Reviews and Problems with Olympus 14-54mm f2.8-3.5II Standard Wide Zoom
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Great Walk-around lens for Micro-Four-Thirds
DeeVee, B&H Photo
29 June 2015
Excerpt: Unlike many previous reviewers here, I'm using the Zuiko 14-54mm f/2.8-3.5 MkII lens with my OMD E-M5 using a MFT adapter. Honestly, at its retail price, it may be a bit on the high side; however, you should be able to find an excellent condition one complete with hood and mint optics used for under...
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction
Cons: Slow Af Vs Mft Lens, Slower Af Than Mft Lenses
Excerpt: This is among the very sharpest lens I've ever used. I consider it in the top three: Zeiss, Leica, Zuiko. It is amazingly sharp! Wonderfully versatile, light weight. After using this for years, it may be my favorite lens so far. I highly recommend it.
Summary: As good as my 12-40mm, with the only draw-back being the AF speed. Built like a tank and solidly constructed. Frankly, I like the build of this lens compared to the 12-40mm, the rubber surface is easier to grip. Picture quality is stellar for a zoom and low light ability is quite good.
Summary: This will ALWAYS be a fantastic lens! Even by today's standards, this is a fantastic lens that few zoom lenses can compete with. Color, contrast and sharpness are simply awesome. 35mm stopped down to f4 is this lens' sweet spot where it's razor sharp across the frame.
makes shooting a lot better when you can go up and down in F ...
Shop Z., Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: It is worth buying a Higher grade lens, makes shooting a lot better when you can go up and down in F stop properly :D Lens works Great on my Olympus E-5 and the E-620 If you have not bought a Good Lens buy this one!