Monday, August 22, 2011

Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8 Review: Chinese and Hindu Temples

Side Note:
1. This is a user experience based review.
2. All images were shot in RAW and developed to JPEG in Olympus Viewer 2.
3. General camera settings, Noise Filter = OFF, Contrast/Saturation/sharpness = 0, White Balance = Auto (with an option maintain warm color set to OFF), Gradation = Normal
4. Minimal post-processing applied to the images. Only exposure compensation (adjusted brightness/contrast) and cropping performed for better consistency and overall presentation. Apart from that, the images were as good as straight out of camera (color and sharpness)

This is a continuation from my previous entry: Part 1 of Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm f1.8 lens review, if you have not read the Part 1, kindly do so here.

In my Part 1 of the 45mm F1.8 lens review, I have brought the lens coupled with Olympus E-P3 out on the streets during night time, shooting in harshest and most challenging lighting situations. The lens fared rather well despite the far from ideal lighting both in terms of image quality and autofocus performance. Therefore, in this second part of review, I have brought the E-P3 with 45mm and shoot under much better lighting condition during daytime. I shall be concentrating on how the lens performs under natural good light, and the overall performance of the lens in terms of resolution and sharpness. Early tests during the night shooting have shown incredible sharpness even being shot with ISO1600, at wide open aperture of F1.8, so how fares the lens when it was subjected to the optimum ISO200?

As a reminder, and a note to first time visitors, this review will be written from a photography-enthusiast’s point of view. This will be a user experience based review, sharing on what I think and feel using the M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8 mounted on PEN E-P3 in real life shooting situations. Therefore, this is not a technical review as there will not be elaborative technical explanations, such as explanation of corner softness, optimum aperture range, chromatic aberration and so forth. In addition to that, I will not be doing direct side by side image and performance comparisons with other lenses. I apologize for the redundancy of this reminder paragraph, but I do find it necessary, because from many feedback I have received online (yes I do read what you folks are discussing over at DPreview forums and 43rumors website), it seemed like many have missed the crucial purpose and objectives of my review works. What I am presenting in this entry is merely what I can do with the Olympus 45mm F1.8 lens for my usual shutter therapy session.


ISO200, F2.8, 1/80sec. Note: Red color cast due to red interiors typical in all Chinese Temples.


ISO800, F1.8, 1/400sec

ISO200, F1.8, 1/200sec

ISO200, F1.8, 1/80sec

ISO200, F7.1, 1/200sec


The location of shooting for this Part 2 was actually the same place as Part 1, at Petaling Street. Instead of doing street photography as usual, I decided to do something a little different. I specifically chose two prominent temples located in Petaling Street, both located adjacent to each other: one Hindu Temple and one Chinese Temple. Temples are always open to the public, and they welcome photographers, hence I was free to move around easily with not much restrictions. Also, the lighting inside the temple is good with plenty of natural sunlight. Textures, objects and people subjects are abundant, and the local Chinese and Indians in Malaysia are friendly bunch of people who are easy to approach and seek permission to photograph. I started shooting at 10am on Sunday morning, and ended my session just before noon.

Autofocus worked well, and free from hiccup, even against strong backlit condition (example, shooting directly against the sun). The lens was really quick to pick up focus, at pin-point accuracy. This time, all my subjects were stationary and not moving at all, being lit by natural sunlight in most cases.

Since the lighting was good enough, I have stopped down the aperture down to various values. Unlike  speculations and assumptions made by some readers (yes I do read and trace responses to my reviews outside my blog), I do not shoot wide open at all times. This is especially true if you have seen my macro photography, where I emphasized strongly on achieving sufficient depth of field, sometimes stopping down my aperture to F/16 or narrower. I shot all wide open at F1.8 with the 45mm lens in the previous Part 1 review mainly because it was really dark on the night streets, and I was taking full advantage of the wide F1.8 (why not?) to gather as much light as possible and to freeze motion. Now that gathering light was not an issue in day time, I controlled my aperture appropriately corresponding to each shooting situation. I agree, and understand that any good photography should not be overusing the F1.8 exclusively.

ISO200, F22, 1/640sec
Starburst effect on the sun. Flare was well controlled, but notice the possible Red Spot problem on E-P3 shooting directly at the sun?

