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Battery
Battery Type Lithium Battery
Dimension
Dimensions 130.4 (W) x 93.5 (H) x 63.1 (D) mm
Weight 497 g
Weight without Battery 443 g
Flash
External Flash Yes
Flash bracketing 3 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 / 1.0 EV Step Selectable
Flash Modes Flash Auto, Red-eye, Fill-in, Flash Off, Red-eye Slow Sync (1st Curtain), Slow-sync (1st Curtain), Slow-sync (2nd Curtain), Manual (1/1 (Full) - 1/64)
Maximum Flash Sync 1/320 sec
General
Brand Olympus
Color Black
Model Id OM-D E-M1 with M.Zuiko Digital 12 - 40 mm f2.8 - PRO
Processor newYesPic VII Image Processor
Sales Package USB Cable CB-USB6, Lithium ion battery BLN-1, Computer software CD-ROM, Body cap, Flash case, Flash FL-LM2, Warranty card, Lithium ion charger BCN-1, Instruction manual, Strap
Type Mirrorless
Image
Audio Formats WAV
Face Detection Yes
HDR Support Yes
Image Format RAW (12-bit Loseless Compression), JPEG, RAW + JPEG, MPO (3D Still)
Maximum Recording Time Full HD: 29 mins (Normal) / 22 mins (Fine), HD: 29 mins (Normal) / 29 mins (Fine), HD (AVI Motion JPEG): 7 mins, SD: 14 mins
Other Features Recording Image Size: 4608 x 3456 Pixels (RAW), 4608 x 3456 / 640 x 480 Pixels (JPEG), Recording Movie: MOV (MPEG-4 AVC / H.264), AVI (Motion JPEG), One-push Movie Digital Converter: x 4 Available on Movie Effect Mode, Time Lapse Movie: Available for AVI Motion JPEG, 1280 x 720, 10 fps), Movie Funct...View More Recording Image Size: 4608 x 3456 Pixels (RAW), 4608 x 3456 / 640 x 480 Pixels (JPEG), Rec
Still Image Mode i-Enhance, Vivid, Natural, Muted, Portrait, Monotone, Custom, e-Portrait, Color Creator, Art Filters, Auto, Normal, High Key, Low Key (Except Art Filters)
Video Format DCF, DPOF Compatible / Exif, Print Image Matching III, MPO Compatible
Interface
Accessory Shoe Yes (Hot)
Audio Video Interface NTSC, PAL
Microphone Mono / Stereo
Other Connectivity Features 3.5 mm Stereo Mini Jack Microphone Input
PictBridge Yes
USB Cable Hi-speed USB 2.0
Wi-Fi Connectivity Yes
Wi-Fi Standard Built-in (IEEE 802.11b/g/n)
LCD
AE Lock/Exposure Lock Locked at 1st Release of Shutter Button (Can be Set to Function1 / Rec Button)
Brightness Adjustment 7 Levels Brightness Control, 7 Levels Color Balance
Display Viewing Angle 84° - 30°
Exposure Bracketing 2 / 3 / 5 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 / 1.0 EV Steps Selectable, 7 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 EV Steps Selectable
Exposure Compensation 5 EV in 1/3, 1/2, 1 EV Steps Selectable
Exposure Modes iAuto, P: Program AE, A: Aperture Priority AE, S: Shutter Priority AE, M: Manual Bulb, Time, Scene Select AE, Art Filter, Underwater Wide / Macro, My Set
Image Display Resolution 1,037,000 dots
LCD Display Capacitance Type
LCD Screen Size 3 inch
Manual Exposure Yes
Other Display Features Monitor Type: Tilting Wide Monitor (Touch Control in Electrostatic Capacitance Type), Color Tone Select: Vivid, Natural, Playback Mode: Single-frame, Information Display, Index Display (4 / 9 / 25 / 100 Frames), Calendar, Enlargement (2x - 14x), Movie (with Sound, FF / Rew / Pause), Slide Show (with...View More Monitor Type: Tilting Wide Monitor (Touch Control in Electrostatic Capacitance Type), Colo
