Constant f/2.8 aperture
With the addition of the M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO, the PRO series now provides a constant maximum aperture of f/2.8 from ultra wide-angle to telephoto.
M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO
Focal length: 14-28mm (35mm equivalent)
M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-40mm f/2.8 PRO
Focal length: 24-80mm (35mm equivalent)
M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO
Focal length: 80-300mm (35mm equivalent)
Several fantastic features, including the dustproof and splashproof construction, let you enjoy shooting at any location.
Compact and lightweight, while being bright and ultra wide-angle
The short flange focal distance of a compact system camera and Olympus-original optical technology allow this lens to be compact and lightweight while being bright and ultra wide-angle. With the release of this lens, the compact, lightweight, and high-performance M.Zuiko PRO series now covers a range of 14-300mm (35mm equivalent).
|Comparison||Competitor A (SLR lens)||M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO|
|Focal length (35mm equivalent)||14-24mm||7-14mm (14-28mm)|
|Dimension (diameter x length)||φ98 X 131.5mm||φ78.9mm X 105.8mm|
|System total weight||4250g||2265g (approx. half of SLR system weight)|
Dustproof, splashproof and freezeproof performance for reliable operation even in severe environments
This lens features hermetic sealing in 11 locations that powerfully protects against ingress of dust and water droplets. It also features excellent freezeproof performance, making it a perfect lens for professional photographers who shoot in severe enviroments.
Hand-held wide-angle nightscapes made possible by the f/2.8 brightness and powerful OM-D image stabilisation
This lens boasts the brightness of f/2.8 at all focal lengths. When combined with the OM-D E-M1/E-M5 Mark II equipped with 5-axis image stabilisation, hand-held wide-angle nightscapes can be captured.
Amazing optical performance
Comatic and chromatic aberrations that tend to occur at the edges of images when shooting with a wide-angle lens are thoroughly removed. This type of optical performance proves to be crucial when shooting photos of starry skies.
Brightness is maintained to the edges of the image and light points are captured as actual points
ZERO Coating thoroughly eliminates ghosts and flares
ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) Coating is applied to the lens surface to thoroughly eliminate ghosts and flares, known to be difficult to reduce because of their high transparency. ZERO Coating boasts clear image quality even under challenging conditions such as backlit situations.
Highly resistant to ghosts even under strong light sources
Excellent resolution from the maximum aperture setting
This lavish lens design thoroughly removes aberrations and ghosts. This lens has the most powerful combination of lens elements among all Olympus lenses, with 3 Super ED lenses, 1 ED lens, and 2 EDA lenses, which remove chromatic aberration around the edges of images. By including a large DSA lens element, sagittal comatic aberration is also removed. And finally, the ZERO coating introduced above thoroughly minimizes ghosts.
- ED (Extra-low Dispersion) lens
- EDA (Extra-low Dispersion Aspheric) lens
- Super ED lens
- Aspherical lens
- DSA (Dual-super Aspheric) lens
- HR (High Refractive index) lens
Outstanding resolution that supports the 40 M High-res Shot
The M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO is the perfect lens when you want to use the 40M High-res Shot feature available on the OM-D E-M5 Mark II. It provides excellent resolution making the image taken using 40M High-res Shot absolutely stunning.
Close-up abilities that utilize the background
Close-up shooting of 20cm from the imaging sensor and 7.5cm* from the end of the lens is now possible. You can experience brilliant macro shooting with background expression unique to wide-angle lenses.
- When shooting at wide-end
This lens is equipped with a function (L-Fn) button and manual focus mechanism for instantly switching between shooting styles. These features ensure comfortable control.
MF Clutch that provides instant switching between auto and manual focusing
By pulling the focus ring toward you, the lens instantly switches to the preset focus position.
Assign functions to the L-Fn button to suit your shooting style
Select one of twenty-seven functions to assign to the L-Fn button which is now located on the lens barrel. This makes it possible to change settings with a single press of your thumb.