Autumn in the Alps

Started Oct 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
Pixnat2
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Re: Autumn in the Alps

mpgxsvcd wrote:

Oops I didn't realize that was the 4/3s Olympus version of the lens. I am not sure if that lens operates like the Panasonic lens does.

Excellent images. Great processing done on those as well. However, there is one important thing to remember. The 7-14mm F4.0 lens is best wide open at all but 14mm. You really shouldn't stop that lens down unless you find that depth of field is too shallow and that is nearly impossible to achieve.

Here are the dpreview test results.

7-14mm F4.0 test results

Again great shots.

Thank you very much!

I don't know about how the Panasonic operates, but the Olympus is sharpest wide open in the center, but I usually have to stop down to F/5.6 -6.3 to get the sharpest edge possible in landscapes.

But, well, this little Panasonic is sooo tempting... It would be the first lens I would buy if I abandon completely the 4/3 system...

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