Other Viewfinder Features 2-axis Level Guage, Horizontal / Vertical (1-axis Level Guage Available with Half-pressing Shutter Release Button (Finder Style 1, 2), Finder Style: Selectable from 3 Types, Brightness, Color Temperature Control
Supported Aspect Ratio 4:3, 16:9, 3:4, 3:2, 1:1
Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080
View Magnification 1.3x - 1.48x (-1m-1, 50 mm Lens, Infinity)
ViewFinder Yes
Viewfinder Eye Point 21
Viewfinder Type Eye-level Electronic Viewfinder
Viewpoint Dioptric Adjustment -4 to +2 m
Lens
Auto Focus Yes
Focal Length 40 mm (35 mm Equivalent 24 - 80 mm)
Focus Mode Single AF (S-AF), Continuous AF (C-AF), Manual Focus (MF), S-AF and MAF Tracking (C-AF and TR)
Focus Points 81 Area Multiple AF (Contrast Detection AF), 37-area Multiple AF (Phase-difference Detection AF)
Lens Construction 14 Elements in 9 Groups
Lens Type Micro Four Thirds Mount
Manual Focus Yes
Other Focus Features High-speed Imager AF (Contrast Detection / Phase-difference Detection)
other Lens Features Closest Focusing Distance: 0.2 m, Lens Dimensions: 69.9 x 84 mm, Lens Weight: 382 g, Maximum Image Magnification: 0.3x, 35 mm Equivalent Maximum Image Magnification: 0.6x, Minimum Field Size: 58 x 44 mm, 7 Circular Aperture Diaphragm Blades, Minimum Aperture: F22
Media and Software
Memory Card Type SD / SDHC / SDXC
Other Storage Features UHS-I Compatible, Eye-fi Card Compatible
Upgradeable Memory Yes
Wi-Fi Yes
Other Features
Additional Features Sleep Mode: (1 / 3 / 5) mins Off, Image Stabilization System Mode: (S-I.S.Auto, S-I.S.1, S-I.S.2, S-I.S.3), IS for Finder Image, Focal Length Setting, ISO Bracketing: 3 Frames in 0.3 / 0.7 / 1.0 EV Steps Selectable, White Balance Bracketing: 3 Frames in 2, 4, 6 Steps in each A-B / G-M Axis, Art Filt...View More Sleep Mode: (1 / 3 / 5) mins Off, Image Stabilization System Mode: (S-I.S.Auto, S-I.S.1, S
Aperture Range F2.8
Dust Reduction Yes
Face Detection Yes
HDMI Type D Micro HDMI
Humidity 30% - 90% (Operation), 10% - 90% (Storage)
ISO Rating Auto ISO L - 1600 (Default), Upper Limit Customize Available 200 - 25600, Manual ISO L: 200 - 25600, 1/3 or 1 EV Steps Selectable
Metering Digital ESP Metering System (324-area Multi Pattern Metering)
Metering modes Digital ESP, Center Weighted Average, Spot, Spot with Highlight Control, Spot with Shadow Control
Red Eye Reduction Yes
Scene Modes Portrait, e-Portrait, Landscape, Landscape + Portrait, Sport, Night, Night + Portrait, Children, High Key, Low Key, DIS Mode, Macro, Nature Macro, Candle, Sunset, Documents, Panorama, Fireworks, Beach and Snow, Fisheye Conv, Wide Conv, Macro Conv, 3D, 3D Lens (H-FT012 by Panasonic) Only, Still Only
Self Timer Yes
Supported Languages 34
Sync Terminal Yes
Temperature -10° C - 40° C (Operation), -20° C - 60° C (Storage)
White Balancing Auto WB, 7 Preset WBs, 2 Capture WBS, Custom WB
Pixels
Optical Sensor Resolution (in MegaPixel) 16.3 MP
Total Pixel/Gross Pixel 16.8
Sensor
Sensor Format 17.3 x 13 mm
Sensor Size Four Thirds
Sensor Type MOS
Shutter Speed
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec
Minimum Shutter Speed 60 sec sec
Shutter Type Computerized Focal-plane Shutter
Zoom
Focus Auto / Manual

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Olympus 12-40mm F2.8 Pro - The MUST have zoom!
