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Buying a Standard Lens

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Dear friends,

I am a newbie in photography and I have just learned about it for about a month (although I have had a passion for it for a couple years). Currently, I am learning photography with a mirrorless camera, Olympus OM-D E-M10 Mark II and its kit lens (14-42mm F3.5-5.6 EZ).

After using the lens for quite a while, although it is undoubtedly quite good for learning, I feel that the pictures that I take using the lens is not sharp enough and the taken pictures often showed some chromatic abberations. Therefore, I am thinking of buying another lens.

Following my thought, after some internet searching, I am determined to buy a standard lens. I am considering of buying Panasonic Lumix G 25mm F/1.7 ASPH, which has got many positive reviews and is affordable to me.

What do you think about my decision? Do I make a right decision? Should I buy a standard lens to learn further? If so, will Panasonic Lumix G 25mm F/1.7 ASPH be a good purchase for a newbie like me?
Date: Jan 6, 2017   


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