The Olympus 45mm short telephoto prime has a maximum aperture of just f1.8 (min f22) making this an ideal low cost entry for portrait, low light and shallow depth of field shooting on the micro-four-thirds system.
Weighing just 116g (4oz) with a diameter of 56mm and a length of only 46mm this tiny lens takes an even tinier 37mm filter and provides a 27˚ angle of view equal to 90mm on a full frame 35mm camera.
With a relatively low street price, does this auto focus capable lens deserve to be on your wish list?
[set_page_product product=”Olympus 12mm f2.0″] Introduction
The Olympus 12mm f2.0 lens for micro four thirds is a high quality, metal construction fast wide angle lens with built in distance & depth of field indicators, hard stops and a fantastic focus ring that lets you change between manual and auto focus instantly.
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