Olympus 12-40mm F2.8 Pro - The MUST have zoom!
BEST standard zoom for Pros - Olympus M.Zuiko 12-40mm f2.8 - Red35 Review
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Review: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II w/ M. Zuiko 12-40mm F/2.8 | It is NOT good
Review: Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II w/ M. Zuiko 12-40mm F/2.8 | It is NOT good
Hands on Review of the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO lens
Hands on Review of the Olympus M.Zuiko 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO lens
I bought one too, my "prime" lens :)
Very helpful. Getting this lens for my G9.
Hi Peter, there is no need to sell me on the Oly 12-40 f2.8. It is a great lens which is sharp and fast. It is the lens which mostly stays on my EM1 MK2. like you, I have the 40-150 f2.8. I have the 7-14 f2.8 as well. This one makes for great wide shots with a nice fast aperture. All the f2.8 lenses are great for low light and preform well. Once I started using my 12-40 f2.8, I sold my 12-100 f4.0 as it sat collecting dust.
Nice minimalist images! I wonder how this lens matches up to the new 12-45mm/f4? (I usually shoot mostly f4-f/8)
I’m curious about the sound that is made in the video when you do the close up; is that the actual sound of the camera/lens combo? If so it’s a bit harsh for me. I use an E-M5 II with a 14-54mm I and the sound they produce is quite agreeable. I only got the lens at the beginning of January as I was looking for an affordable non neck-breaking alternative to the superlative 50-200mm and I have to say this is my favourite lens even though I’ve had it less than 2 months. I can say this because I take photographs every day sometimes numbering approximately equivalent (lol) to 8 rolls of film. As to improving in my IQ? The answer is an affirmative yes as I will quite happily pick up my camera to take the shot never worrying about social etiquette even if I’m in the middle of a conversation. I am not against the 12-40 but for me it’s a bit expensive and worry it’s a bit short though imagine that that may be negated by the sharpness of the subject at 40mm. I’ve just posted an image on Instagram and doubt the 12-40 could improve the IQ.
This is a very late post, have only come to Olympus in the last 2/3 months. Have always been attracted to this lens, even though I have a Fuji XT3 and Fuji glass. Was able to purchase a mint Pen F and one of these great lenses for a very, very reasonable price. I take no persuading to that this is a truly excellent lens. Also, wanted a faster lens for portrait type work and purchased, again, a mint 25/1.8. Very happy, Have purchased the Pen F and this glass for a more compact walk about and small form travel system. Will also be purchasing the non-pro 9-18?
Thanks Peter. I recently purchased this lens are love it. That and the 40-150mm are my two favourites 💕💕
My most used lens is Panasonic 12-35mm 2.8...... I wanted the Oly 12-40 but I got a great deal on the Panasonic so I went with Panasonic..... Now I’m not sure which to buy next, the Olympus 40-150 2.8 or the Panasonic 35-100 2.8...
