Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 17mm f/1.2 PRO Lens

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Key Features: Olympus 17mm f1.2 M.Zuiko Digital ED PRO Lens
Professional, reliable prime with Micro Four Thirds mount
Constant, bright maximum f/1.2 aperture for beautiful bokeh
High-precision, quick AF to ensure you never miss a shot
Perfect for landscapes, architecture, documentary and low-light photography
Dustproof, splashproof and freezeproof (-10°) construction for long-term operation in every kind of terrain
Aspherical lens elements and ED-DSA (Extra-low Dispersion Dual Super Aspherical) lenses compensate for chromatic aberration, distortion and colour bleeding
20cm close focusing distance and a maximum image magnification of 0.15x
Specifications:

Focal length: 17mm (35mm equivalent approx. 34mm)
Maximum aperture ratio: F1.2
Minimum aperture ratio: F16
Lens construction: 15 elements in 11 groups
Z Coating Nano technology
Dustproof, splashproof and freezeproof (-10°C)
Angle of view: 65 degrees
Closest focusing distance: 0.2m
Maximum image magnification: 0.15x, (35mm equivalent approx. 0.3x)
Minimum shooting range: 115.3 x 86.7mm
Number of aperture blades: 9 (circular aperture diaphragm)
Dimensions: Diameter 68.2 x 87mm
Weight: 390g
Filter size Diameter: 62mm
Attribute Value
Aperture Blades:9
Enlargement Ratio:0.15X
Filter Thread Size (mm):62
Focal Length – Tele (mm):17
Focal Length – Wide (mm):17
Lens Mount:Micro Four Thirds
Maximum Aperture – Tele:1.2
Maximum Aperture – Wide:1.2
Minimum Aperture:16
Number of Lens Elements:15
Number of Lens Groups:11
Size (mm):68.2 × 87mm
Weight (g):390
MF switch:Yes

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