Published Sep 1, 2021
We’ve been using Panasonic’s new Lumix S 24mm F1.8 L-mount lens for the last few days, and generally we like what we’ve seen thus far. The only negative we’ve found in our initial shooting is occasional flare – check out the results for yourself, in our sample gallery.
View our Panasonic Lumix S 24mm F1.8 gallery
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