My initial idea after getting M10 with 12-42 EZ 3,5-5,6 was to have hobby-grade equipment which does not scream "expensive". 12-42 EZ on the small body like M10 actually screamed "compact" therefore "cheap". Even when the lens was capable to do most work i needed for hobby purposes, i realized it has almost no bokeh, and that i use to take photos during the night or in dark environments. I usually take photos on concerts, parties and ocassionally cosplayers, and even when the zoom range was perfect, lack of bokeh needed a fix. I was still getting "hobby" equipment so i ended up with really small M.Zuiko 45mm/F1,8 which looks to me like a spiritual successor to famous portrait lens - Zeiss Pancolar 80mm/f1,8. When i was comparing photos done by those two lenses, i could not tell the difference. I tested 45/f1,8 on a concert and it was best set i ever did. Even when its a perfect portrait lens, its focal lenght is bit too short for open-air festivals so I took 75mm/f1,8 which has similar qualities. Lenses without zoom are great, but you need to move a lot, and in a full club or a festival its not always an option. Also it became clear that these kind of events pose risks of rain, dust ... and even worse - beer :D. The other factor was that you sometimes want to get the attention/agreement of potential subject on a photo. Smaller lenses do not have this psychological effect - you cannot just point on the camera and person will understand you want a photo, or he would not agree. So weather sealing, F2,8, bokeh, size and pro-look were the reasons why i got myself M. Zuiko 12-40 F2,8 PRO. MF clutch, really great manual zoom and L-Fn button were just great bonus to already great lens. Its the best all-round lens i ever had and I can use it for any purpose. Since then it became my main lens, while i carry around 45mm/F1,8 when i want to do portraits. 12-42 EZ then became by backup main lens, M10 later followed the suite as my requirements on weather-sealing and pro-look extended to the camera body when i recently got M5 Mark III.
What about the old Olympus 14-35F2 ? How does it compare with this one? Thanks.
I have other lenses, PL 15mm F/1.7, 45mm 1.8 ,40-150 pro but most used is the 12-40mm pro . I used this lens %90 on a trip recently.
Great video. Well my images have about remained the same with maybe a little improvement. However I think I’ve almost maxed out what my iPhone camera can achieve. So, I have ordered the em1 Mark 2 with the 12-40 and 40-150mm lenses. I really enjoy the computational aspect of photography and the omd with Live Composite, Pro-Capture and other features which will inspire my creative juices! And I’m following along with your journey as well both on YouTube and Instagram. I can’t wait to post my images from my new Olympus system. Thank you for all your videos which inspired and educated me on my next step. Iphotosbypaul, my Instagram account will certainly take a jump up in appearance! 😉
This is my only pro lens at this time. However, I am considering the 12mm or 17mm as prime lenses, primarily because I really prefer using simpler lens builds and do mostly landscapes. What do you think? Thanks, Mark
"122,000" images? Is that not exactly the problem with digital photography. That's approximately equivalent to using 3,389 rolls of 36 exposure film. I'm guessing, maybe unfairly that if your 122,000 images were shot on film, how many more would be 'keepers'?
I just upgraded to the new Mark 5 and I am shopping for a weathproof lens, this lens looks perfect for my needs. (As you may remember the winters in New Hampshire can be messy on gear) ... the lens I have been using mostly is the kit lens and my 25mm prime. In the last year I see my photos improving as my skill set grow. Thank you for your video.
Olympus m.zuiko 17mm f/1.8 is my most used lens due to the compactness and sharpness. It's my precious one :)
This is by far my favorite and most used lens. Currently my only pro lens, but the focal length is so useful for me that it was well worth the price.
Great lens as far as I can ascertain and therefore on my wishlist. Btw: thanks for your helpful review.
for a enthusiast amateur buy with the Em1 as a kit lens great for travel and very useful
My 12-60 FT is my most used lens..... Could you make a comparison video of the 12-60 and 50-200 swd FT lenses VS the new pro lenses?!
Objection! The best zoom must be Panasonic 12-25 f1.7
I think this lens is made in Japan
Great review ! thanks for clearing it n selling it to me
This has to be the best video I have seen on this lens. The commentary being shot on location feels like we are on a journey together. Tons of sample shots. This video gives me the feeling of what it'd be like if I was out and about with it. Thank you !
Who is the intro and outro music?
I use it for my lumix g7
It’s a very happy review thanks.
The size difference compared to that canon f/4 lens makes perfect sense. It's a f/5.6 lens converted to full frame.
