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Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL 11~22mm F2.8~3.5

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REVIEW: Olympus 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5 wide-angle zoom

27 February 2010
  • Conclusion: The lens is a nicely put together piece of kit with a semi-pro spec and price to match. It sits nicely on the camera (I used an Olympus E-500). The disappointing aspect is the coverage, caused by the 2x crop factor of the 4/3rds system, leaving it a little lacking for dramatic landscapes and the like. I am not personally a fan of the ‘fly-by-wire’ manual focus system, although it does seem to work reasonably well.
  • Pros: Good build quality (Splash resistant), Good optical quality and control; of nasties., Lens hood supplied
  • Cons: Not really wide enough, Electronic ‘manual’ focus, Lens cap fiddly with hood fitted
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Expert Review

4 July 2007
  • Excerpt: With its zoom range of 11-22mm, this lens sounds wide until you put it on an Olympus body, where the 2x crop factor turns it into a 22-44mm lens.
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Zuiko Digital 11-22 mm f/2.8-3.5

4 December 2009
  • Conclusion: Even one year ago, this lens’s test description would look a bit differently. To be as objective as you can we must say clearly that the ZD 11-22 mm is a very good and sharp device, complementing well such lenses as a ZD 14-54 mm or the standard kit 14-42 mm. Apart from that, it is one of few zooms on the market that can give a wide angle of view and f/2.8 aperture in the same time on sensors smaller than full frame.
  • Cons: average picture quality at the frame edge for the maximum relative aperture,, high chromatic aberration at the shortest focal length,, noticeable coma,, work against bright light leaves a bit to be desired.
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Olympus Zuiko Digital 11-22mm f/2.8-3.5

29 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Zuiko Digital 11-22 f/2.8-3.5 to jedna z konstrukcji obecna w systemie Olympus Four Thirds od początku jego istnienia. Został zaprezentowany przez Olympusa w 2003 roku, kiedy to pojawił się pierwszy aparat tego systemu, czyli Olympus E-3. Pomimo tego, że nie jest to nowa konstrukcja, redakcja SwiatObrazu.pl postanowiła przetestować ten obiektyw ponieważ w dalszym ciągu pozostaje ciekawą propozycją dla użytkowników systemu Four Thirds. Zapraszamy do lektury testu.
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Overall 10

Expert Review

1 February 2004
  • Excerpt: Meget god linse. Anbefales!
  • Pros: Lett, liten, høy optisk kvalitet, lite kromatisk feilbrytning. Sprutsikker og solid bygget. Kommer med linseetui og solblender i esken.
  • Cons: Ikke noen som jeg kommer på i farten.
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