Olympus 7-14mm f2.8 PRO M.Zuiko Digital ED MFT Micro Four Thirds Lens

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Olympus 7-14mm f2.8 PRO M.Zuiko Digital ED MFT Micro Four Thirds Lens

Ideally suited for: Landscape, nature, low-light and architecture - equivalent to a 14-28 mm 35 mm lens

  • Compact, lightweight and stable construction for shooting under various conditions
  • Continuous light intensity of 2.8 for all focal lengths
  • Ideal resolution even with open aperture
  • Outstanding image quality, despite very compact design
  • Ideal processing and high quality metal bayonet
  • ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) coating


A versatile wide-angle zoom for Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras, the M.Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm f/2.8 PRO from Olympus is a 14-28mm equivalent lens featuring a constant f/2.8 maximum aperture for consistent performance throughout the zoom range.

A suite of aspherical, extra-low dispersion and high-refractive index elements are featured within the optical design and help to minimize spherical and chromatic aberrations throughout the zoom range for increased clarity and sharpness.
Additionally, a ZERO coating has been applied to control flare and ghosting for improved contrast and colour fidelity. A weather-resistant design benefits handling in trying conditions while an L-Fn button offers lens-based control over various settings. Additionally, a Movie & Still Compatible autofocus system achieves fast, smooth, and silent focusing performance to benefit both photo and video applications.


As a fast, high-performance wide-angle zoom, this Micro Four Thirds lens pairs an optimized optical layout with refined physical details to excel in a variety of working conditions.

A Wide-angle 7-14mm zoom lens offers a 14-28mm equivalent focal length range for Micro Four Thirds digital cameras.

Constant f/2.8 maximum aperture maintains consistent performance throughout the zoom range and benefits working in difficult lighting situations.

The lens construction incorporates two aspherical ED (extra-low dispersion) elements, one DSA (Dual Super Aspherical) element, one aspherical element, three

Super ED elements, one ED element, and two HR (high-refractive index) elements into its design to minimize aberrations, distortion, and colour fringing while also contributing to overall image sharpness, clarity, and colour fidelity.

A ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) coating has been applied to individual elements to minimize lens flare and ghosting for improved contrast and colour fidelity when working in strong lighting conditions.

Movie & Still Compatible (MSC) autofocus system benefits both photo and video applications due to its smooth, quiet, and fast performance
Programmable L-Fn (lens function) button for easily accessible settings adjustment.

Dust, splash, and freezeproof construction ensures this lens' performance in inclement conditions and harsh environments.

Built-in petal-type lens hood helps to alleviate stray light from causing flare and also adds some protection from accidental impacts to the front element.

Rounded seven-blade diaphragm produces a smooth bokeh quality.

Focal Length Range 7-14mm
35mm Equivalent 14-28mm
Angle of View 114° (wide) -75° (tele)
Minimum Focusing Distance 0.2m
Maximum Aperture f/2.8
Filter Maximum Aperture 2.8
Minimum Aperture f/22
Maximum Image Magnification 0.12x
Diaphragm 7 blade circular
Lens Function Button [L-Fn] Yes
Lens Sync IS No
Lens Coating Yes (ZERO Coating)
Filter Diameter N/A
Dimensions 78.9mm x 105.8mm
Weight 534
Type Zoom Lens
   

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Understanding: Aperture

Aperture is the opening in a camera lens that controls how much light enters the camera. It's measured in f-stops like f/2.8 or f/8. Lower f-stop numbers mean wider openings, letting in more light and creating a shallow depth of field (blurry background). Higher f-stop numbers mean smaller openings, letting in less light and creating a larger depth of field (more of the scene in focus). Aperture also affects the quality of out-of-focus areas in the image (bokeh).

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Fisheye Lens: Ultra-wide perspective, creates unique images.

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Understanding: Manual and Autofocus

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