Just purchased one. Will give it a go on an upcoming trip to San Francisco. 👍
Just picked up a G9 and this lens. I freaking love it. Since I have this lens is it worth it to get the Panasonic 25 1.7 and the 42.5? I won’t be getting the Leica versions.
This video was so helpful. Thank you. I'm currently in research mode. I'm seriously considering to purchase the OM-D E-M1 Mark II and this particular lens.
I'm currently thinking of buying one. Went directly to your video 😄
Would that lens be too heavy for comfortable use on an OMD EM5 M11? Thanks for the great reviews
I'm planning on getting the OM-D EM5 mii and actually wanted to get the 25mm f1.8 and 17mm f1.8 prime lenses. My Major use of the camera would be for street and stills in the City. Maybe getting the 40mm prime later as well. Since the lenses are so compact, I think it's still Handy to have a couple primes. or would this zoom be an Option?
Hi Jimmy, Which Camera bag are you rocking in this video?
Hi Jimmy, excellent video! I wanted to ask, what software do you use for your image processing, I love the look & color of your photos, how would I go about replicating it? Thanks!
The only bad thing about this lens is the lens cap
As far as I know, Olympus lenses use fly by wire focusing when in manual mode. I found out that when I'm in MF trying to focus (rotate) my 45mm f/1.8, same distance rotation might lead to different focus distance changes. Will I get the same result if the lens has manual clutch on it (which shows focus distance)? Well I hope you understand this, thanks in advance!
nice review but the music bro too loud
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For people that still think this camera is somehow good for its price. Then by all means buy it here: https://amzn.to/2CO21JB
Your sony was hunting for focus during your video. Maybe next time learn how to use a new camera you are unfamiliar with before you post a review on it, I can understand why you have so many down votes for this video, as this was like someone complaining about a soft serve they got from mcdonalds and drove 40 min home before eating it and doing a review saying it was melted, so it was not worth the money you paid for it.
With M43 you need fast glass for low light. The 17mm f1.2 is the go to tool for indoor lowlight photography for me. The advantage I’ve found moving to M43 from full frame, is shooting wide open to get enough light also has a decent depth of field. I always found 35mm f2.0 on my RX1RII too shallow for documentary style photos in low light. Obviously fine for a portrait, but I now love that I can shoot wide open for the light and still get equivalent depth of field of f2.8
Troll or just plain braindead
So much is wrong with this video. First, of course your B-day photos sucked, the room was a mess, you didn't use any lenses that could afford any sort of cinematic look, even your video was crooked and sideways half the footage. Every camera has strengths and weaknesses, you simply don't know how to use the strengths of this camera. and IQ is more about the lens than the camera nowadays. No mention of of the features it offers like 18fps, super rez, or the 237mb/sec video codec, compare that with your Sony. "Testing" out a camera with a single slow lens, and judging based on a shitty birthday party, that's just dumb.
I get very sharp photos from my Panasonic G9, which has the same sensor.
The brutal truth can be hard to digest. IBIS is the only saving grace on Micro 4/3 cameras (for low light conditions). Sony is not perfect either, far from it. I owned a few and sold them.. Anyway, Olympus has bowed out of the camera world. R.I.P Olympus.
You really should not do camera reviews. This was just embarrassing to watch.
Hey Gary, Just my 2 cents, it's not the camera that makes a great image but the person behind it. Hoop dat je geslaagd bent in je zoektocht! (the guy is Dutch so I asked if he succeeded finding a better camera) Best wishes.
The image quality is the same as a smartphone? Wow. That’s a pretty disqualifying comment. Of course I mean you, not the camera.
...' this was the first time I ever used a micro four thirds camera'.... No sh#t Sherlock. Like a guy driving a 911 for the first time after driving a Bentley...
