Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 12mm f/2.0 Lens



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The lens features a Movie-Still-Compatible autofocus system for silent focusing even when tracking a subject in video. Along with autofocus, manual focusing is possible through a snap ring on the lens body that features a distance indicator. The lens focuses from 7.9" to infinity and accepts 46mm filters.

Wide-angle 12mm prime lens with a 35mm equivalent focal length of 24mm

Fast f/2 maximum aperture creates a shallow depth-of-field and is useful in low-light conditions

The lens construction of 11 elements in 8 groups includes DSA, aspherical, Super HR, and ED glass elements, all of which minimize chromatic aberrations for greater clarity and color accuracy in your images

Seven-blade circular aperture

Snap ring allows you to manually focus the lens and it features a distance indicator

Full metal construction

Attribute Value
Lens Type:Wide-Angle Prime
Focal length - wide (mm):12
Focal length - tele (mm):12
Max aperture - wide:2.0
Max aperture - tele:2.0
Minimum aperture:22
Minimum focus distance (m):0.2
Image stabilisation:No
Sensor format:Micro Four Thirds
Lens mount:Micro Four Thirds
Lens elements:11
Lens groups:8
Aperture blades:7
Filter thread (mm):46
Autofocus motor:High-speed AF with MSC technology
Focus mechanism:Inner focus with screw drive mechanism
Colour:Black
Size:56 x 43mm
Weight (g):130
Hood Model:LH-48

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