Reviews and Problems with Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL 11~22mm F2.8~3.5
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Can't go wrong
20 November 2015
Summary: Love this lens, everything about it. I wanted a super wide angle lens for my landscape and macro photography and this covers it all. Crisp, clear and the colors are perfect photos every time. I was going back and forth with the 14-54mm lens and with much research decided to buy the 11-22mm.
Summary: I will simply echo Craig's review. I've owned 4 Olympic bodies since '09. Along with that I've also owned the 14-54 mm first generation and extensively played with the most beautiful 12-60 mm legend!! Oh and I was married to the 50mm.
Summary: Yeah, the 43 system is defunct but the 11-22mm was and remains one of the stars of the system. This lens covers a small range but it does so with very little distortion. It is faster than the 7-14 and much less prone to lens flare. It is reasonably sized and takes a standard 72mm filter.
Summary: I have had this lens for over three years now, and Love It !! I have been using it on an E-500, and it gives truely great images. Now I have started using it on an EM-5, and the results with it are even better.
Summary: The 11 - 22mm F/2.8-3.5 it can either give off a great wide angle shot for that wave crashing on the beach or that up close shot of a beautiful flower in the summer, this lens does have a tiny bit of distortion, not so much of the sides when in the widest focal mm but more in the stretching of the...
Summary: Heavy lens compared to my two kit lenses. Big enough that it blocks the built-in flash on my e-510 causing a strange shadow in the pictures. Since I always shoot with an FL-36R or other off-camera flash it's not an issue.
Pros: Very crisp images, very little distortion. For landscapes / architectural shots it's amazing. Great low-light shots at f2.8!
Cons: Not enough distortion? If you want a lens that creates artistic warping on wide, don't buy this.
Summary: This is a wonderful lens! I've been a Zuikoholic for decades, and was bemoaning having to switch to N/C, when the 4/3rds system came out. I waited out the E-1, not feeling inspired by any of the glass, especially at the wide end.
Pros: Super image quality, no linear distortion near edges.
Cons: I would rather have had two prime lenses, each with an extra stop and less weight.
Summary: I like to shoot wide-angle lens, and I bought this lens even before I got my E-500! I chose this over the 14-54. Then, I just have to wait for the right time to get the E-500 with the 40-150 on the used market. My luck to get a 2-month old 40-150 with the E-500 purchase for RM2800 (USD760).
Pros: - excellent build, - fast at wide, - no vignetting, - fast focus, - rectilinear, - quiet motor
Excerpt: Tämä objektiivi on tuottanut minulle eniten iloa Olympuksen 4/3 järjestelmän objektiiveista.
Pros: Erinomainen resoluutio ja kontrasti sekä keskellä että reunoilla kautta koko polttovälialueen. Valovoimainen, kohtuullisen kokoinen ja painoinen. Sujuvatoiminen ja vankka, vesitiivis rakenne. Tuottaa hienot värit.