ISo200, F5.6, 1/1600sec
Image Sample 1

100% crop from center of Image Sample 1

100% crop from the bottom right corner of Image Sample 1

ISO200, F1.8, 1/500sec

The Olympus 45mm performs incredibly well under all aperture settings. I will not be telling you how good is good, and how good is one aperture value in comparison to another, nor will I produce many photographs to indicate this issue. I believe there was already real technical review available where the resolution at various aperture values were being presented, and I shall let the professional reviwers/photographers do the job. Based on my crude observation on the photographs I have made, the corner to corner sharpness, which is the signature and prime advantage of any Olympus 4/3 or micro 4/3 system, is very apparent in this 45mm lens. I barely noticed any softening at the corners, though I am sure the optimum sharpness falls right in the center of the lens. This was not really a surprise to any Olympus users, it is an advantage that we are proud of having in choosing this system.

Shooting at ISO200, with noise filter and noise reduction turned OFF, the details captured were simply amazing. Zooming in 100% revealed impressive amount of tiniest details and fine textures, for example, you can count every single eye lash, skin pores, etc. The resolution seemed really close to what the Olympus 4/3 DSLR 50mm F2 macro lens can achieve. It is also important to note that Olympus has very strong native sharpening applied (I am using Olympus Viewer 2, hence it should render the output very close to the in-camera JPEG). The images do exhibit traces of "over-sharpening effect" but not to an uncomfortable extent. In my eyes, they still look pleasing, and to mitigate this issue and having ugly compression artifacts, the photographer may choose to tone down the sharpness setting manually either in camera, or in post processing. I left the sharpness setting value to "0", at noise filter OFF for all images shown in this entry.

ISO200, F2.2, 1/500sec

ISO200, F1.8, 1/500sec

ISO200, F1.8, 1/500sec
Image Sample 2

100% crop from center of Image Sample 2

100% crop close to the bottom right corner of Image Sample 2

So far I have been talking about all the good stuff, so is there something that I do not like about the lens? There really is not much to complain about the Olympus 45mm F1.8 lens. What could have been better?

1) Closer focusing distance
My only wish was to have a better close focusing distance, perhaps instead of 0.5 meter, it could have been 0.4 meter of slightly nearer to achieve better close up photography. I understand the position of this lens of not being a macro, but going in that little bit closer can really create different kind of photography opportunities in some situations.

2) Better lens construction
Besides the metal mount (thank goodness it is metal), the lens body is fully plastic in construction, unlike the new M,Zuiko 12mm F2 having metal body. It does seem like the 45mm F1.8 has silver metallic coating or paint over the plastic housing, which I fear many be worn off due to excessive abuse and usage under torturous photographers such as myself. Under hot Malaysian weather, I sweat profusely when shooting outdoors, and sweat trickling down to fingers is a common thing. The cosmetics of the new 45mm F1.8 lens appear attractive and stylish, but I cannot image how it would look like after all the peeling and scratches. the fact that there is no black version of the lens is not helping this possible problem !


3) Ok I am running out of bad things to say about this lens, seriously. It is not easy to find faults in the Olympus 45mm F1.8.


ISO200, F1.8, 1/1250sec

ISO1250, F1.8, 1/320sec

ISO200, F1.8, 1/160sec
Image Sample 3

100% crop from the Image Sample 3 (boy's right eye)

ISO200 F1.8, 1/160sec

ISO400, F1.8, 1/100sec
Koh C.L, who shot alongside me for this session. We were waiting for a train. Chromatic Aberration is evident in this shot, against strong backlight, but still well controlled, and nothing a few clicks of image editing software cannot fix.

In conclusion the Olympus M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8 lens is exactly what it claims to be, a good small sized, compact and light portrait lens, capable of delivering good defocusing effect (bokeh) to isolate the subject from the background, and enable low light shooting with natural light. The autofocus of the lens is on par with the new M.Zuiko 12mm F2 wide angle prime lens, at least that was how I felt when I shot with both lenses. The autofocus was extremely fast (World's fastest autofocus, anyone dare to refute?) and accurate, even under very unfavorably dim and uneven lighting circumstances.

I sure will get one myself, it is time to start saving up !!

If you have any questions or feedback, kindly leave a comment below, or email me directly at hamish7ian@gmail.com

144 comments:

  1. OMG.. despite cropping it's still THAT clear!! Amazing!

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  2. Robin... got try the 45mm on the EPL1???

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  3. Cyril,
    Yeap, it is THAT clear.

    Wilson,
    not yet. I will try it. hehehehe

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  4. nicely photos..

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  5. Wow, beautiful pictures and the lens is also very good!

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  6. Thanks Rainer. It is a very good lens !!

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  7. wo what a good lens.. i wish i could us e it now in my g2 do you think the crops would be still that clear with my g2?
    Hope the lens will be released soon in Germany.. cant wait to get it.

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  8. hello Christian,
    I am sure the G2 sensor can deliver, after all Olympus PEN also uses sensors from Panasonic. Maybe with Noise Filter turned off, same sharpness can be achieved.

