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The 50/2 is a Full Four Thirds lens, so the Olympus MMF-3 adapter must be used to mount it on a Micro Four Thirds camera like the Olympus OM-D E-M5. For a user with both Micro Four Thirds and Four Thirds, the Olympus 50/2 might appeal for its ability to be used on either camera body.
Build quality is solid; this is a nice lens.
One of the brightest Zuiko Digital lenses is this large aperture medium-telephoto macro lens. It is equivalent to 100mm on a 35 mm camera, good for maximum image magnification of 0.52x (equivalent to 1x life-size on a 35mm camera).
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