Published Jun 9, 2021
The Olympus 8-25mm F4 Pro is a portable, weather-sealed zoom lens for everyday shooting on Micro Four Thirds bodies. Offering numerous special elements and coatings, the 8-25mm F4 Pro is no kit lens. See if it made the cut in this latest episode of DPReview TV.
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The new Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 8-25mm F4 Pro offers Micro Four Thirds shooters a really useful 16-50mm equivalent focal range. Compact and weather-sealed, it’s especially well-suited for landscape and nature photography.We take a hands-on look at the new Olympus 8-25mm F4 Pro lens to see what it has to offer. Find out why it will appeal to both photographers and videographers who use the Micro Four Thirds system.
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