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|Weight||3.07 oz (87 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 2.48 x 1.00" (63 x 25.5 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:46 mm|
|Format Compatibility||Micro Four Thirds|
|Angle of View||57°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||7.87" (20 cm)|
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 40 mm
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:8|
|Camera Mount Type||Micro Four Thirds|
The Panasonic Lumix G 20mm f/1.7 II with a redesigned styling and metal parts, and this gives a very slight improvement in resistance to flare, as well as a slight improvement in contrast.
Same excellent image quality as the original, Improved build with metal construction, Slightly improved resistance to flare, Improved design
Same focus system as old lens, Increased price
This is a very good, fast, prime lens for walking around and general street photography. This lens very closely matches how I see the World around me. The angle of view is a little wide, but, for most purposes, it delivers a very "normal" perspective.
i use it to take some photos of my friends
Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight
This is a great lens for traveling light. Photos are very sharp and the lens is small and unobtrusive. Overall am very happy with this lens.
I bought this lens over the Lumix 25mm f/1.7 lens because I prefer a wider "normal" lens, and so far I've been very happy with it's performance. It seems to be slightly faster focusing that the first version of this lens, which was known to be an AF slow-poke.
The little lens is just awesome. Small but certainly not a toy. I can produce great results all while keeping your camera nice and compact. The Lumix G 20mm f1.7 II ASPH is one of the little gems of the Panasonic line-up.
Love this little lens. It is lightweight, compact and takes sharp photos. Only downside is autofocus is not lightning but totally acceptable.
I bought this to be my main lens. The whole idea of having a smaller mirrorless camera is portability.I use my camera for hiking up a 1200 foot mountain in the morning to film the sunrise.