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Wide angle Lenses with focal lengths shorter than 14mm.

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Old 28th July 2012
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Recommend a good Prime

Hi all,

I am looking at picking up an OMD M5 and having never owned an m43 camera or Olympus before, was wondering which primes people would recommend.

On my current Canon setup I find the "nifty fifty" (50mm F1.8) to be a very versatile lens and was wondering which would be the recommended equivalent for the OMD.

I have heard good things about the Panny 24mm pancake and it reasonably priced but I was wondering what people's recommendation would be.

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50mm, panasonic, pancake

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