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  9. I'm excited about this lens, those portraits are very nice looking. The background blur seems to not distract!

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  10. those crops - (boy's right eye) for example - simply smashing details

    Thanks again, robin, great work!

    Best
    Michael

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  11. Dear Robin,
    Please don't take it personal if some dark wizzards can't realize that part 1 of your review was rather a teaser because you couldn't even wait for the first light and had to try this lens out...
    You do an excellent job by showing us how huch we may be able to get out of the gear if we would only try.

    And it seems like F1.8 is just perfect for portraits: Looking at the crop from the boy, only the eye is in focus - proves also the point of the excellent AF of the E-P3; if the combo can achieve this even with candid portraits then wow.

    Your blog realy encourages me to try to do it myself and the combo you used for this entry just seems perfect for a little walkabout kit.

    Many thanks for your real world anthusiast insight and keep up the good work

    don knizi

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  12. Jasonn
    Of all the things the sunburst shot actually exhibited some flaws in the camera ahahha, the possible red dot issue.

    Hello Brad C,
    The background blur is very good indeed, probably due to the medium telephoto range of 45mm.

    Hi Mige0,
    I know !! I gasped when I first previewed the boy's eye, and you should see the boy's facial expression after he saw me gasped !! Too bad I was too stunned to respond to capture his expression LOL.

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  13. Hello don knizi,
    Thanks for the kind compliments. I have intended to do two part review, and one of them should be strictly shooting under dim lighting where the F1.8 is needed.
    The combo of the 45mm and the E-P3 is just right for walkabout, but I am sure many would feel that the 45mm is a little too far for their preferences. I have always loved the 50mm F2 macro on E-5, hence having a much smaller and lighter version, with added improved faster AF, it was really a great welcome !!

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  14. Great 2nd part of the review Robin! I enjoyed reading it again, and looking at the great photos. Have you had the opportunity to use the 45/1.8 with any of the Panasonic m4/3 cameras? I am wondering whether or not the AF would still be as responsive as it was with the EP3. Thanks again, and keep up with the great blog you've got going!

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  15. hello Armando,
    Thanks for returning for my Part 2, and it was my pleasure to share and contribute to this community.
    Unfortutunately I have no access to Panasonic cameras at the moment, to be honest most of my photography friends use either Canon or Nikon !!
    If I do find one (in odd chances) I will give it a try before returning the lens to Olympus Malaysia. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  16. Robin, thanks so much for taking the time to post this extensive review.

    I enjoyed reading your review much more than the usual technical reviews.

    I can't help but wonder what you will take street shooting, after you get a 45mm of your own.

    Will it be the 50mm or the 45mm?

    Thanks again for the effort you put into the review.

    Ollie

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  17. hello ollie
    thanks for such kind remarks!! I certainly do not deserve them. it was my pleasure to be able to contribute and share with this community.
    if I have the 45mm, it will be my street shooting gear. the reason is simple, much faster and more reliable focusing!hello ollie
    thanks for such kind remarks!! I certainly do not deserve them. it was my pleasure to be able to contribute and share with this community.
    if I have the 45mm, it will be my street shooting gear. the reason is simple, much faster and more reliable focusing!

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  18. Robin,
    Thanks a lot for your great review and extraordinary photos!
    I really think Olympus ought to give you a complimentary copy of this lens, considering the huge number of the 45mm they will sell because of your review!
    My 45mm is already on pre-order (are you listening, Olympus?).
    I own a E-PL1, so it would very nice if you could test the lens on it.
    Thanks again for a wonderful review and a great site!

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  19. hello antonio,
    your comments are too kind, I dont deserve them!! I wont be getting anything in return for this review write up, it is my pleasure to contribute to this photography society.
    I do have plans to try the 45mm on the epl1 however that will only happen in the weekends as I have a full time job. wont be getting anything in return for this review write up, it is my pleasure to contribute to this photography society.
    I do have plans to try the 45mm on the epl1 however that will only happen in the weekends as I have a full time job.

    you must be excited and cant wait for the 45mm lens!! I am very confident you will make wonderful images with it.

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  20. definitely my next lens after the arrival of my PEN! thanks for this review.

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  21. valerie,
    you are most welcome! I am very sure you will love the lens to bits.

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  22. Wonderful review Robin. I had high hopes for this lens myself, having been waiting for a decent portrait lens for 2 years! I'm so glad it stands up the quality standards we're looking for. If only it were a metal build, it would be perfect! I can't help but wonder what Olympus will release in their macro lens though.

    Anyway, I already pre-ordered this lens a couple of weeks ago. Just waiting on it now!

