m4/3 Lens Chart

The Complete Micro 4/3 Lens List

Panasonic unveiled the micro 4/3 format in September, 2008. Since then, there have been a steady stream of new lenses released for the format. As of July 2014, there are currently more than 60 different lens models available in the micro 4/3 mount, and more are steadily being added.

Below is a listing of all native micro 4/3 lenses currently released or announced. It follows the format used by J. Andrzej Wrotniak's invaluable 4/3 lens list. Generally speaking, any micro 4/3 lens will be fully functional on any micro 4/3 body. There are a few caveats though:

  1. Manual lenses: Samyang, SLR Magic, Tokina and Voigtlander lenses do not have any electronics and so do not communicate with the camera. As a result, they don't support autofocus, the aperture must be set on the lens, and the camera will not record any information about the lens in the EXIF tags.
  2. Software correction: All Olympus and Panasonic m4/3 lenses are automatically corrected for distortion on all micro 4/3 camera bodies. Lateral chromatic aberration (CA) is automatically corrected with all lenses on newer Panasonic bodies (G5 and newer) and newer Olympus bodies (E-M1 and newer). Older Panasonic bodies correct lateral CA only for Panasonic lenses, and older Olympus bodies do not correct lateral CA at all.
  3. Optical Image Stabilization (OIS): Many Panasonic lenses feature OIS. Panasonic cameras and Olympus cameras announced after June 2012 (E-PL5 and newer) support OIS on all those lenses. Older Olympus bodies (E-M5 and older) support OIS only lenses with a physical switch for the OIS. Lenses without that switch are labeled in the table below.
  4. In-body Image Stabilization (IBIS): All Olympus cameras and Panasonic's GX7 camera include IBIS. IBIS can be used with any lens. However, OIS and IBIS should not both be enabled at the same time.
  5. Minimum aperture: the minimum aperture on micro 4/3 and 4/3 lenses is f/22, except where otherwise noted.
  6. Aperture ring: some Panasonic lenses have an aperture ring (the 15/1.7 for example). It works only on Panasonic bodies. On Olympus bodies, aperture can only be set from the camera.
  7. 4/3 lenses: these are not native lenses but can be used on micro 4/3 cameras with an adapter and have varying degrees of functionality. See the 4/3 addendum below.

The list is divided between autofocus and manual focus lenses, and between prime and zoom lenses. It is ordered by focal length. Prices shown are current US prices available from B&H. Focal length (FL) is the actual focal length, so to compare with lenses on 35mm cameras, multiply by 2 (a 20mm lens on a micro 4/3 body provides the same angle-of-view as a 40mm lens on a 35mm film camera). Magnification (Mag) is with respect to the micro 4/3 sensor (size is generally 17.3x13.0mm), so to compare with 35mm cameras, it too should be multiplied by 2. Lens size is given in terms of diameter x length. Lens colors are indicated as B(lack), S(ilver) and G(rey).

Currently available lenses are labeled blue. Lenses that have been discontinued are in red. Lenses that have been announced (or pre-announced) but are not yet available are in yellow.

Autofocus Micro 4/3 lenses

Primes Brand

FL (mm)

