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The Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 15mm F1.7 ASPH is a premium quick wideangle prime for Micro Four Thirds cameras. It offers an edge of perspective comparable to 30mm on full edge, and components a gap ring at the front of the barrel. It's additionally little in distance across to coordinate the modest DMC-GM1 camera, with which it will be offered as a pack. It'll be accessible in silver or dark.
The Panasonic Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH is a quick direct wide-edge lens for the Micro Four Thirds framework. Offering a 35mm camera equal central length of 30mm, the Panasonic 15mm lens is involved 9 components orchestrated in 7 bunches, including 3 aspherical components. It highlights a unique Nano Surface Coating to minimize ghosting and flare and an iris stomach with seven adjusted opening edges.
Outline and Performance:
The Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH is little and light for a lens offering a 35mm proportional central scope of 30mm, effectively fitting in the palm of your hand. It's an extremely smaller issue for a lens that offers a wide-edge central length and such a quick most extreme gap, measuring only 36mm long, and it's likewise light at just 115 grams.
The Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH lens may have a considerable amount of plastic parts, yet the lens mount is, thankfully, made of metal. Panasonic does not assert any kind of climate resistance for this lens, and for sure you can't see an elastic seal around the mount. As far as elements, the highlight is the conventional manual gap ring on the lens barrel, which permits you to set the opening in 1/3 stages, complete with full gap markings from f/1.7 to f/16. The gap is likewise appeared in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen as you change it. The material gap ring is pleasantly damped and makes an unmistakable snap as you change the setting. It flips between auto opening control (the ring is set to An) or manual gap control (the change is set to one of the gap values).
Helpfully the lens accompanies a lens hood and a fabric stockpiling sack, and it acknowledges 46mm channels. Less conveniently, you need to take the extra ring off the front of the lens before fitting the roundabout formed lens hood, and it can't be converse fitted onto the lens, making it more hard to securely store away when not being used.
The Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH lens offers totally quiet auto-centering, and being used we found the framework snappy on the DMC-GX7 camera.
The 46mm channel string does not pivot on center, which is uplifting news for clients of polarisers and graduated impartial thickness channels.
Manual centering is conceivable in a center by-wire design. This ought not put you off utilizing it as it feels quite normal being used, and really empowers the camera to show an amplified perspective of the subject naturally, without you pressing a devoted catch or enter the menu. Regardless of the little size of the lens, the center ring is sufficiently wide and more than satisfactory for the employment.
Bokeh is a word utilized for the out-of-center regions of a photo, and is typically portrayed in subjective terms, for example, smooth/rich/unforgiving and so on. In the Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH lens, Panasonic utilized a stomach with 7 adjusted sharp edges, which has brought about exceptionally pleasant bokeh, in any event as we would see it. Be that as it may, perceiving that bokeh assessment is subjective, we have given a couple of case to your examination.