A medium-wide, fast prime lens for the Leica T camera.
A body cap with built-in ‘fisheye’ lens that covers a 140 degree field of view and a fixed aperture of f/8.
A new Olympus kit lens that is less than half the length and weight of the original kit lens but boasts a metal mounting plate and near-silent focusing and zooming.
The fastest autofocusing and optically stabilised portrait prime lens released so far for the Micro Four Thirds System.
A fast medium telephoto prime lens that is compact and light to carry and available in M4/3 and Sony E mounts.
A fast wide-angle prime lens for M4/3 and NEX compact systems cameras.
A pancake-style prime lens with a similar field of view to normal human vision and a high-torque DC coreless AF motor.
A fast, moderately wide-angle prime lens that is designed to maximise the performance of the Fujifilm X-Trans CMOS sensor.
Owners of Olympus OM-D EM-5 bodies will rightly see the E-M1 as a worthwhile upgrade option.
Sony’s Sonnar T FE 35mm f/2.8 ZA (SEL35F28Z) lens was announced concurrently with its two new ‘full frame’ interchangeable-lens compact system cameras. Designed by Zeiss, this lens carries a ‘Made in Japan’ label and is specifically for Sony’s E-mount. It’s supplied with an interesting lens hood, which, instead of flaring outwards, actually shades the front element, leaving a purpose-designed aperture to let in light without interfering with image creation.