A question: Wide angle, 12-50, 9-18, 12 f/2

Started Sep 20, 2012 | Discussions thread
bienenbernd Contributing Member • Posts: 884
Re: Bob, the 7-14

Gunnlaugur Gudmundsson wrote:

OC does that mean overly concerned? (about IQ) ?

anyway, I may well buy the 9-18, and be done with it... it is small etc...

I have the PanaLeica 25/1.4, love it, and am thinking about the 75/1.8 (60/2.8?)

so a 9-18, 25 and 75 may be a good 3 lens combo..

anyway... thanks...

Hi Gunnlaugur, the above named trio would make a fine lens combo. I had a try on the m.zuiko 9-18 and was quite happy with it; I only sent it back because I wanted to have a wideangle for indoors at low light, where a tripod isn't useful for people shots. Outdoors you may use a tripod to catch aurora borealis or whatever you want to take pictures of in the long winter darkness. And you have the 25mm with f 1.4 in addition.

The 9-18 gives you a lot of possibilities due to being a zoom with a very useful range.
If money was no concern I would have both, the 9-18 and the 12/2.
Best wishes, Bernd

E-PM1 + 9-18

E-PM1 + 9-18

E-PM1 + 12/2

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