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Olympus 45mm F1.8 Lens $260.68 Delivered (AU Stock) @ No Frills Camera eBay

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Very good price for a very good portrait lens for the m43 format.

This lens has been around for a while now but is still rated very highly for its cost. Sample reviews here and here

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  • +2 votes

    I don't have any of the really expensive MFT glass, but this is my favourite MFT prime.

  • +2 votes

    This and 75mm are beautiful

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    Has anyone ever used this for video? Pancake lens 14-42mm works fine with video stabilization on EM-10 Mark III, but for some reason it doesn't work on this 45mm prime lens.

  • +1 vote

    this is like 90mm on FF. Portrait lens?

    • +1 vote

      Friend, yes. you doublt m43 to get its ff equivalent. I was excited for a second, if only it was ~20mm.

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    I was waiting for that. Being ages that I want to dump the standard lenses on my only. Shame it's not weatherproof but ti is excellent value.

  • +1 vote

    One of my favourite MFT lenses, but really too bad, I feel like MFT is now stuck. Olympus is really neglecting the regular market, and only focussing on the pro end. The EM5 is so out dated, and I doubt I can expect anything revolutionary aside from it adopting stuff from the EM1 or EMX

    • +1 vote

      I'm not sure what you mean? My Olympus setup EM10 mk2 with a kit lens, and a couple primes has barely cost me a thousand bucks a few years ago and does anything my poor amateur skills could ask it to.

      When you say regular market, what do you mean? Am I a pro?

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        He means that most recent Olympus lenses and cameras are expensive, heavy, and aimed at 'pros', unlike the awesome em10ii (which I also own), which is well priced, small, light, and still very capable.

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        I am more referring to the fact that Olympus has used the same sensor repeatedly, and have just upgraded the processor and dials for the past 3 gens for the EM10 at least. It just wasn't the innovation level that the EM5 had when that came out. Like ISO Performance is still terrible. And with so much competition out there, they actually lag behind significantly. I mean yeah if it suits your needs for what you take then fair enough, but it's not like they've reduced the EM5 MkII to a price where it belongs now considering how behind it is compared to the competition.

    • +2 votes

      Switch to Panasonic then and keep your lenses. I'll probably move from my E-M1 to the Panasonic G9.

    • +3 votes

      I have to disagree. Lenses were always expensive in general. M43 make them cheap with high quality. My mark ii do everything I need. I know a bloke that still uses his for weddings/events (although with top lenses). I certainly don't need 4k video or full frame sensor today. Tbh I usually update every 10 years - the thing that made me happy was jump to m43; no more exclusive backpack for camera stuff!

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      Agreed… Been waiting for EM5 Mk3 .. now I made the jump to another system instead…

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    That's an awesome lens

  • +1 vote

    2014 i remember posting a deal of this lens and it was $275…

    The price hasn't changed much!

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    I think they are discontinuing this lens or capture the market back? Olympus is giving it away with a new Oly body purchase.

    https://www.olympus.com.au/Olympus/media/Promotions/Olympus-...