Panasonic Updates Their Extensive Lumix Lens Collection
Panasonic updates their extensive Lumix lens collection with a new photo showcasing their board line of optics for their Micro Four Thirds Lumix camera system.
I have to say it’s quite impressive and was most likely updated due to the two new lenses recently released. The two new lenses are the 42.5mm F/1.7 which is a cheaper version of their 42.5mm F/1.2 that I absolutely love.
The second lens is a 30mm F/2.8 macro that is less expensive than their 45mm F/2.8 macro.
Combine this with the number of lenses offered by Olympus, which also work with the Lumix cameras, and the Micro Four Thirds category of cameras is showing a huge advantage over Sony and others in terms of how many optics are currently available.
Along with the Olympus lenses we also have many from other MFT manufacturers. Hennigart.com has a very robust chart of all the different options for the MFT camera. Below is a screen shot of their website.
Overall the MFT system is starting to flesh out very nicely. Now if Panasonic would just give us an updated version professional model of the old 100-300mm F/4-5.6. I will be in hog heaven when that lens arrives.