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  23. hello michael
    thanks for the compliments! perhaps the reason why olympus did not rush this lens out is to produce it as close to technical perfection as possible, in terms of image quality and autofocus. then it was surely worth the wait.
    I would have preordered if I have the cash! I shall be saving up for the lens.

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  24. Hi Robin,
    Another good article. How much are they selling the 45mm in Malaysia? Tempted to pick one up when i'm there for a holiday.

    Kind regards


    William

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  25. hello william,
    thanks for the kind words. however I have not the slightest clue on the lens pricing in malaysia. it is not out in the stores yet. sorry I cannot be more helpful.ave not the slightest clue on the lens pricing in malaysia. it is not out in the stores yet. sorry I cannot be more helpful.

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  26. Robin,

    Thanks for the post (both parts). I now know that the Oly 45 is a good lens. In fact my only issue would be the lack of the black option, because it is the one thing that is putting me off for the moment. I prefer to be a bit stealthier than this lens may allow.

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  27. hello Anonymous,
    It was my pleasure to do the review and share with the community.
    I absolutely agree with you on the need for black version, I would have preferred it to be black too !! Shooting with a metallic shiny lens under bright sunlight is not really good for street photography !!

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  28. Fuyoo..so crystal clear and sharp images:)nice pic bro:)

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  29. Encik Senyum,
    Indeed, its very sharp !! Thanks mate.

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  30. For those who wants to know if the 45mm works on panasonic m43, I had it tested on G3. Works flawlessly, tho focusing is slightly slower than EP3 (by miliseconds if you want to know) but still very fast =) Thanks to Robin for giving me the chance to try out the 45mm f1.8 lens!

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  31. Nice review, good sharpness. An interesting lens for m4/3 users!

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  32. CCC,
    thanks for sharing !! I am sure many Panasonic users would love to know.

    Hello Bartosz,
    The lens is very interesting. Worth considering if you decided to join the micro 4/3 camp.

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  33. A very good review, what I would expect for real world. Besides, I don't shoot test charts in my work anyway, mostly people like you. I know my clients would like the results of this lens. Very good buddy, thanks again.

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  34. hello carl,
    it is very good to hear from you again!! certainly we do not shoot test charts! real world usage is what matters to me regardless of graphs and figures.

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  35. congrats robin for everything..!
    i personally say that this review is acting more like a poison... an instant 'racun' laa =)

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  36. Hello Capin !!
    Thanks mate. Racun indeed, even I myself also kena.. ahahha.
    When will you collect your precious from Olympus Malaysia?

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  37. Hi Robin,
    As always, great review!

    Do you think the details and resolution would be present if this lens was used on a EP2?

    Cheers,
    Krish

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  38. Hello Krish,
    Thanks for the compliments.
    Generally the lens is sharp, regardless of which body you use, but the E-P3 has weaker Anti-Alias filter, hence you will squeeze more details out of the lens with E-P3.

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  39. Great review and great pictures. This one definitely pushed me over the fence to go ahead and pre-order it. I shoot with an EPL1 as well, and have been hoping for a good upgrade. I didn't like the G3, and ended up selling that. If money wasn't an issue, I'd probably pick up an EP3. Quick question though. Do you use an EVF on the EP3 when you shoot with the 45? Strictly IQ-wise, do you feel the EP3 is better than the EPL1? I really want to paint the 45mm when I get it... but I know I will be too scared and fear ruining it to do that. Great photos and review!

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  40. Thanks for the review. I would love to see a comparison of this lens with a legacy 50mm, or even a 45mm like the Rokkor 45mm pancake. Since the 50mm are so inexpensive and readily available.

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  41. Hello SNTP,
    Thanks so much for the compliments, I appreciate them.
    For both two parts of my tests with the 45mm on E-P3, I did not shoot with the EVF. I used the live view on the OLED screen at all times.
    I do think that the image quality on the E-P3 is better than E-PL1. However, do take note that the noise filter on E-P3 is a lot more aggressive than E-PL1, to fully bring out its benefits you should turn off the noise filter and apply your own NR in post processing if necessary.

    Anonymous,
    Thanks for the kind words. However, I have already mentioned clearly that NO comparisons shall be made here.

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  42. Robin, thank you so much for the insights into this new lens. I personally get much more out of real world commentary than test images and MTF charts. m43 has been in desperate need of a fast portrait lens. I currently use a Pentax 50mm f1.4 legacy lens with adapter, but the combination is anything but stealthy, and I have to run it at f2 if I want a sharp image. The sharp f1.8 of this lens is just right.

