The Phoblographer recommends Lenses for Micro Four Thirds, but don't read if you're a fan of m43 zoom lenses though, because they're deemed 'mediocre at best'.

Also recommended is the Tokina reflex 300mm POS IQ challenged lens (due to mirror/reflex technology limitations), that the writer obviously thinks is better than the Panasonic 100-300mm? Yeah, right.

"For those of us who like to take pictures of small things with great magnification, or close-ups of stuff like flower blossoms, a macro lens is a must. Panasonic has the Leica-branded 45mm f2.8 to offer, while Olympus recently introduced the 60mm f2.8 (which is much smaller in reality than it seems). Both allow for 1:1 magnification, and both

have focus limiters. The one of the Olympus is a bit more sophisticated with four focus ranges to choose from, while the Panasonic lens has only two to offer. Additionally, the Olympus lens has a combined distance and magnification scale and is also cheaper. The Panasonic, however, has ‘Leica’ written onto it … Both double nicely as portrait/short telephoto lenses."

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