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Standard zoom and mid range Lenses with focal lengths larger than 12mm, but no longer than 60mm, includes standard zooms and portrait primes plus some macro lenses.

 
 
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Old 10th March 2014
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Re: Comparing the new 12-40 Pro with the 12-60 SWD on an E-M1

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Now that we have some better weather and I have a 12-40, 12-35 and 12-60 all at the same time I will re-shoot the samples (especially as the original 12-60 sample quality wasn't 100%).

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