The EF-M 11-22mm f/4-5.6 IS STM is the latest addition to Canon’s two dedicated EF-M mount lenses for the EOS M, which launched with the company’s first compact system camera in July 2012. Unfortunately for our North American readers, it seems this lens will have a limited release and won’t be offered in the USA, where the EOS M hasn’t sold as well as expected (in line with other compact system cameras in that market).
A second-generation 10x zoom lens that is smaller, lighter, faster and less-expensive.
The PEN E-P5 is the new ‘top dog’ for the Olympus PEN line of mirrorless compact system cameras. Equipped with the same 16-megapixel sensor and TruePic VI image processing engine as the OM-D E-M5, the E-P5 is a more substantial beast than the E-P3 model it replaces, although its body styling hasn’t changed substantially. But, in line with modern trends, the new camera brings integrated Wi-Fi to the PEN series.
The fastest standard zoom lens available for Micro Four Thirds system cameras boasts effective image stabilisation plus dust-and splash-proof construction.
The smallest and lightest full-range f/2.8 telephoto zoom lens with dust- and splash-proof construction for M4/3 cameras.
A smaller, lighter, more affordable update to the Olympus 75-300mm zoom lens, which features professional-grade multi-coating and a re-styled exterior.
A simple triplet lens that replaces the camera’s body cap and makes M4/3 cameras more pocketable.
The first zoom lens for Fujfilm’s X mount cameras covers a popular standard zoom range with maximum apertures between f/2.8 and f/4.
A telephoto zoom lens with a lever-driven power zoom that can be used for shooting still and video clips.
A high-quality extended zoom lens for Four Thirds System DSLRs.Panasonic’s new Leica D Vario-Elmar 14-150mm lens was announced at the end of August 2007 but has only recently become available locally. Although designed by Leica, it is fitted with Panasonic’s Mega O.I.S. optical image stabiliser and Venus Engine LSI microprocessor. Developed for the company’s Four Thirds System DSLR cameras, it is the first Leica D lens to extend to the equivalent to 300mm in 35mm format.