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    Default Panny triumph again with lenses... (42.5 F1.2 and 150mm F2.8)


    Exclusively since August 2012.
    Bodies: G3, G5, GH3
    Native: S7.5, P7-14, P12-35, P14, PL25, O45, P35-100
    Legacy: Zuiko 28/2.8, 50/1.8, 135/3.5


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    Now you've done it! My desk is covered in drool!

    Edit: slated for release in "2013-2014"

    Still, lovely concept lenses.
    GX7, P20 (on loan), PL25, P45-150, P100-300
    NEX6 w/MF lenses and RX100

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    Panny are definitely coming up with the goods on lenses. Their latest offerings (although they may not be out for 18-24 months) are turning into a format that enthusiasts can get well and truly excited about.
    Exclusively since August 2012.
    Bodies: G3, G5, GH3
    Native: S7.5, P7-14, P12-35, P14, PL25, O45, P35-100
    Legacy: Zuiko 28/2.8, 50/1.8, 135/3.5


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    Woah. That 45/1.2 looks interesting to me, for sure. I wonder if it is a Leica design?
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    I imagine they would have mentioned if Leica was involved...but who knows!

    The 150 is more of interest to me than the 42.5, only because I know that length isn't of much use to me...but portrait shooters rejoice!
    Olympus OM-D E-M5
    Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm F2.8
    Panasonic Leica Summilux 25mm F1.4
    Panasonic Lumix 45-175mm F4-5.6


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    Quote Originally Posted by krugorg View Post
    Woah. That 45/1.2 looks interesting to me, for sure. I wonder if it is a Leica design?
    maybe... Would be nice but the extra aspherical element in the leitz design going to be pricey. It'll probably be a more standard large aperture design to keep the cost down.




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    Damn... I'd kill for both.

    I thought Voigtlander would be the first with the ultra-fast 42.5!
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    Soooooo....where do I pre-order the 42.5?! :D


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    Both with OIS... nice.


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    Cool stuff... I don't think I have a need for either lens at present, but I do hope the 150mm f/2.8 + 35-100mm f/2.8 zoom means a teleconverter will also appear for m4/3 soon. That would seem more logical with longer, fast lenses. I could potentially even see replacing the 100-300 with the 150mm and a 2x teleconverter if the quality is reasonable, since the 100-300 is almost always racked out to 300mm when I use it
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