Here are the Top 43 Best Micro Four Thirds Lenses we’ve reviewed, and scored – perfect if you want high-quality lenses for your Micro Four Thirds camera.
The Micro Four Thirds system is an open system that anyone can join, and therefore there are cameras and lenses from a large range of companies, all sharing the same lens mount. For example, you can use Olympus Micro Four Thirds (sometimes shortened to MFT or M43) lenses on Panasonic Lumix G cameras, and vice versa. You’ll also find Micro Four Thirds lenses made by Sigma, Samyang, Voigtlander, Leica and many others.
The Sigma 28-70mm F2.8 DG DN Contemporary ($899) is a relatively compact zoom lens for full-frame cameras. It's smaller and Read more
The Sony FE 50mm F1.2 GM ($1,999.99) is the first ultra-bright aperture lens from the company, following similar entries from Read more
We’re told that the Leica 24-70mm f2.8 ASPH SL will even say “Made in Japan.” Iguess it was inevitable that Read more
Almost a decade after Sigma inaugurated its 'Global Vision' line of lenses with the original 35mm F1.4 'Art', the company Read more
Sigma has announced its 35mm F1.4 DG DN Art lens for Sony E and Panasonic/Leica/Sigma L-mount cameras. This is a new mirrorless Read more
Sony has expanded their lens range with the new ultra-wide angle Sony FE 14mm f1.8 G Master lens. Here are Read more
Sony has introduced the FE 14mm f/1.8 GM lens for its full-frame E-mount cameras. The lens is surprisingly compact and lightweight: approximately 1/3 the Read more
The new Sony 14mm f1.8 G Master lens is indeed real, and we’re pretty excited about it. In a meeting Read more
Back in March, Sigma issued a notice on its website informing customers of a potential issue with select units of Read more
Sigma took everybody by surprise when in 2019 it announced the FP, the smallest full frame mirrorless camera to date, Read more
The Sony FE 24mm F2.8 G ($599.99) is one of a new batch of compact primes for the company's full-frame Read more
The Sigma FP L has put an end to the leaks with its official announcement – and as expected, it's Read more