Max
aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Panasonic Lumix G Fisheye 8 3.5 0.1 0.2 No 165 61x52 B 6/2010 $700 Fisheye, Rear filters
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 12 2.0 0.2 0.08 46 130 56x43 B/S 6/2011 $800  
Schneider Super Angulon 14 2.0             Early 2015    
Panasonic Lumix G 14 2.5 0.18 0.1 46 55 56x21 B 9/2010 $320  
Panasonic Lunix G II 14 2.5 0.18 0.1 46 55 56x21 B 11/2014 $395  
Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 15 1.7 0.2 0.1 46 115 58x36 B/S 6/2014 $600 Aperture ring
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 17 1.8 0.25 0.08 46 120 58x36 B/S 12/2012 $450  
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 17 2.8 0.2 0.11 37 70 57x22 B/S 6/2009 $300  
Sigma Sigma EX DN 19 2.8 0.2 0.14 46 140 61x46 B/S 3/2012    
Sigma Sigma DN Art 19 2.8 0.2 0.14 46 140 61x46 B/S 3/2013 $200 Functionally identical to the EX version
Panasonic Lumix G 20 1.7 0.2 0.13 46 100 63x26 B 9/2009   min. aperture of f/16
Panasonic Lumix G II 20 1.7 0.2 0.13 46 85 63x26 B/S 8/2013 $430 min. aperture of f/16, functionally identical to the non-II version
Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 25 1.4 0.3 0.11 46 200 63x55 B 6/2011 $600 min. aperture of f/16
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 25 1.8 0.25 0.12 46 140 58x42 B/S 2/2014 $400  
Schneider Xenon 30 2.4             Early 2015    
Panasnic Lumix G Macro 30 2.8   1.0         Early 2015   1:1 macro, OIS
Sigma Sigma EX DN 30 2.8 0.3 0.12 46 130 61x39 B/S 2/2012    
Sigma Sigma DN Art 30 2.8 0.3 0.12 46 130 61x39 B/S 2/2013 $200 Functionally identical to the EX version
Panasonic Leica DG Nocticron 42.5 1.2 0.5 0.10 67 425 74x77 B 2/2014 $1600 OIS, min. aperture of f/16
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 45 1.8 0.5 0.11 37 115 56x46 B/S 9/2011 $400  
Panasonic Leica DG Macro-Elmarit 45 2.8 0.15 1.0 46 225 63x63 B 9/2009 $900 1:1 macro, OIS
Schneider Makro-Symmar 60 2.4 1.0           Early 2015   1:1 macro

Sigma

Sigma DN Art 60 2.8 0.5 0.14 46 190 61x56 B/S 5/2013 $210  
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 60 2.8 0.19 1.0 46 185 56x82 B 9/2012 $500 1:1 macro, weather-sealed
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 75 1.8 0.84 0.1 58 305 64x69 B/S

7/2012

$900  
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 300 4.0             2015   Weather-sealed
Zooms Brand

FL (mm)

Max aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 7-14 2.8     No       2015   Weather-sealed
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 7-14 4.0 0.25 0.08 No 300 70x83 B 3/2009 $970  
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 9-18 4.0-5.6 0.25 0.1 52 155 57x50 B 5/2010 $700 Collapsing
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 12-32 3.5-5.6 0.2 0.13 37 70 56x24 B/S 11/2013 $350 Collapsing, OIS (no switch)
Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 12-35 2.8 0.25 0.17 58 305 68x74 B 6/2012 $1000 OIS, weather-sealed
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 12-40 2.8 0.2 0.3 62 380 70x84 B 10/2013 $900 Weather-sealed
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 12-50 3.5-6.3 0.2 0.36 52 210 57x83 B/S 12/2011 $400 Power-zoom, internal zoom, weather-sealed
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.25 0.24 40.5 150 62x44 B/S 6/2009   Collapsing, discontinued
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital II 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.25 0.19 37 115 57x50 B/S 11/2010   Collapsing, discontinued
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital II R 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.25 0.19 37 115 57x50 B/S 6/2011 $300 Collapsing, functionally identical to the II version
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital EZ 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.2 0.23 37 95 61x23 B/S 2/2014 $350 Power zoom
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.3 0.13 52 165 61x64 B 3/2010 $165 OIS (no switch)
Panasonic Lumix G Vario II 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.2 0.17 46 110 56x49 B/G 3/2013 Kit only OIS (no switch)
Panasonic Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.2 0.17 37 95 61x27 B/G 8/2011 $305 OIS (no switch), power-zoom
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-45 3.5-5.6 0.3 0.17 52 195 60x60 B 9/2008 $300 OIS
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-140 3.5-5.6 0.3 0.25 58 265 67x75 B/S 8/2013 $630 OIS
Panasonic Lumix G Vario HD 14-140 4.0-5.8 0.5 0.2 62 460 70x84 B 3/2009 $450 OIS
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 14-150 4.0-5.6 0.5 0.24 58 280 64x84 B 6/2010 $500  
Tamron Di III 14-150 3.5-5.8 0.5 0.26 52 280 63x85 B/S 6/2014 $590  
Panasonic Lumix G X Vario 35-100 2.8 0.85 0.10 58 360 67x100 B 10/2012 $1500 OIS, internal zoom, weather-sealed
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 35-100 4.0-5.6 0.90   46 135 56x50 B 11/2014 $395 OIS, internal zoom
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 40-150 2.8 0.7 0.21 72 880 79x160 B 11/2014 $1500 Internal zoom, weather-sealed, includes tripod collar
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 40-150 4.0-5.6 0.9 0.16 58 190 64x83 B/S 8/2010   Discontinued
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital R 40-150 4.0-5.6 0.9 0.16 58 190 64x83 B/S 6/2011 $200 Functionally identical to the non-R version
Panasonic Lumix G Vario HD 45-150 4.0-5.6 0.9 0.17 52 200 62x73 B/G 10/2012 $255 OIS (no switch)
Panasonic Lumix G X Vario PZ 45-175 4.0-5.6 0.9 0.2 46 210 62x90 B/G 8/2011 $360 OIS (no switch), power-zoom, internal zoom
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 45-200 4.0-5.6 1.0 0.19 52 380 70x100 B 9/2008 $290 OIS
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital 75-300 4.8-6.7 0.9 0.18 58 430 70x116 B/S 8/2010   Discontinued
Olympus m.Zuiko Digital II 75-300 4.8-6.7 0.9 0.18 58 430 70x116 B 3/2013 $550 Functionally identical to the non-II version
Panasonic Lumix G Vario 100-300 4.0-5.6 1.5 0.21 67 520 74x126 B 9/2010 $600 OIS

