Reviews and Problems with Olympus MMF-2 Four Thirds Lens Adapter
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Fantastic lens for the price
Carl, B&H Photo
8 January 2016
Excerpt: Don't let the online "reviewers" scare you away from this lens. It's great for travel and street. Super light and plenty sharp. I use it on my E-P3 with the VF-1 viewfinder for a simple, small and light setup for vacation travel.
Excerpt: I use this lens with my Oly Pen EP5 - an incredible combo. The lens is a must have. Great all around prime glass. Photos are tack sharp, even in low light. Wonderful for street photography, landscapes and portraits. I keep this glass on my camera all the time, it's my go to lens.
Summary: After read many reviews all around the web pointing out the lens optics limitations, I purchased this lens "used" from a particular guy thru amazon (was actually like new to be honest... thanks _brian17_).
Summary: I was going back and forth between the Panasonic 20mm and the 14mm when I saw a deal for this lens, used, at only a hundred and thirty bucks. I couldn't resist. Then I found a VF-1 optical viewfinder on a closeout deal at Crutchfield for $29- even better.
Ok Lens. Very compact, but some tradeoffs for the size.
Ryan Karolak, Amazon
1 February 2013
Summary: I really wanted to like this lens. It's wonderfully compact. I got it as part of the 17mm kit with the E-P1. Having come from using DSLRs and a variety of other lenses, I found this lens to be a bit slow (f/2.8), fairly soft, and prone to chromatic aberration compared to most lenses I've used.
Summary: The Oly 17mm f/2.8 pancake for micro four-thirds is just about as small and light a lens as you'll find. It's basically a 35mm focal length on its native cameras. Its sole advantage is its size.