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Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

Continuing my clear-out of the photography cupboard, here are my 12-32 f3.5-5.6 [now OHPF] and 35-100 f4.0-5.6 super-compact zooms, released for the GM1 and GM5 m4/3 bodies.

Both collapse down to a ridiculously small size. I got them first when I had a GM1, but latterly I've been using them on my E-M5ii, with which they've made a fantastically-compact travel kit, especially when combined with the Panasonic-Leica 15mm f1.7.

Both are mint (although embarrassingly dusty in the images below - sorry).
I'm including the auto collapsing lens hood with the 12-32, and the 35-100 comes boxed with papers. Caps included.

They are very capable considering their size and weight (unsurprisingly not as sharp as their f2.8 equivalents in the image corners, but they are fully usable and you do need to pixel-peep to see that).

Reviews:
http://admiringlight.com/blog/review...-f3-5-5-6-ois/

http://thedigitalstory.com/2014/12/p...ns-review.html
https://www.ephotozine.com/article/p...--review-26467
https://www.camerastuffreview.com/pa...sonic-35-100-4
http://admiringlight.com/blog/review...mm-f4-5-6-ois/

12-32 130 [OHPF]
35-100 130 [still available - close offers considered]
250 for the pair
All by bank transfer, and including insured P&P to UK Mainland.
I'm happy to consider offers for combinations of the items I'm currently advertising in this forum.

The E-M5ii in the following images is, unfortunately, not included.
12-32
12-32 2 by drmarkf, on Flickr
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12-32 6 by drmarkf, on Flickr
12-32 by drmarkf, on Flickr

35-100
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35-100 5 by drmarkf, on Flickr
35-100 by drmarkf, on Flickr
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

Any idea how well the 12-32 would work on an E-M5 Mk I? I'm thinking of one for use on mine for paragliding. I shoot Raw+JPG, but it would be nice if the JPGs didn't have too much CA or distortion. The old camera wouldn't have the corrections for this lens I assume.
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

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Any idea how well the 12-32 would work on an E-M5 Mk I? I'm thinking of one for use on mine for paragliding. I shoot Raw+JPG, but it would be nice if the JPGs didn't have too much CA or distortion. The old camera wouldn't have the corrections for this lens I assume.
I've enlisted the help of Dr Google, and he tells me this:

https://cyleow.blogspot.co.uk/2014/0...om-d-e-m5.html

Looks like to get correction you need the Oly jpeg processing engine found in the M10 and M1 and later, otherwise you need to shoot in raw. Raws may be auto-corrected if your raw processor supports that, or you'd need to set up a profile. I've just checked Capture One Pro 10 and it doesn't have a built-in profile, for example.
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

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I've enlisted the help of Dr Google, and he tells me this:

https://cyleow.blogspot.co.uk/2014/0...om-d-e-m5.html

Looks like to get correction you need the Oly jpeg processing engine found in the M10 and M1 and later, otherwise you need to shoot in raw. Raws may be auto-corrected if your raw processor supports that, or you'd need to set up a profile. I've just checked Capture One Pro 10 and it doesn't have a built-in profile, for example.
Thanks Mark, as I feared. I've had the Pana 12-35 f2.8 for years, and kept that to the E-M1 because of the CA. I was happy using the 35-100 f2.8 on the E-M5, as that has very little CA. I could use the 12-32 on the E-M1, but that rather negates the compact size.

I might try and pick up a cheap GM1 with the lens. Good luck!
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

OK, no probs.
Still available...
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

I'd forgotten about these...
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

I found a black 12-32 in perfect condition recently, which goes better with my black bodies. On the E-M5 without the grip, it's tiny, and sharper than I expected. I can't see a lot of difference from my 12-35. There is some PF against the light around branches etc, but easily dealt with in LR. The E-M1 does control the PF a bit better with the lens corrections built-in as expected. Altogether, I'm very impressed.

I've already lost the tiny lens cap though, so have a black JJC automatic cap on order, which will be perfect for use while paragliding.
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

12-32 now OHPF.
35-100 still available...
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Re: Panasonic 12-32 and 35-100 zooms

Both now sold, many thanks.
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