Manual Focus Micro 4/3 Lenses

As mentioned above, there are a number of manual focus lenses available for micro 4/3. These lenses have no electronics and so all operations (focusing, setting the aperture) must be performed manually. Note that Samyang lenses may also be branded as Bower, Rokinon and Wallimex. While the labeling is different, the optics are the same.

Primes Brand

FL (mm)

Max
aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Samyang UMC 7.5 3.5 0.1   No 145 64x51 B/S 9/2011 $250 Fisheye
Samyang UMC 8 3.5 0.24   No 450 75x102 B/S 3/2014 $330 Fisheye
Olympus Body Cap Lens 9 8.0 0.2 0.05 No 30 56x12 B 3/2014 $100 Fixed aperture
Rokinon RMC 9 8.0 0.3   No 220 66x57 B 9/2014 $200 Fixed aperture
Samyang NCS CS 10 2.8 0.24   No 620 86x104 B/S 3/2014 $485  
Voigtlander Nokton 10.5 0.95 0.17   72 585 77x82 B 2015   Min. aperture of f/16
SLR Magic Hyperprime 12 1.6 0.15   58 330 60x73 B 11/2011 $500 Min. aperture of f/11, limited availability
Samyang NCS CS 12 2.0 0.2   67 255 73x58 B/S 3/2014 $370  
Samyang UMC 14 2.8 0.28   No 570 87x121 B 12/2013 $300  
Olympus Body Cap Lens 15 8.0 0.3 0.06 No 20 56x9 B/S 10/2012 $50 Fixed aperture
Samyang UMC CS 16 2.0 0.2   77 610 86x114 B 8/2013 $380  
SLR Magic Hyperprime 17 1.6 0.15 0.17 52 340 56x79 B 12/2013   Min. aperture of f/16
Voigtlander Nokton 17.5 0.95 0.15 0.25 58 540 63x80 B 3/2012 $1150 Min. aperture of f/16
SLR Magic CINE 23 1.7           B 2/2013 $400  
Samyang UMC 24 1.4 0.25   77 585 83x122 B 3/2014 $550  
Mitakon AMC 24 1.7 0.15   49 245 62x55 B/S Winter 2014 $290  
Voigtlander Nokton 25 0.95 0.17 0.26 52 410 58x70 B 10/2010 $1000 Min aperture of f/16
SLR Magic Hyperprime 25 0.95           B 2/2013 $650  
Jackar Snapshooter 34 1.8 0.3   37 145 48x53 S 11/2012 $175 Min. aperture of f/16, includes hood
Mitakon AMC 35 0.95 0.3 0.26 58 680 64x82 B 11/2012 $680 Min aperture of f/16
SLR Magic Hyperprime 35 0.95           B 2/2013 $1250  
Samyang UMC 35 1.4 0.3   77 730 83x136 B 3/2014 $500  
SLR Magic CINE 35 1.4 0.3   52 370 ?x70 B 12/2012 $280 Min aperture of f/16
Handevision Ibelux 40 0.85 0.75 0.05   1150 ?x128 B 6/2014 $2400  
Mitakon AMC 42.5 0.95 0.45   49 310 60x53 B/S Winter 2014 $390 Min aperture of f/16
Voigtlander Nokton 42.5 0.95 0.17   52 410 58x70 B 9/2013 $1000 Min. aperture of f/16
SLR Magic Hyperprime 50 0.95 0.6   62 480 53x74 B 7/2011 $1200 Converted C-mount lens, min. aperture of f/16
Samyang AS UMC 50 1.4 0.45   77 555 82x100 B 11/2014    
Samyang UMC 85 1.4 1.0   72 565 78x100 B 12/2013 $300  
Samyang UMC CS 300 6.3 0.9 0.5 55 320 65x74 B/S 9/2013 $280 Mirror lens, fixed aperture
Tokina Reflex 300 6.3 0.9 0.5 55 300 55x66 S 5/2012 $200 Mirror lens, fixed aperture

