I recently wrote about being able to carry three lenses with my tiny Panasonic GM-5 camera in a nice, small bag. One lens is always on the GM-5 and that is usually my Olympus 25mm prime lens. The other two, then, are the Panasonic 35-100mm, f/4-5.6 and The Panasonic 12-32mm, f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens.
Since the Panasonic GM-5 is a micro four thirds camera, it has a 2x crop factor. That means that you multiply the stated focal length of a given lens by two. So, in effect, in this little Mountainsmith bag, I'm carrying around lens power that will give me a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 24mm through 200mm. I am including an image shot at the widest, 24mm, focal length and the longest focal length of 200mm. In addition, I have included a collage that shows the extremes of the zoom lens along with a shot taken with my great Olympus 25mm, f/1.8 lens.
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