The Olympus OM-System Zuiko Auto-W 24 mm f/ 2.0
The Olympus OM-System Zuiko Auto-W 24 mm f/ 2.0 is the world's first lens with the lens speed of 2 for that focal length.
Angle of view: 84 °
The lens has a built-in system of automatic focusing correction (floating elements) to minimize aberrations at close distances.
Earlier versions of this wide-angle lens were called the J. Zuiko Auto-W 24 mm f/2.0, and the later version, presented in 1978, was called the Zuiko MC Auto-W 1:2 f/=24 mm.
The abbreviation MC appeared in 1978, though it does not mean that early versions had not had multi-coating, because all Zuiko 24mm F2 lenses were multi-coated, but they may not have been designated МС.
The chief advantage of the Olympus OM-System Zuiko Auto-W 24 mm f/ 2.0 isa wide angle of view with high lens speed and splendid image quality, which makes it an excellent choice for shooting landscapes, architecture, as well as for candid photography and so on.
Being a high-quality wide-angle lens, it has a perfect price-quality relationship
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Posted by: Dionisius Date of publication: 22.01.2012