 

Lens Accessories

  1. Conversion lenses: Olympus and Panasonic both offer a set of screw-in conversion lenses that can be used to conver their kit lenses for fisheye, macro and wide-angle capabilities. Panasonic also makes a tele-converter conversion lens.
  2. Extension tubes: Kenko-Tokina has announced a set of 10mm and 16mm extension tubes for close-up photography. The set is available for ~$200.

Specialty Lenses

In addition to the lenses above which are intended for general-purpose photography, there are a number of lenses available in micro 4/3 mount that are designed for specific uses or effects. These include:

  1. Holga lenses: modeled after the Holga - the original 'low-fidelity' camera - these very inexpensive plastic lenses feature vignetting, blur and other distortions for a distinctive effect. Each lens includes a set of filters and converters.
  2. Lensbaby tilt lenses: the Lensbaby Composer and similar models allow for selective blurring of portions of the image by tilting the focal plane of the lens. They feature a variety of different optics, some plastic, others glass.
  3. Panasonic 12.5mm 3D lens: the Lumix G 12.5mm f/12 lens creates images that are recorded in a special 3D format. It provides a 65mm equivalent angle-of-view.
  4. SLR Magic toy lenses: recently announced by SLR Magic, these lenses provide are intended to provide special artistic effects including fisheye, pinhole and selective focus.
  5. Yasuhara super-macro: the Yasuhara Nanoha is provides microscope-like optics, allowing extreme close-up photograph, with up to 5x magnification of the subject. (similar to Canon's MPE-65). It includes a built-in illumination system.
  6. Zeiss cinema lenses: Carl Zeiss's Compact Prime line is a series of fast prime lenses designed specifically with professional video capture in mind. Features include precise manual focus mechanisms, rugged build and interchangeable mounts. They are priced accordingly.

4/3 lens addendum

The 4/3 system is the ancestor of micro 4/3 and as such Panasonic and Olympus have made some provision for using 4/3 (non micro) lenses on micro 4/3 cameras. This requires an adapter but unlike other adapted lenses, 4/3 lenses do support autofocus, aperture control from the body and other standard functions on m4/3 cameras. As there are a number of high quality 4/3 lenses without current micro 4/3 alternatives, they can be an attractive option. Optics are generally good and many of the lenses are also weather-sealed. Due to the discontinuation of all 4/3 cameras, many 4/3 lenses are available on the secondhand market for attractive prices.

For a full list of 4/3 lenses, please look below.

