A fast, normal prime designed for Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras, the Lumix G 25mm f/1.7 ASPH. from Panasonic is a 50mm equivalent lens featuring a bright f/1.7 maximum aperture for enhanced low-light shooting and depth of field control. One UHR (Ultra-High Refractive Index) element pairs with two aspherical elements to reduce spherical aberrations and distortions for consistent edge-to-edge sharpness and illumination. A Nano Surface Coating has been applied, too, and helps to reduce flare and ghosting for increased contrast and color fidelity. The optical construction also helps to realize a compact overall form factor, measuring just 2"-long and weighing 4.4 oz. Benefitting both stills and video capture, this lens also incorporates a stepping motor for smooth, quiet autofocus performance that is compatible with Lumix cameras' high-speed contrast-detection focusing systems.
- Micro Four Thirds System Lens
- 50mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f/1.7 to f/22
- One Ultra-High Refractive Index Element
Panasonic Lumix G 25mm f/1.7 Overview
Panasonic Lumix G 25mm f/1.7 Specs
|Focal Length||25mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 50mm)|
|Lens Mount||Micro Four Thirds|
|Lens Format Coverage||Micro Four Thirds|
|Angle of View||47°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.84" / 25 cm|
|Optical Design||8 Elements in 7 Groups|
|Diaphragm Blades||7, Rounded|
|Filter Size||46 mm (Front)|
|Dimensions (ø x L)||2.39 x 2.05" / 60.8 x 52 mm|
|Weight||4.41 oz / 125 g|
|Package Weight||0.435 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.4 x 3.3 x 3.2"|
Panasonic Lumix G 25mm f/1.7 Reviews
Better & sharper than kit lens
Simple all around lens. Good enough for portrait photos and walk around city. Sharp and bright photos. Great budget lens.
Needed a replacement for my Sigma 19mm and this fits the bill. Quick, sharp focus and stopping down to 2.8 everything is sharp uacross the frame. Not worried about low light. Used it for landscape and street with no problems. Thanks Panasonic.
Images comes out great! But...
I use this lens with the Black Magic Pocket CC 4K. If I leave the lens on and turn on the camera, everything works great. But if I change the camera setting (like switching from 4K to HD), the lens will start to make clicking sound (and the electronic iris will not work. As in the option to change the iris just disappear.) I usually solve this by twisting the lens tighter. Or just shut off the camera, take out the lens and then putting it back on, then turn the camera on. Other than that, images looks great!
Really solid medium lens.
AF and iris control for bmpcc 4k good lens at a good price.
Nifty Fifty for 4/3 cameras
A decent normal lens; performs well for the price.
Exactly what I expected
The Pany 25mm lens is a size that I didn't have and when the great sale price came along, I jumped on it. The lens is sharp and B+H gpt it to me in just a few days. Good work folks.
Very Nice Lens For The Money
Nice little lens. Its plastic construction, but feels very sturdy. The lens hood performs well and mounts backwards when in your camera bag. The aperture and IQ are what you would expect from a decently priced prime lens, that is to say very fast and very sharp. Overall very satisfied. This lens and the Panny 14mm f/2.5 are a great combination.
Hard to beat for the price
I shoot 50mm prime a lot in my work and recently bought a Lumix G9 as my go to knock around camera for when I'm out riding. Paired it with this guy on the cheap to get a feel for camera capability especially in low light. I stacked it against my feels like meter relative to my Nikon Z5 + 50mm prime power duo. Honestly the low light and clarity is fantastic especially for the price point. I love that the depth of field is so forgiving. It makes getting bokeh while doing run and gun very easy if you push composition but not overbearingly so. Back off and getting isolation without the background totally falling apart is straight forward. It's sharp, fast, and cheap enough you can take it anywhere you wanna go and feel relatively safe. I'd recommend it most for street photographers or portrait photographers getting started in their careers.
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