Reviews and Problems with Olympus MMF-2 Four Thirds Lens Adapter
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Tiny, sharp, great bargain lens
M. ANNE, Amazon
7 October 2014
Summary: Tiny lens which makes the Olympus OMDs a small unobtrusive camera. Since it's approx. 35mm equivalent, it also works well for landscape. I keep it in my camera bad; small enough to slip in a pocket. Sharp and a bargain. I also own the Oly 12-40 f2.8 Pro but this gets as much use due to it's size. And of course, the price......great little lens for those who can't /don't want to afford the higher end lens.
Summary: I bought this for our E-PL1 and over the last 8 months it has become our primary lens. Initially, it took some convincing to get my wife to use it instead of the 14-40 kit zoom, now she absolutely loves it.
Summary: Bought this as a complement lens for my Panasonic GM1. So glad I did. Keeps the camera very compact but also adds great image results. This is actually a very nice landscape lens and overall street lens. This is on my GM1 and Olympus OMD-EM1 more than I thought it would be but, it is...
Excellent value for the money. A great starter prime lens for sure!
7 March 2014
Summary: I give five stars in all categories for this budget 17mm, f/2.8 Olympus lens. A true "pancake" lens, the 17/2.8 is often underrated by many micro 4/3 photographers and considered inferior to its cousin, the 17/1.8, but, in my opinion, it is an excellent value for such a low profile lens that makes your micro 4/3 system almost pocketable in pants pockets, but certainly in jacket pockets. This is, in fact, one of the main reasons I wanted to purchase the 17/2.8.