Limitations

  1. No continous autofocus: aside from Olympus's E-M1, no micro 4/3 bodies can do continuous (tracking) autofocus using 4/3 lenses.
  2. CDAF-optimized lenses: some 4/3 lenses have been updated to better support the contrast detect autofocus (CDAF) system used by micro 4/3 cameras. These lenses support AF on all micro 4/3 cameras, and generally focus reasonably quietly and quickly with good accuracy.
  3. Non-optimized lenses: most 4/3 lenses have not been updated for CDAF. These lenses will autofocus on all bodies except the Panasonic G1, GF1 and GH1. Autofocus is slower and noisier than with CDAF-optimized lenses and accuracy is less certain.
  4. AF speed: on average, CDAF-optimized lenses focus in 1-2 seconds, while the other take anywhere from 2-6 seconds. The exception is Olympus's E-M1 body which focuses all 4/3 lenses at roughly the same speed as native micro 4/3 lenses.
  5. Lens size: 4/3 lenses are larger than m4/3 lenses. Particularly on the smaller m4/3 bodies, ergonomics can be an issue.

Adapters

4/3 to micro 4/3 lens adapters are made by Olympus, Panasonic as well as a few no-name vendors. Functionality is essentially identical and mixing and matching among adapter vendors (say a Panasonic adapter with an Olympus body) is fine. As of this writing, the most affordable name-brand adapter is the Panasonic DMW-MA1 which goes for around $115. Non-brand adapters should work fine, so long as they specify having electronics (purely mechanical adapters will not work).

CDAF-optimized 4/3 Lenses

Primes Brand

FL (mm)

Max aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Panasonic Leica D Summilux 25 1.4 0.38 0.09 62 525 78x75 B 7/2007 $900 Min. aperture of f/16, aperture ring
Olympus Zuiko Digital 25 2.8 0.2 0.19 43 95 64x24 B 3/2008 $250  
Zooms                        
Olympus Zuiko Digital 9-18 4.0-5.6 0.25 0.12 72 275 80x73 B 9/2008 $600  
Olympus Zuiko Digital 14-42 3.5-5.6 0.25 0.19 58 190 66x61 B 9/2006 $250  
Panasonic Leica D Vario-Elmar 14-50 3.8-5.6 0.29 0.21 67 435 75x93 B 8/2007 $600 OIS
Olympus Zuiko Digital II 14-54 2.8-3.5 0.22 0.26 67 440 75x89 B 11/2008 $600 This is the mark II version
Panasonic Leica D Vario-Elmar 14-150 3.5-5.6 0.5 0.18 72 535 79x91 B 11/2007 $1450 OIS, aperture ring
Olympus Zuiko Digital 40-150 4.0-5.6 0.9 0.14 58 220 66x72 B 9/2006 $280  
Olympus Zuiko Digital 70-300 4.0-5.6 1.2 0.5 58 615 80x128 B 11/2007 $400 MFD is 0.9m in MF mode

Non-optimized Autofocus 4/3 Lenses

Primes Brand

FL (mm)

Max aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Olympus Zuiko Digital 8 3.5 0.14 0.22 None 485 79x77 B 1/2006 $800 Fisheye, weather-sealed, no filters
Sigma EX DG Macro 24 1.8 0.18 0.37 77 485 84x83 B 1/2007    
Sigma EX DC 30 1.4 0.4 0.10 62 400 77x59 B 2/2006   HSM, max aperture of f/16
Olympus Zuiko Digital 35 3.5 0.15 1.0 52 165 71x53 B 12/2005 $230 1:1 macro
Sigma EX DG HSM 50 1.4 0.45 0.14 77 505 85x68 B 9/2008   HSM
Olympus Zuiko Digital 50 2.0 0.24 0.5 52 300 71x62 B 6/2003 $500 1:2 macro, weather-sealed
Sigma EX Macro 105 2.8 0.31 1.0 58 450 74x95 B 2/2006   1:1 macro
Olympus Zuiko Digital 150 2.0 1.4 0.13 82 1465 100x150 B 10/2004 $2500 Weather-sealed, tripod mount
Sigma EX DG HSM Macro 150 2.8 0.38 1.0 72 895 137x80 B 2/2006   1:1 macro, HSM, tripod mount
Olympus Zuiko Digital 300 2.8 2.4 0.15 43 3290 127x285 B 6/2003 $6500 Weather-sealed, tripod mount, rear filters
Zooms Brand

FL (mm)

