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Olympus 60mm f2.8 ED Macro M.ZUIKO Digital Micro 4/3 lens
Fast aperture of 1:2.8
Robust, lightweight design
Dust- & splashproof
Display for shooting distance and magnification
Internal focus system and floating lenses
Fixed body length internal focus system with MSC mechanism
Comfortable shooting with manual focus
System accessories for enhanced macro photography
Looking to take macro shots in high resolution with striking contrasts and supreme detail? The M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 60mm 1:2.8 Macro lens delivers all of this and more, excelling above all in terms of image quality, versatility and resilience. Being a dedicated macro lens, it lets you take shots at close range in true (1:1) life size, as well as offering you continuous focusing from this distance to infinity. Built with incredible precision, it features an internal focus system with floating lenses that is capable of producing equally high image quality when shooting macro, landscapes, portraits, and more. Create shallow depth of field effects with its open aperture and really show off the contrast between razor-sharp details and circular bokeh that this lens creates. As well as being technologically sophisticated inside, it is also built to last on the outside - with a dust- and splashproof outer body and specialist protective coating for the lens glass itself. You can also enjoy the focus dial to easily change the possible focus range (0.19-0.4m or 0.19m-infinity or 0.4-infinity). On top of this a special display indicates the actual focus distance for more control of your shots. Plus there’s the option of acquiring an automatic lens hood, which can slide up and down to reduce flare and protect your lens.
60mm (35mm equivalent focal length 120mm)
13 elements in 10 Groups - ED lens, 2 HR lenses, E-HR lens
Dust & Splash Proof
Angle of View
High-speed Imager AF (MSC)
Closest Focusing Distance
Maximum Image Magnification
1.0x (35mm equivalent Maximum Image Magnification 2.0x)
Minimum Field Size
13 x 17mm
Number of Blades
7 (Circular Aperture Diaphragm)
Diameter 56 x 82mm
Lens Cap (LC-46), Lens Rear Cap (LR-2) & Instruction Manual
So small and light, stunningly sharp for macro, but also makes a great lens for portraits. What's not to like about it. It's a cracker and at a very reasonable price when you see the alternatives. Highly recommended!
13 October 2016
24 October 2016
10 out of 10
Olympus user 50 years
The OMD E-M1 when used with this lens has built in focus stacking which is very useful. Compared to the standard 50mm 4/3 macro it is faster focussing and often you can use af when manual focussing would have been needed on the older lens. It doesn't require an adaptor to fit. It doesn't require an extension tube for 1:1. It also weighs less. It is very sharp. The focus limiter is excellent.
09 May 2016
22 May 2016
7 out of 10
I do not mind.
It takes good pics.
No real instructions as with any of my Olympus lenses but this one I find difficult on the Macro setting as it is spring loaded and I am not able find anyone on YouTube who seems to know how it works. My 12x40 Pro and 4x150 Pro lenses were easy to get the hang of but I seem to get better pics with my 12x40. I am an amateur so it is probably all down to me having senior moments!
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