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    the 25 but for micro

    Hi

    anyone hear of any rumblings of there being something like the the 25 f2.8 but for micro 4/3rds? Something like that would be nice... I know of the 17 but that's perhaps a little wider than I was thinking

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    Re: the 25 but for micro

    Pellicle, There are plenty of choices and the question is intriguing to me since I have been shooting with 25mm lenses ever since the G1 debuted.



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    Re: the 25 but for micro

    Hi

    sorry ... should have been more specific

    an AF pancake lens which like the 25 fits snugly onto my camera (much like the 17 does)

    I'd love something like that for a GF-1 or E-P1 :-)

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    Re: the 25 but for micro

    Quote Originally Posted by pellicle View Post
    Hi

    sorry ... should have been more specific

    an AF pancake lens which like the 25 fits snugly onto my camera (much like the 17 does)

    I'd love something like that for a GF-1 or E-P1 :-)
    Well, the GF1 should ship with the Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 ...

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    25mm with AF? :sleep006:

    Yes... MF is uncomfortable...

    ... but looks much better!





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