I've had the Sigma 60mm f2.8 DN lens for a month and I just love this thing! This lens has been out for about a year now but it hasn't gotten much attention at all. I have a feeling it's being overlooked due to it's 60mm focal length. It's sandwiched right between the Olympus 45mm f1.8 and 75mm f1.8 lenses (exactly 15mm between each). Honestly I find the 60mm FL great for portraiture, the 75mm is amazing but it is a little tough to work with sometimes due to its long FL. I got it for portraiture, which it excels at, but I'm finding it pretty useful for other stuff too! I really don't want to be too wordy with this, instead I'll just say what I like and don't like, and put up lots of pictures! The Good 1. Rendering: Sharp. Punchy. Great contrast wide open. Nice bokeh. This thing produces really nice images and it's very noticeably different from the Olympus rendering. 2. Price: This lens is around $230 dollars. For it's performance it's a bargain. If you want a long portrait lens but don't have the money for an Olympus 75mm, get this lens. It will get you close for 1/4 the price. Amazing. The Bad 1. Start up delay. When you turn on your camera it takes a good two seconds for the lens to activate. It's not a deal breaker but it might annoy some people. 2. f2.8 aperture. Ok I've seen the comments about how "f2.8 is not good enough for Micro Four Thirds". I am not in that camp and this lens can handle most situations wonderfully. However I can't help wonder how much more desirable this would be if it was at f2. I bet Sigma would sell a lot more of these. Then again it probably wouldn't cost $230 bucks. Anyways that's my quick and dirty review. On with the pictures! 306/365 Spring Beauty by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr A nice day in the garden by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Blossom by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr 315/365 A picnic to remember by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Table with a view by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Male Model by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr 327/365 Essentials of Philosophy by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr On the prowl by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Wonder by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Some non-portraits: Reclaim by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Pop by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Standing out by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr Paloma by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr 334/365 All by myself by Vincent-F-Tsai, on Flickr So in conclusion: I LIKE IT A LOT. Of course we all shoot differently and have different needs, so what works for me might not work for you. But there is no question this is a good lens. I can only hope Sigma would stop dipping their feet in m4/3 and just jump in fully with a dedicated lens. However, if they can't sell this lens for $200 bucks I'm not holding my breath for future commitments from them.