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KIT FOCUS | 13 Quartet of lenses for PEN & OM-D lenses


Four exciting lenses were shown in Cologne, giving PEN and OM-D owners an even wider selection of interchangeable optics to choose from.


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M.Zuiko Digital ED 60mm f/2.8


Macro


This is Olympus’ first macro lens with a Micro Four Thirds mount, and a cracker it is too! It offers a lifesize 1:1 reproduction ratio and a close focusing


distance of just 19cm, so you’ll be able to get up close and personal with a wide range of flora and fauna, plus it’s both dust and splashproof making it perfect for the great outdoors. Handily, the 60mm macro also doubles as the perfect portrait lens.


M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f/2 Special Edition


One for the collectors, this limited edition version of the 12mm f/2 lens comes as a kit with matching lens hood and cap all in classic black finish. The ideal optic for landscape photographers wanting to shoot sweeping vistas, or those who combine their wide-angle shots with low lighting conditions.


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15mm f/8 Body Cap lens And now for something completely different! The 15mm Body Cap lens is less than 1cm thick, but gives you the opportunity to shoot spontaneously whenever the mood takes you. Both the focus and aperture are fixed, so when you see a shot you want to take, power your PEN or OM-D up and start shooting. The physical size of the Body Cap lens is such that you can easily store your camera in a pocket and there’s even an option to change the focus range to 30cm so you can shoot close- ups.


M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f/1.8


Although not available until next year, the 17mm f/1.8 will be worth the wait. The focal length makes it perfectly suited to street photography while the wide aperture gives versatility in low light and attractive circular bokeh. Those who like to shoot from the hip will benefit from focusing and depth-of-field scales on the lens barrel plus manual focusing by pulling back on the focus ring.


OLYMPUS MAGAZINE ■ OCTOBER 2012


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