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Super GT Round 4 Malaysia 2009
Last year I'm able to visit the Sepang F1 Circuit pit lane. It was an awesome experience to me as I can get very close to the machines and of course, race queens... Read More...
D.I.Y. Fisheye Lens
Since I bought my E-500, I had been dreaming of a fisheye lens. But until now, I still cannot afford one. What I like about the fisheye lens are the effect of the round distortion and it can cover super ultra wide angle of sight... Read More...
Lomo Smena 8m
The word "Smena" (Cmeha) is roughly translated into "Young Generation" in English. True to its name, the Smena line of cameras were designed to provide inexpensive, accessible, and excellent photography tools to the hard-working young Soviets of the time... Read More...
Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park
Not long after i bought the Olympus Macro Flash System, I went to Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park to test out the system for outdoor macro photography... Read More...


Zuiko Digital 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 ED Lens Review

Image Source: had just posted lens review of Olympus's Zuiko Digital 14-42mm F3.5-5.6 ED, the diminutive kit lens supplied with their lower end DSLRs such as the new E-420. Announced in September 2006 to accompany the launch of the E-400, it shares that camera's defining characteristic, being remarkably compact in size. Indeed it takes advantage of the relatively small size of the Four Thirds sensor to be comfortably one of the smallest and lightest DSLR zoom lens currently available, great for those users who wish their camera systems to be as portable as possible. Click for the review...

Olympus tend to produce good kit lens for their lower end DSLRs. As you can see from the photos in my blog, most of them captured using the old kit lens, Zuiko Digital 14-45mm F3.5-5.6, it gives good, decent and satisfying result, at least to me. From the sample photos, this new lens is also giving the similar result compared to its predecessor... :)

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