    I love the DOF on your portraits. Plane of eyes and cheek bones razor sharp, tip of nose reasonably sharp, and ears slightly out of focus. Perfect! I'll also be using this on an E-PL1, black, so I also wish the lens came in black.

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  43. hello four by six
    it was my pleasure to share and I am glad you find them useful.
    from your description it does sound like the 45m is exactly what you want the lens to do.
    I have a black epl1 too, thinking of doing something with the 45mm in the weekends. will update this blog if that happens.

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  44. Thanks for the review...very helpful. I was wondering if you could post some shots with the lens stopped down to say, f5.6 or f8.

    Wide open looks great, but it's good to judge some other apertures.

    And, perhaps, some shots taken at infinity.

    Many thanks.

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  45. Ah...I see you have a few "stopped down" shots already posted.

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  47. Dear Robin..
    First time to your Blog, and AMAZING!! Thanks a lot for the Review

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  48. Hello Jim,
    Thanks for your compliments. I have returned the E-P3 and the 45mm F1.8 to Olympus Malaysia, hence any further tests will not be made unless by some weird chance I managed to get my hands on them again.

    Hello Yola,
    Thanks !!

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  49. Just bought the Pen3 a few weeks ago and realising what a great camera and system this is. Will be getting the 45 mm & 12 mm prime lens soon.I rarely need to take the Dslr out of the home now. Just curious to ask if you take most of the pictures with or without the electronic viewfinder?

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  50. Glad I found your blog which by the way is excellent. Congrats on all the entries and although I'm shooting with the G1 I'm picking up an Oly 17mm, what can I say, love the lens. This post was instrumental in my next lens, thanks so much.

    Cheers and following from you Miami, FL.

    Jorge

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  51. Hello drkamalofsjmc,
    I shot all the photos without the EVF. It was a short review session.

    hello Jorge,
    Thanks for your compliments, and I am very glad you find the information useful. I am sure you will love the lens a lot on your G1 !!

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  52. your reviews are a big help for Olympus users who are beginners like me. amazing pictures! would it be possible to test the 45mm 1.8 on E-520? would you be able to post sample pictures as well if you may? looking forward as i always browse your blog if not daily 3x a week if i may say..keep up the good work robin.

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  53. darkavgr@yahoo.com10/22/2011 09:26:00 PM

    can u review the Panasonic 25mm f1.4 Leica Summilux?

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  54. Leigil,
    The 45mm F1.8 is a specific micro 4/3 lenses, it is not back compatible with the DSLR E-520.

    Darkavgr@yahoo.com,
    I reviewed Olympus camera and lenses, because they loaned me the test units (even before the official worldwide launch).
    If Panasonic chooses to loan me a unit for reviewing purposes, I would be glad to do so.
    Unfortunately, Panasonic never approached me.

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  55. Stunting pictures!!

    Robin, I think it's time for m4/3. I've been reading your E-P3, mZD 12mm f/2 and mZD 45mm f/1,8 reviews and it was very excited to me to discover that they are almost perfect for street and travel photography.
    I've used the E-P1 and I sold it because it was slow in focus. But now... OMG!!
    I must say goodbye to all my 4/3 stuff... Bye my lovely E-1, bye my lovely 14-54 II, bye my amazing 35-100!! Since 2 last years ago I'm travelling more than ever and all my gear keeps at home due to their weight. I'm only travelling with my E-1, OM 28mm f/2.8 and OM 50mm f/1.8.
    I'm going to get into m4/3 as fast I sell my gear and walk around with my future new system... Next month... I hope it!!

    Congratulations again. This kind of reviews is all I need, no matter the product's technical review if I can't real life's shutter impressions. Thanks Robin.

    http://juansinponte.blogspot.com/

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  56. I bought the M.Zuiko 45mm F1.8 two weeks ago after i saw your review. Nice bokeh & really sharp, thanks for your review.

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  57. I rarely comment, but your photographs are truly good. Inspiring.

    - Peter K

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  58. Best ever Zuiko 45mm F1.8 lens review i saw on the web. I GF2, any idea will it perform as close to EP3?

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  59. Amazing photos. I also have this lens and I was wondering if you use a lens filter on it. If so, which ones do you recommend? I'm thinking about getting one more for protection as I don't like to take the lens cap on and off all the time.

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  60. Robin,
    I absolutely love your real world reviews of cameras gear that comes from a user perspective and includes fun and fascinating photo adventures.

    The Zuiko 45mm F1.8 is a the top of my list of must have lenses. I tried this lens at the camera store with my new E-M5 and I was amazed at the sharpness, speed/accuracy of AF, and the perfect focal length for portraits.

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