Reviews and Problems with Olympus ZUIKO DIGITAL 11~22mm F2.8~3.5
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Undeniably Still My Favorite Lens, Period!
4 March 2013
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.
Optique Zuiko de qualité et amplitude intéressante
12 August 2013
Excerpt: De 11 à 22mm, c'est à dire équivalent 22-44 mm pour un 24x39 donc il couvre toutes les focales grand angle en descendant très bas (22mm en 24x36) et une bonne luminosité. Qualité optique Zuiko.