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Camera 1 | Blackmagic Design Micro Cinema Camera | http://amzn.to/2nvoSjH
Camera 2 | Z Cam E1 | http://amzn.to/2oBZfC6
Camera 3 | GoPro Hero 5 Black Edition | http://amzn.to/2guL5fp
Camera 4 | Ricoh GR II | http://amzn.to/2lvrA7Y
This is a special lens, for the micro four thirds system. A lens so wide, so light, so economical, has not existed until now. Personally, I produce more content with a lens when it is: Light, so I have it with me even when I’m not expecting opportunities. Economical, so I am willing to use it in situations where it could be lost or damaged. Easy to operate, so handling the lens does not interfere with my creative process. Optically interesting, so I can discover its character and learn to use its strengths. This is exactly such a lens! It’s nominal optical performance peaks in the range f/5.6-f/8. By default I use f/8. For video, on my Black Magic Design Micro Cinema Camera, or my Z-Cam E1, I use mostly f/5.6-f/8. For photography, if near constant edge-to-edge detail is important for the impact of the image -rarely- I would lean towards f/11. If light is a little low, f/5.6. F/4 is best when minimizing the ISO setting is a priority. I just love the straight diverging lines of…