Max aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Olympus Zuiko Digital 7-14 4.0 0.25 0.11 No 780 87x120 B 2/2005 $1800 Weather-sealed
Sigma EX DC HSM 10-20 4.0-5.6 0.24 0.15 77 465 84x81 B 2/2008 $430 HSM
Olympus Zuiko Digital 11-22 2.8-3.5 0.28 0.13 72 485 75x93 B 2/2004 $800 Weather-sealed
Olympus Zuiko Digital 12-60 2.8-4.0 0.25 0.28 72 575 80x99 B 11/2007 $1000 Weather-sealed, SWD motor
Olympus Zuiko Digital 14-35 2.0 0.35 0.12 77 900 86x123 B 2/2008 $2300 Weather-sealed, SWD motor
Olympus Zuiko Digital 14-45 3.5-5.6 0.38 0.16 58 285 71x87 B 10/2004    
Panasonic Leica D Vario Elmarit 14-50 2.8-3.5 0.29 0.32 72 490 79x97 B 7/2006 $850 OIS, aperture ring
Olympus Zuiko Digital 14-54 2.8-3.5 0.22 0.26 67 435 74x89 B 6/2003   Weather-sealed
Olympus Zuiko Digital 17.5-45 3.5-5.6 0.28 0.23 52 210 71x70 B 9/2005    
Sigma EX DC 18-50 2.8 0.2 0.33 72 450 79x86 B 2/2006    
Sigma DC 18-50 3.5-5.6 0.25 0.2 58 245 67x60 B 3/2004    
Sigma DC 18-125 3.5-5.6 0.5 0.19 62 385 70x78 B 9/2004    
Olympus Zuiko Digital 18-180 3.5-6.3 0.45 0.23 62 435 78x85 B 9/2005 $500  
Olympus Zuiko Digital 35-100 2.0 1.4 0.09 77 1650 97x214 B 10/2005 $2500 Weather-sealed, tripod mount
Olympus Zuiko Digital 40-150 3.5-4.5 1.5 0.12 68 425 77x107 B 10/2004    
Olympus Zuiko Digital 50-200 2.8-3.5 1.2 0.21 67 920 83x157 B 6/2003   Weather-sealed, tripod mount
Olympus Zuiko Digital SWD 50-200 2.8-3.5 1.2 0.21 67 995 87x157 B 11/2007 $1200 Weather-sealed, SWD motor, tripod mount
Sigma EX DG HSM 50-500 4.0-6.3 3.0 0.19 86 1650 94x218 B 2/2006   HSM, tripod mount
Sigma DC 55-200 4.0-5.6 1.1 0.19 55 310 70x85 B 3/2004    
Sigma EX DG HSM 70-200 2.8 1.0 0.29 77 1370 86x184 B 2/2008   HSM, tripod mount
Olympus Zuiko Digital 90-250 2.8 2.5 0.08 105 3270 124x276 B 11/2005 $5500 Weather-sealed, tripod mount
Sigma DG 135-400 4.5-5.6 2.0 0.19 77 1245 89x184 B 2/2006   Tripod mount
Sigma EX DG HSM 300-800 5.6 6.0 0.14 46 5880 157x544 B 2/2006   HSM, tripod mount

Manual Focus 4/3 Lenses

Primes Brand

FL (mm)

Max aperture

MFD (m)

Mag Filter (mm) Weight (g)

Size DxL (mm)

Color

Release Date

Price Notes
Samyang UMC CS Fisheye 8 3.5 0.30   None 430 75x80 B 3/2010 $240 Fisheye, no filters
Samyang UMC 14 2.8 0.27   None 560 87x101 B 3/2010 $310  
Samyang UMC CS 16 2.0 0.2   77 585 83x89 B 9/2013 $470  
Samyang UMC 24 1.4 0.25   77 680 83x95 B 8/2011 $500  
Samyang UMC 35 1.4 0.3   77 720 83x117 B 9/2010 $380  
Samyang AS UMC 50 1.4 0.45   77 545 82x82 B 11/2014    
Samyang UMC 85 1.4 1.0   72 520 78x80 B 3/2010 $280  

Last update: September 20, 2014