Olympus M.ZUIKO Digital 17mm F1.8 Black Detail ReviewThe Olympus M.ZUIKO Digital 17mm F1.8 Black Manual Focus Lens is one of the most innovative lenses that has been released for almost a decade. It is a prime lens, which allows users to be able to enjoy good quality photography from a normal zoom lens. This is one of the reasons why it has become so popular and so sought after amongst all the other normal zoom lenses which have been released in the market. With this lens, photographers are able to enjoy high quality photos as well as great performance. All you need to do is keep on experimenting with different techniques and you will find the lens works best for you and for your photography. Digital SLR cameras such as the Olympus M.ZUIKO Digital 17mm F1.8 Black manual focus lens are the best lenses to be used by professionals and amateur photographers alike. They have made a great leap forward in terms of performance and efficiency with the introduction of this lens. The flexibility of being able to zoom in close or far without having to use the zoom functions, as well as being able to use manual controls to focus on the subject and a variety of other features is also another benefit that makes the lens so popular. The combination of the lightweight design, the ability to manually control focus and the ability to use manual controls to focus the lens to make the M.ZUIKO a really handy lens to have. The versatility of the lens makes it highly desirable for any photographer regardless of their skill level. When it comes to using the M.ZUIKO the user is able to select between a wide variety of focal lengths and then manually adjust the depth of field of the lens. This is an extremely useful feature for those photographers who need to take photographs at various distances from the subject. While the M.ZUIKO will give you the flexibility to focus on any part of the subject, it will make the job of manually focusing the lens much easier. Most other lenses will not provide you with this option. The modern digital cameras allow the user to focus on the subject using the built in auto focus system, but this may be a little cumbersome as you may find yourself looking through the viewfinder more than the subject. A good example of this is when you are taking photographs of fireworks. In order to ensure that the fireworks are in focus, you may have to look through the viewfinder whilst taking the photograph. With the M.ZUIKO you can set the focus to auto and if you have a slightly blurred photo, it will automatically focus on the fireworks at the start of the fireworks display. The M.ZUIKO is also built to a standard which allows you to adjust the diopter, which is a small but very useful feature that allows you to adjust the depth of field. For example, if you need to focus on a particular object and it is far away from the camera, you can apply this adjustment to get the image as close to the object as possible. The M.ZUIKO is a semi-professional grade lens, as the user will have to focus on different parts of the scene, using different amounts of manual controls. This will mean that the user will find themselves switching from different settings to different settings in order to focus on the same subject at different distances. The M.ZUIKO lenses are an excellent choice for professionals who do not want to get up and move around the studio, because it is easy to take photographs as well as taking photographs in different locations. If you feel that the convenience of being able to focus on different parts of the scene is important, the M.ZUIKO lens should be one of the most important pieces of equipment you have bought
Nikon Z6 Kit (Z 24-70) with FTZ adapter
I’ve only had this camera for a little over a month, but so far I love it. I’m still learning about all of the functions and capabilities and the kit just completes it Perfectly. I am a hobby photographer, and this camera is definitely more than acceptable for professional use.So it is Great for intermediate or pro photographers and I hope this helps you out in deciding to buy this kit.
Posted By: Marc Gagnon