Olympus 11-22mm F2.8-3.5

carterru

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A while ago, after posting some pics if my gear, a user on this forum asked for sample pictures.

My thoughts...

* Focusing - (on the E-M10), very slow comparing to what we are used to, but nails it eventually. Easy to manually focus with peaking. If set to F8 and 11mm, nearly the whole scene in focus.

* Sharpness - Not as good to what I am used to, like 17mm F1.8, 45mm F1.8. Little worse then the kit lens.

* Everything else - Good, no complaints.

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tonyturley

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Agreed it doesn't seem to be quite as sharp as the 14-54 Mk II. Hard to tell from just one outing, however.

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