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Olympus 25mm f1.8 Interchangeable Lens


Olympus 25mm f1.8 Interchangeable Lens


With a 25mm focal length and 47 degree angle of view, this lens sits right between wide and telephoto designs, making it a great choice as an all-around lens for your photography. A fast f1.8 circular aperture delivers beautifully soft defocused backgrounds for impressive portraits or when subject emphasis is the desired photographic effect. An inner focusing mechanism assures fast and accurate auto-focusing, and because it is an MSC design, it offers nearly silent focusing operation – a great feature when shooting HD movies.

  • Small, light-weight, high performance lens
  • High optical performance
  • Minimum focus of 25cm

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  1. 73 of 75 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sharp, fast, light, solid, and not cheap, February 13, 2014
    By 
    Jake

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    UPDATED 2014-02-24

    My impressions of this lens after about two weeks of frequent use are very good. All of the photos I have taken with this lens have been very sharp to my eyes, even at aperture 1.8. When pixel-peeping I can find some chromatic aberration, mostly in the corners, but the aberration is not too bad. Vignetting is light enough I have not noticed it in any of the photos I have taken. The autofocus speed is good, and might be limited more by my G3 than by the lens. The lens is slightly longer than the Olympus 17mm f1.8, but still small and it looks and feels good on the camera. The lens is made in Japan, has a metal lens mount, and the plastic body feels sturdy. The large focus ring operates smoothly and I found manual focusing this lens to be pleasant. And, miracle of miracles, Olympus includes a plastic lens hood, though they do not include a pouch. The Olympus 25mm f1.8 is more expensive than similar lenses for other systems, but the lens performs very well and is my pick for best normal lens for micro 4/3.

    My primary use for this lens is indoor photography. Flash isn’t an option for me, and I need a wide aperture to keep shutter speed high and sensitivity within an acceptable range. I am happy with the performance of the 25mm f1.8 for this type of shooting.

    Budget conscious photographers like me may prefer to buy only one fast prime lens for low-light work, with an equivalent focal length of 35mm to 50mm. For micro 4/3 autofocus lenses, we now have several choices:

    Olympus 17mm f2.8- relatively inexpensive and small, but modest maximum aperture and optical performance
    Olympus 17mm f1.8- good performance with metal build and snap focus ring, but higher cost
    Sigma 19mm f2.8- inexpensive, with max aperture of 2.8
    Panasonic 20mm f1.7- small and sharp, but slow focusing and not cheap
    Panasonic 25mm f1.4- good to excellent performance, but largish and most expensive
    Olympus 25mm f1.8- good, perhaps excellent performance with intermediate size and cost

    Of these lenses, I own the Olympus 17mm f1.8 and now the 25mm f1.8. Choosing between the two is a challenge because both lenses perform well. The field of view of the 17mm is about 40% wider than the 25mm. Properly focused, I find both lenses are acceptably sharp, but the 25mm has an edge in sharpness. I prefer the metal build and optional snap-focus ring of the 17mm, but the 25mm has a lower msrp. If I sell one of these lenses to finance some other gear, focal length/field of view will be the deciding factor.

    Olympus has added another great lens to the micro 4/3 lineup with the 25mm f1.8, and I can recommend it to photographers looking for a fast normal lens.

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  2. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Worth the Wait. Fantastic Little Normal Lens from Olympus., February 23, 2014
    By 
    Kon Peki (Boston, MA USA) –

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    This Olympus lens has been long-awaited by the Micro 4/3 community, and I am pleased to say that Olympus delivered the goods.

    Qualities:
    -Sharp wide open throughout most of the frame with both near and far targets. Overall sharper than the Panasonic Leica 25mm f/1.4 (which I will compare to on several points below) when you consider edge performance.
    -Less color fringing than the Panasonic even when both are shot on a Panasonic body (I tested both on my GX7 as well as E-M1)
    -Pleasing/smooth bokeh rendering
    -Fast autofocus (AF), comparable to the Panasonic
    -Good AF performance even in very low light
    -Much closer minimum minimum focus distance than Panasonic
    -Smaller and lighter than Panasonic (balances better on the smallest MFT bodies) – much smaller if you include the dedicated hoods (finally Olympus includes a hood)
    -Has solid build, despite being plastic and light. The “decorative cap” is more snug, less inclined to fall off as compared to the Olympus 45mm lens

    There are lots of samples and analysis to back all of this up at Mu-43.com

    For me, the Olympus 25mm f/1.8 is a definite keeper. A no-brainer. However, I will also be keeping the Panasonic lens for it’s extra 2/3 stop of speed, more shallow DOF capabilty, and unique rendering character. Both are wonderful choices.

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