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Olympus M.Zuiko 17mm Micro 4/3 Prime Wide Angle Lens

Item #: ZDL17
$299.99
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Recommended for Blackmagic cinema cameras



A wide-angle pancake lens with a convenient focal length (equivalent to 34mm on a 35mm camera) for shooting everything from landscapes and portraits to close-ups. A slim design with an overall length of just 22 mm ensures the camera remains compact and easy to carry even when the lens is mounted. With its digital-dedicated design and superior performance this lens maximizes the camera's performance for clear, high-quality imaging.

Compatible Micro Four Thirds digital cameras.
Minimum system requirements: Specifications

Focal Length 17mm (35mm equivalent focal length 34mm)

Lens construction 6 Elements in 4 Groups, including Aspherical Lens

Angle of View 65 Degree

Closest Focusing Distance 0.2m

Maximum Image Magnification 0.11x (35mm equivalent Maximum Image Magnification 0.22x)

Minimum Field Size 118.2 x 158.3mm

Number of Blades 5 (Circular Aperture Diaphragm)

Maximum Aperture F2.8

Minimum Aperture F22

Filter Size Diameter 37mm

Dimension Diameter 57 x 22mm

Weight 71g

Box Contents Lens Cap(LC-37), Lens Rear Cap(LR-2) , Instruction Manual, Olympus Worldwide Warranty Card
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