Best m43 zoom lens for WWL-1? in Photography Gear and Technique Posted August 11 On 4/5/2018 at 5:33 PM, Draq said: Cannot use that lens with the WWL, but it is a great lens in a 170 or 180 dome if 12mm is wide enough for you. I tested the WWL last week with the 14-42 EZ lens. It worked fine and corners were better than eitther 7-14 lenses in a 170 or 180 dome, but overall I felt the shots looked a little soft. In a few weeks I will test it with the Panasonic "Lumix G Vario 14-42 II lens. My research suggests this is probably the best zoom lens for the WWL-1 unless you want the 12-50 for its macro feature. I am a little concerned about excessive CA using the Panasonic lens on an Olympus body, but hopefully that won't be a problem. Of course, sample to sample variability between lenses can make a big difference, so a different 14-42 Ez may have been more impressive. I may try a different one when I can get the time, but I suspect the Panasonic will be the best choice. I hear the 12-32 might be a good choice, but can only be used from 14 or 15mm up, so I am not sure there is much value in that. For what it is worth, and for those looking for ultrawide (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel) (weitwinkel), FOR ME, I see little value in using a lens like a 15mm in the WWL-1. Just get the 8mm fisheye and a 100mm or 140mm dome. If you don't like fisheye, the E-M1 ii now has a de-fish feature, although I have not tried it. Hi Draq, did you find any worth while difference between the 14-42EZ and the Pani 14-42mm Mk2 ?? Im using the WWL-1B with the Oly 14-42EZ.