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17mm f/1.2 PRO M.Zuiko


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Brand: Olympus
Focus: Auto
Mass (g): 390
Length (mm): 87
Filter (Ømm): 62
Optics: 15/11
AOV ˚: 65
Macro: 0.149
Min. Focus (mm): 200


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