Olympus Zuiko M. ED 45mm f/1.8

Olympus Zuiko M. ED 45mm f/1.8
$400
45 mm
autofocus prime lens
f/1.8
  • Generic motor Built-in focus motor

compatibilitywith digital cameras

Four thirds (2.1x crop factor)

This lens is compatible with Four thirds (2.1x crop factor) cameras such as the Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5, Olympus E-M10 II and Panasonic DMC-GX80.

Panasonic Lumix DC-GH5
21.8°
horizontal angle of view
93.5mm
35mm equivalent focal length

Pros

The Olympus M. ED 45mm f/1.8 vs other Digital camera lenses

Aperture Wide aperture Help
f/1.8
Diameter Small diameter Help
46 mm
Wide minimum Good narrowest aperture Help
f/22
Auto focus Supports autofocus Help
Easier to use
Prime lens Prime lens Help
Typically very sharp

Cons

The Olympus M. ED 45mm f/1.8 vs other Digital camera lenses

Image stabilization No image stabilization Help
Risk of blur
Magnification Poor macro Help
1:9.1 (0.1)

Specifications

General

Min focal length
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45 mm
Max focal length
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45 mm
Zoom range
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1x
Magnification
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1:9.1 (0.1)

Aperture

Wide maximum
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f/1.8
above average above average
Wide minimum
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f/22
Tele maximum
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f/1.8
above average above average
Tele minimum
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f/22

Features

Auto focus
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Yes
above average above average
Focus motor
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Generic motor
Image stabilization
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None
Fisheye
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No
Tilt-shift
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No

Form factor

Lens mount
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Micro Four Thirds
Length
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56 mm
above average above average
Diameter
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46 mm
above average above average
Filter size
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37 mm
Weight
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116 g
above average above average

Angle of view

Wide horizontal
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22.6°
below average below average
Telephoto horizontal
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22.6°
Wide vertical
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17.1°
below average below average
Telephoto vertical
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17.1°
Wide diagonal
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28.1°
below average below average
Telephoto diagonal
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28.1°

Competitors

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Chris Sellers (8:35 PM, March 07, 2013)
...in a word - "brilliant"! I dare to suggest that this lens rivals my Leica Summilux 50 mm f 1.4 - despite the different focal lengths - and that DOES take into account the micro 4/3 16.1 megapixel sensor of my OM D