Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 ASPH OIS
Announced Mar 7, 2010 •
Zoom lens | Micro Four Thirds | H-FS014042
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I have a Panasonic G7 and I'm looking for the cheapest wide angle lens (less than 14mm) that has auto-focus. I had looked at the Rokinon 12mm F2.0, but it doesn't have auto-focus. I'm new to mirrorless cameras and a manual lens in my mind is a lens that can only be manually focused with the ring and not with the camera's auto-focus, if I am wrong please correct me. I bought the G7 with the 14-41mm kit lens and it isn't wide enough for my needs. I'm willing to buy a used lens. I am also...
By: Sir_Forest (5 months ago)
Hi, I have Lumix G6 camera with kit 14-42 lenses. I want to have wider view in my photos. I read that 14mm prime lenses are wide-angle. So my question is if the 14-42 are also 14 at wide are the images taken by 14mm prime gona be wider? Can some on mayby post some photos taken by kit lenses and prime 14mm of the same subject? The 14mm are not so chep to me and I don't want to buy something I'm not gona be using. I want to take photos on my vacations and weekend trips. Thank You and sorry for...
By: cudge82 (5 months ago)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
I just got a lumix g3 with 2 lenses. 12-44 and 28-150mm(i think) would like maybe one that goes to 300mm aswell but not as expensive as a lumix one as I just spent all my money haha. Anyone recommend a decent 3rd party lens? Total novice so up for any recommendatins that I should look into for shooting decent photos of things in the distance. from animals to football players. Cheers
Okay I have been shooting with two Panasonic G7's for a few months now. I started this hobby with an entry level Nikon, though I loved it I found out I was shooting way more video, and in my research found that mirror-less camera's had what I was looking for. Without the cash upfront to get the GH4, I decided on a couple G7's which I really do like. I just can't decide what lenses to get next. They only thing I keep wishing I had was a wider lens, for a better wide angle shot, because I feel...
By: Jonathan Gladstone (Jan 16, 2016)
Hey folks.. Over the last little while I have been able to get a few lightning shots. What settings have worked on your cameras... My camera is the Panasonic G3. The lenses that I have tried/used for taking lightning photos have been: P14-42 P45-200 (manual 50mm f1.8) O25mm f1.8. There seems to be a lot of noise at 800 and over.. but am I just being fussy/picky after seeing some of the rather incredible shots taken online (I go GRRRR when I do see larger sensor cameras indicating ISO3200 or...
I have been thinking of buying the legendary Panasonic 14-45mm for years now. I actually ordered it (used, for $180) from Amazon a few days ago, but I had serious second thoughts and decided to cancel the order today. I already have the 14-42mm that came with my GH2. I know the image quality is not as good, but after re-visiting some old threads, it seems like it's close enough to not warrant the upgrade. I also gave up on the 12-32mm, since it apparently exhibits shutter shock at 32mm under...
Hi, I am totally new to photography so I hope you can help me on this. I want to get a Micro 3/4 camera but my budge is limited. I found a Olympus EP2 (without basic lens) and a Lumix 14-42 len set on Craigslist for $280. Do you think I should get the set? Should I just get the body and buy the len separately. Thank you very much for all your help. I really appreciate it
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