Sorry, after an extended hiatus, I've updated the listings again. I'm going to need to think a bit about what makes sense for the manual-focus m4/3 category as the numbers are becoming a bit overwhelming and there are an increasing number of 'toy' and 'cinema' lenses which probably aren't of general interest.
Hi, Archive.org has a copy, at
I've been adding some of the newer lenses to this spreadsheet. I've also been adding more detail. While it remains very much a work in progress, I think that it's likely as comprehensive a list as anything else available online. As of this moment 167 native lenses are included.Since it seems that DH's site is offline (and apparently has been for several months) as was wrotniak's site when I checked this weekend (looks to be back up today), I took the liberty of compiling the information in these sources into a Google Sheet. I created this spreadsheet as much for my own use as anything, but I figured I'd share it in case any of you might find it useful.
Micro 4/3 Native Lenses
There is missing the three Kowa lenses: http://www.kowa-prominar.com/product/prominar_lenses/mft_spec.htmlMan, I knew there were lots of m43 lenses out there, but I had no idea just how many options we had until I tried to list them all.
I think now that I've got all of the low hanging fruit, i.e. all of the lenses listed by the major retailers. The list is up to 198 lenses! And that doesn't include any of the cine-specific options, which I think probably deserve their own list.
Micro 4/3 Native Lenses (Google Sheets)
As ever, please let me know if you notice any omissions or if you have feedback on ways this could be made more useful.
EDIT (8/11): The list now includes over 230 photo lenses. In addition, I've added a separate list for cine lenses which includes basic info on almost 60 lenses. Finally, there's a third sheet for Four Thirds that includes almost 50 lenses.