Gary, thank you for sharing your views. I completely disagree with you, but thank you anyway :-). I switched from a full frame Canon 5D Mark III to Olympus micro 4/3 three years ago. I knew going in I would have to make some adjustments to get the results I need. I was attracted to micro 4/3 because of the compact size. Having Canon L-series Zoom lenses, It was a very heavy bag of gear. So, I decided to go with the light weight 1.8 prime lenses to level the playing field regarding low light shooting and also depth of field which you don’t talk about. I actually also have the trinity of Olympus’s 2.8 Pro zoom lenses – which are fantastic! But if I’m shooting low light, like a wedding reception, I definitely go with the prime lenses. Before I made the switch, I did a lot of comparison shooting head to head in a lot of different lighting situations. I found that between using a faster prime, and the fantastic image stabilization, often I was able to get cleaner images with the Olympus in low light. That said, if you are often shooting fast moving subjects in low light obviously a full frame sensor camera is going to be a better choice. However, in terms of noise, I find the Olympus digital noise actually looks better than it did with my Canon. Bottom line, I don’t think you gave the Olympus E-M1 Mark II a fair chance. I’ve sold a fair amount of work shooting with mine and I love it so much I got a second one. None of my clients have complained about image quality. With a little effort learning how to get the most out of this camera, you can produce some spectacular results. Certainly it’s not for everyone, but just because it’s not right for you that does not mean that it sucks. I’ve been a photographer for a long time and I have shot with a lot of different professional gear. The E-M1 Mark II is a fantastic camera. Like all cameras it has its strengths and weaknesses. I approached the switch to Olympus understanding there would be differences and I was willing to work at making the system work for me. I can tell you that it has exceeded my expectations. If you don’t mind the extra size and weight, and cost of the Sony glass, by all means stick with your Sony. I understand it’s a fantastic camera as well.
Congratulations, you have successfully made a video about a camera system that you are incompetent to use.
Your video must be intended as click-bait. It is so ridiculous that click-bait is the only reason that comes to mind. Even then, you certainly did not get many clicks. Very sad. Judging by your smooth-as-a baby's-bottom face, and your age, you seem not to let life's affairs bother you too much. Your outlook allows you to make these flippant judgements about a perfectly good camera. You remind me of a fat, lazy and spoiled 13 year old kid, who has never made an effort to do anything. You don't even seem to know how turn on the IBIS, because your video looked shaky as hell. Your review photos are photographically the same quality as my 84 year aunt using her Samsung smart phone. I guess I fell for your click-bait, after all. Shame on you, you fat f***... Here is a link to some photos I've taken using an Olympus OMD E M 10 Mark iii, a much much cheaper Olympus camera, using much cheaper Olympus lenses - https://photos.app.goo.gl/ioadDuMCHx8oLybK6
Smart phone quality? Not even in the same ballpark. That lens is super sharp and capable of great image quality even at iso 3200 and mild noise reduction. Im sorry but I would not blame the gear and try to compensate with the full frame excuse. There are so many examples all over the internet of great images with this setup at mid iso.
Theres 10min I will not get back. Worst review heard. Reckons image quality not good. The photographer is the problem. What a Richard!
I’m 3 months into the EM1Mk2. Coming from a Sony a7 mk3 kit. The image quality is fantastic especially with the 75mm f1.8. I’m very happy with the quality of the Olympus results. And very hard pressed to see any difference at all with prints at A3.
I just discovered you channel which i start to like... and then this video... WTF ? I don't need to be a 'Olympus people' to not like your video.
you do not understand how to shoot with Olympus - stay with Sony and be happy! Only to come wth low light is poor!
Hi, I've seen a lot of good examples of portraits taken with this camera on the Flickr ...ect. I'm not an Olympus fanboy, mainly Fuji for me!. Just surprised as you seem to be one of the only bad reviews I've seen on this camera. Most pictures look rubbish taken in dark rooms under mixed home lights. Use bounce flash and the pictures should improve. I'm an event photographer and use Fuji and Sony a6400. Ps. Was looking into the olympus em1 but having second thoughts now🤔🤣
Image stabilization? Autofocus noise?
