- Minimum focus distance 7.5 cm
- High-Speed Imager AF
- Bright f2.8 Aperture
- Dedicated Fn button
PRO-LEVEL PRECISION There’s a lot of very sophisticated technology tucked inside the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO lens. 14 individual lens elements in 11 groups featuring 3 Super ED lenses, 1 ED lens and 2 EDA lenses work in complete harmony to reduce chromatic aberration for pinpoint-sharp starscapes. And Olympus’ proprietary Z.E.R.O. (Zuiko Extra-Low Reflecting Optical) coating practically eliminated ghosting and flaring in back-lit scenes. A LENS FOR ALL SEASONS Weatherproof seals in 11 separate locations on the lens body make the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO lens virtually impervious to dust and moisture. Capture stunning images of nature in the raw without worrying about ocean spray, waterfalls or torrential downpours! MACRO SCOPE The M.Zuiko PRO 7-14mm’s working distance of just under 2.9 inches (7.5cm) from the front edge of the lens – allows you to move in tight on macro subjects, while the lens’s ultra-wide field of view captures more of the background for added drama. Maximum image magnification is 0.12x (0.24x 35mm equivalent). THE SILENCE OF THE LENS Videographers and street shooters will really appreciate the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO’s unique MSC (Movie-Still Compatible) mechanism, which provides swift, nearly silent autofocus operation. Capture candid shots without startling your subjects, and enjoy the full spectrum of sound in filmed scenes without the distracting “whirr” of the lens element moving back and forth as the focus shifts. SHOOT IT YOUR WAY If you like adjusting camera settings on the fly, the M.Zuiko 7-14mm f2.8 PRO makes it as easy as pushing a button – the L-Fn button. Assign any of 27 functions to the button, which is positioned right on the lens barrel for easy access. Another cool feature is the Manual Focus Clutch mechanism; switch instantly between auto and manual focus by simply pulling the focus ring toward you.
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