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And here is the next Olympus Full Frame lens patent: 20mm, 24mm and 35mm f/1.4 lenses!


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After the 28mm FF f/2.0 patent Egami spotted another new Olympus Full Frame lens patent describing three new lenses:

  1. 20mm f/1.4
  2. 24mm f/1.4
  3. 35mm f/1.4

The patent shows detailed optical performance graphs. All three lenses have huge distortion and chromatic aberrations. But Olympus probably did choose to have them corrected in camera anyway.

Such kind of patent opens many questions: Is Olympus going to launch a new system at photokina? Will Panasonic also be on board of it?

Source: Egami.

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