Definitely usable at pretty much any location! Superb lens for the light travel kit
What type of camera stabilizer would you recommend for a GH5?
this guys face at 1:41 LMAOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! STRAIGHT LET ONE LOOSE!!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!
Not a review - just a recommendation.
Is it par focal?
Hi Blindsaff is there an option to this lens for an a7III ? Im seeing all your reviews and the lenses are amazing but I have an a7III and I need to know if there are options for me camera
Hey! I'm early in my research of this lens, but it's right at the top of my list currently. I just wanted to find out if it's possible to add Nd filters to this lens? Does it have threading at the end of the lens for filter attachment?
As I'm in the research stage I found this video really helpful. I was wondering if you used this lens for the entire time of the video, excluding when you were showing us the lens? I will be moving from a Nikon D80, which I purchased in 2006/07. I'm moving as I've been really impressed with the technology, price and weight behind the mirrorless cameras. I plan to use purchase a OM-D E-M1 Mark II. The motivation is to be able to take large photographs of my artwork, make use of the video for blogging and for outdoor work. Money is tight so this will be my only lens for a while, till I can afford further lens. What do you think of using this lens as the basis of my work?
Lovely review: beautiful, cinematic, shows off different light conditions, usage, feel, features; super calm and pleasure to watch! Voice is stable, smooth, footage helps to understand performance of the lens. Deem! Thanks a lot for this input. Lot of Panasonic 12-35 f2.8, but I guess Olympus is less popular with the video crowd (E-M 1 II: kinda overpriced (but massive features!!)? Bodies seem to be rather photo-oriented considering variable framerate/awful pre-amps on the cam.. I wonder if that was fixed with the 3.0 update? Let me know if You know). But the clutch - the clutch on this one is a bomb move! Now it's kinda "budget" Leica 10-25 f1.7! What I would also love to see, if there is any focus breathing during focus pulling (as footage example; dunno tho, if that's your shooting style), how long the throw is and feels to you (again, if that's your shooting style). Also it would be great to hear that it's "f4 equivalent - fullframe terms" for all those spec nerds to see, what can be done with m43. It would be also lovely to hear, if this review was also shot on the same combo; hope I didn't miss it.. Back to the vid - even the thumbnail straight away looks really pro: really neat footage was so clean, I was hesitant to click! Thought it would be boring "I talk" vid, but turned out to be really balanced between Your personality (+specs) and "look how it works". Great! Loved the review! Should be out there, when people research for Panasonic 12-35 f2.8 for video! Cheerio! Dzhai
Great to see another Aussie M43 user, subbed and g'day from the NT.
I love this lens, it's my go to lens for my GH5
Outstanding - and short - review. Liked/subbed. I use this lens nearly constantly, only going to primes when I need a faster f stop. The ruggedness of the camera is one of its best features. Shot a little short on the GH5 to test out a the fly-cam nano, and for the exterior shot I needed a shot in the rain. No problem - threw on the Oly 12-40 and out I went, never having to worry about the camera or lens. Keep up the good work! Link to the vid (it's super short), exterior shot with the Oly, interior with the Panny 20mm 1.7: https://youtu.be/WBetOrfUhl0
Hmm, maybe some kind of ritualistic sacrifice having the Olympus lens on a Panasonic camera, that said I do get a bit confused about whether you might choose the creative aspects of the 1.8 Olympus primes or just going for the easy as Olympus 12-40 2.8 zoom, what do you think?
I almost always have this lens on my camera, it's definitely my go to lens. The focus clutch is one of the best features of the lens especially when shooting in low light. I really enjoyed the images on this video, great work - I subscribed!
Yup! Me too! Excellent images in this review, imo!
It was the goto lens until the 12-100 f4 pro came out. Still have them both
I agree it's a gem of a lens. subbed!