Is the Panasonic 12-35mm II worth it?

The Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 II is a highly versatile lens for Panasonic shooters, for both photographers and videographers alike, and Micro Four Thirds users deserve to consider this model if they need a high-end 24-70mm -eq. f/2.8 lens.

Is the Panasonic h-hs12035 a powerzoom?

Panasonic has now addressed this with a lens it’s labelling H-HS12035 – an optically-stabilized 12-35mm F2.8 in its premium ‘X’ range. Unlike Panasonic’s previous X lenses, the 12-35mm is not a powerzoom, instead featuring a conventional rotary zoom ring as favoured by stills photographers.

What is the latest Lumix firmware firmware version?

LUMIX FIRMWARE UPDATE Model Firmware Version Release Date DC-S1H Ver.2.4 31 March, 2021 DC-S1 Ver.2.0 6 April, 2021 DC-S1R Ver.1.8 6 April, 2021 DC-S5 Ver.2.2 6 April, 2021

What are the firmware versions of the Lumix Micro Four Thirds mirrorless camera?

LUMIX Micro Four Thirds Mirrorless Camera. GH5 Firmware Version 2.6 [LEARN MORE] / GH5S Firmware Version 1.4 [LEARN MORE] / G9 Firmware Version 2.0 [LEARN MORE] 1. Expanded compatibility with Profoto wireless transmitters [GH5] [GH5S] [G9] • Profoto wireless transmitters “Air Remote TTL-O/P” and “Profoto Connect-O/P” can be used.

Should you buy the Nikon 12-60mm or the 12-35mm?

Offering a 24-120mm-eq focal length range, the 12-60mm is inherently more versatile as an all-on-one lens solution; and you get an f/2.8 lens at the wide-end of the zoom range, which is nice. The lens offers fast, linear-motor-powered AF, built-in image stabilization, weather-sealing, and it’s $100 less expensive than the 12-35mm f/2.8 II.

What is the best lens for my Panasonic camera?

POWER O.I.S. Lens from Panasonic is designed for Micro Four Thirds cameras, where it provides a convenient 24-70mm equivalent focal length range. A constant f/2.8 maximum aperture affords consistent performance throughout the zoom range, and benefits working in difficult lighting conditions as well as enables greater control over depth of field.

What is the difference between 12-35mm and 24-70mm?

It is true that a 24-70 F5.6 would project the same /total/ amount of light (per image, not per area) as a 12-35 F2.8 on mFT but what that means in terms of ultimate image quality comes down to what camera you mount it on. The 12mm wide angle on this 12-35 is not as wide as the 12mm on the Panasonic LX7.