at f4 or so, and seems to be the best you can get from a lens while still keeping it both ultra-compact and easily affordable. "Only wimps put filters on their street lenses." I must beg to differ. To this day, I have a filter to thank for survival of my 18-250 zoom. Call me a wimp if you like, but the brave sacrifice of the filter (it was in little bits, even inside a camera bag and with a cap on!!) saved me several hundred dollars in lens replacement costs. Granted, the small element of that 17mm f2.8 makes it a much harder target, so maybe it's a risk worth taking for you; but as I am not a professional photographer, and don't have clients' fees to help pay for my lenses, I would rather not take that chance.
i have and i like this lens
Is is my standard lens on my GX80 for walkabout. But its definitely better for stills than video. The f1.8 is a better video option, but bigger and more expensive.
As a photographer, I am rather interested in getting this kind of lens for my Olympus cameras. While there is the 1.8, here it's worth almost $700 New Zealand dollars. And if I were to get that lens my G.A.S would get me spending more for the 25mm and 45mm to have the standard trio primes (which would cost me $2000 New Zealand dollars).
A better lens comparing to the given kit lens 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ?
Does it focus continually in video mode? Is it fast enough to focus for anything other than sport?
is the focus ring smooth?
Very helpful! We hope you don't mind, but we would like to add your video to our site to help people select the right products for themselves based on reviews such as this one at: http://www.videoguiders.com/olympus-m-zuiko-17mm-f-2-8-lens.html ..
Thanks for your review, just recently got a bmpcc, I was wondering is it pretty hard to use follow focus on all M4/3 Lenses like this one?
Why do some peoples filming with this look so shitty, what has he done?
Nice reviews, but please start working with your audio levels.
This is a (cheap) lens that I got for my Olympus camera, but don't use very often, preferring longer focal lengths.  It's more useful on the BMPCC, especially since it makes the camera truly pocketable.  The review encourages me to continue working with my Olympus lenses (four thirds and micro four thirds) rather than hurry to acquire lenses with image stabilization systems.  
Thanks!
Thanks for getting back to me. I think I will go for the 14mm! It seems the best for the budget! :) Thanks again.
Hi again, Thanks for your advice Daniel. I will definitely check the c-mount lenses you suggested, for 20 euros they're definitely worth a go. I will also look into the Panasonic lens as well. I saw your review of the Olympus 17mm. Would you recommend that one at all for my purposes? The price seems very reasonable. Thanks again for your time. Really appreciate it.
  Hi Daniel, I need a lens for green screen work for the bmpcc. I don't want to spend more than 180 euros if possible.  My subject has quite fine frizzy hair, and a very clean key is really important, and so i'm assuming quite a sharp lens is needed. I'm not sure what focal length I need either, but I know I can have the camera a maximum of 5 feet from the subject, and would want his upper torso (waist upwards) to fit in the frame. I hope you can advise. Many thanks
Hi Daniel I am on a tight budget and need a lens for green screen work for the bmpcc. I'm pretty much a novice to photography so please bear with me. I don't want to spend more than 150 pounds if possible. A very clean key is really important, and also my subject has quite fine frizzy hair, so i'm assuming quite a sharp lens is needed. I'm not sure what specific specs I need for the lens such as focal length etc, but what I can tell you which might help is that I would want the subject's upper torso (waist upwards to head) to fit in the frame and that I can have the camera up to a maximum of 5 feet from the subject. I may like to do some closer shots occasionally (perhaps have the subjects head fill the frame) but I am happy to physically move the camera closer so zoom isn't necessarily needed although would be nice if in budget. I hope you can advise. Many thanks.
What is the cage you use for the BMPCC?
cool review
I know I'm a bit late but 5:53 - bottom right corner.
Anyone else watching this in 2020?
Naughty sex wee. God the nostalgia...
Hi, thank you for this amazing review. I really love this lens. However, I came across a weird issue with recording in C-AF mode. This is my go-to lens and I often switch between shooting and recording. But when I'm recording in C-AF, the lens is making weird "clapping" sound as it tries to focus. With S-AF or MF, there is no problem. I'm using Olympus ELP-7 body. As I read on many discussion, this is a mechanic issue and it's not cause by users. Can you please check this behaviour and advice, what to do? I reached Olympus service and I'm waiting for the answer, however it looks like I have to pay 120EUR for repair. I'm based in Berlin, Germany. Do you think that newest models have already fixed this issue? Best. Hana VIDEO EXAMPLE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iRbvylEl9sU
Is this compatible with the Osmo Pro x5 standard?
according to amazon , the snapshot mechanism is activated simply by pulling the focusing ring back, with distance and depth of field indicators that allow users to focus without looking at the camera screen.?
what England?
would your recommend this or the M.ZUIKO 25mm 1.8 for my first (all purpose) lens?
i was able to test the 17mm 1.8 for two days and it is an absolutely amazing lens!
good for me..
4:01 "apart from the wobbliness of this ring, it does feel kinda good" so deadpan, cant tell if that was deliberate or not
The 17mm f2.8 isn't bad at all.
where did u get your flash from?
would this fit my olympus ep-L1?
"Chinese restaurant on a boat" is worth a like all by itself!
I have a ptogramm on my PC called "iLok".
Must join evil cult Falun Gong @ 4.29
What viewfinder is that
what type of camera you shoot your video with ?
you guys are like top gear but for cameras

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