Micro Four Third Lenses
Micro Four Thirds lenses are compact, lightweight and more portable than full-frame camera equivalents, without any loss in quality or performance. They are available in standard zoom, telephoto zoom and prime lenses. We have a fantastic range of Micro Four Thirds lenses, here at Clifton Cameras, including Olympus, Panasonic, Samyang and Sigma.
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Micro four third lenses and camera systems are popular for many types of photography. Wildlife and sports photographers can take advantage of the micro four-thirds crop factor (x2) over full-frame 35mm DSLR and mirrorless cameras by effectively doubling their focal length on their telephoto zooms. The crop factor essentially doubles the focal length of any lens mounted to a micro four-thirds camera system. Street and travel photographers can take advantage of the saving in size and weight of a mirrorless micro four-thirds camera and lens without any loss in image quality or performance.
Many micro four third brands such as Olympus, Panasonic, Samyang and Sigma have a PRO range of lenses that offer exceptionally high-quality design and build. For example, the Olympus 150-400mm M.Zuiko Digital ED F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO lens and Panasonic 12-60mm f3.5-5.6 ASPH POWER O.I.S Lumix G Vario Lens both include professional-level image stabilisation that can also work in conjunction with the mirrorless camera in-built image stabilisation.
Micro four thirds camera systems have a larger sensor than compact cameras, providing better performance in low-light and exceptionally better dynamic range and image quality. Micro four-thirds systems take advantage of interchangeable lenses so the user has a huge range of lens choices available to them. This can include standard zooms, primes, telephoto zooms and even macro or fish-eye lenses.