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Panasonic Leica 10-25mm F1.7 Lens £1,401.65 @ UK Digital (plus £200 Cashback Available)
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Panasonic Leica 10-25mm F1.7 Lens £1,401.65 @ UK Digital (plus £200 Cashback Available)

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Posted 30th Dec 2019Edited by:"apreading"

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Hard to find this lens discounted from its normal £1799. Park Cameras at the moment have a code for 15% off bringing it down to £1529.15

UK Digital has 15% off AND a cheaper price to start with *Instant Discount!* Save An Extra 15%USE CODE PANAXMAS15 On This Lens. Offer Ends 06.01.2020. making a total of £1401.65

Plus at the moment Panasonic are doing a lens cashback (and a 3 year warranty) which gives you £200 cashback, making the total £1201.65 promotions.panasonic.co.uk/pro…ns/

Edit - forgot to mention, there is a free 77mm UV filter too - not sure how good but it says Schott glass on the box so should be reasonable.

While this wont be for the mainstram buyer, its a bargain for this particular lens.
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Want the ultimate wide mini zoom? The this is what you have been waiting for! The Panasonic LEICA DG VARIO-SUMMILUX 10-25mm / F1.7 ASPH. (H-X1025) is the latest MFT mount lens. Boasts a large F1.7 aperture throughout the entire 20-50mm (35mm camera equivalent) zoom range with exceptionally high optical performance clearing the stringent LEICA standards. Suitable not only for shooting stills but also for video to satisfy both professional photographers and videographers.

The constant F1.7 high-speed aperture provides beautiful bokeh and outstanding image quality. Covering a focusing distance from wide angle to standard zoom range, the LEICA DG VARIO-SUMMILUX 10-25mm / F1.7 ASPH. functions as a multiple fixed focal length lens providing the same or an even higher level of image quality than prime lenses can offer. It is suitable for a variety of daily shooting situations, from dynamic landscapes to low-light , dispelling the need to change lenses depending on the situation.

Comprising 17 elements in 12 groups, the lens system features three aspherical lenses and four ED (Extra-low Dispersion) lenses that will effectively suppress axial chromatic aberration and chromatic aberration of magnification. Spherical aberration and distortion are also corrected by the aspherical lenses for stunningly high resolution. The use of such elements and the optimum design of the lens system results in a compact size and light weight despite its outstanding optical performance.

Compatibility with a maximum 240-fps high-speed sensor drive realises high-speed, high-precision auto focusing. Notably, the new lens excels in video recording performance. In addition to the silent operation achieved by the inner focus drive system, the step-less aperture ring and micro-step drive system in the aperture control section help the camera to smoothly catch up to brightness changes when zooming or panning. The optical design achieves exceptional barycentric stability to minimise image shifts during zooming. Adoption of a focus clutch mechanism enables instant AF/MF switching and accurate manual focusing. The Panasonic Leica 10-25mm / F1.7 lens also excels in performance with a mechanism that suppresses focus breathing, which was a problem of interchangeable lenses designed for still image photography.

The rugged dust/splash-resistant*1 design withstands use under harsh conditions even in 10 degrees below zero for high mobility. Nine blades give the aperture a rounded shape that produces an attractively smooth de-focus effect in out-of-focus areas when shooting at larger aperture settings. Filter diameter is 77mm. Highly reliable metal mount ensures long term use.
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Genuine panasonic product, not a vestel rebadge. Heat.
That's a great price, the main problem with this lens is it's huge!
restyler30/12/2019 13:53

I'm relatively new to MFT, having recently dumped all my Canon kit for a …I'm relatively new to MFT, having recently dumped all my Canon kit for a DC-G9 & a backup GX8.So here's the question, If I was considering this lens?Wouldn't I be better off getting 2x f1.4 Leica Prime Lens's instead of this oneSay, the Prime Panasonic 25mm f1.4 Leica DG Lens @ £349and the Prime Panasonic Lumix 12mm f/1.4 ASPH Leica DG SUMMILUX Lens @ £799 {inc £200 cashback}Total Cost £1150



Potentially, if you are happy with two fixed focal lengths. This potentially replaces multiple lenses that Panasonic users often have - the 20mm f1.7, the 25mm f1.7 and the 12-35mm f2.8. Its big but its smaller and lighter than carrying all three of those and faster than the f2.8 zoom. And it is supposedly as good as those primes. The question really is the age old one of whether a zoom or several fixed lenses are better - and only you can decide that. Videographers and Vloggers love this zoom because the aperture and focussing remain fixed while zooming and the aperture ring is stepless.

I suspect your two f1.4 lenses will be better but they are fixed, not zoom so that is pretty much always the case. Versatility vs quality. Add a 15mm and 20mm to your two fixed lenses and you have blown the budget and alot more work swapping constantly.

The main lens this one goes up against is the Sigma 18-35 with Metabones adapter to make it the same focal length as this. Suggestion is that the Sigma combo is similarly good for less money but brings in other compromises.

Depending on who you ask, this lens is either completely pointless or the best thing since sliced bread...
restyler30/12/2019 13:53

I'm relatively new to MFT, having recently dumped all my Canon kit for a …I'm relatively new to MFT, having recently dumped all my Canon kit for a DC-G9 & a backup GX8.So here's the question, If I was considering this lens?Wouldn't I be better off getting 2x f1.4 Leica Prime Lens's instead of this oneSay, the Prime Panasonic 25mm f1.4 Leica DG Lens @ £349and the Prime Panasonic Lumix 12mm f/1.4 ASPH Leica DG SUMMILUX Lens @ £799 {inc £200 cashback}Total Cost £1150



Also, bear in mind that the 25mm you link to is the old version I think (which is why it is cheaper). The new version adds weather sealing and you can tell the difference because the old one has the silver band around the end of the barrel. dpreview.com/new…ish
apreading30/12/2019 14:15

Potentially, if you are happy with two fixed focal lengths. This …Potentially, if you are happy with two fixed focal lengths. This potentially replaces multiple lenses that Panasonic users often have - the 20mm f1.7, the 25mm f1.7 and the 12-35mm f2.8. Its big but its smaller and lighter than carrying all three of those and faster than the f2.8 zoom. And it is supposedly as good as those primes. The question really is the age old one of whether a zoom or several fixed lenses are better - and only you can decide that. Videographers and Vloggers love this zoom because the aperture and focussing remain fixed while zooming and the aperture ring is stepless.I suspect your two f1.4 lenses will be better but they are fixed, not zoom so that is pretty much always the case. Versatility vs quality. Add a 15mm and 20mm to your two fixed lenses and you have blown the budget and alot more work swapping constantly.The main lens this one goes up against is the Sigma 18-35 with Metabones adapter to make it the same focal length as this. Suggestion is that the Sigma combo is similarly good for less money but brings in other compromises.Depending on who you ask, this lens is either completely pointless or the best thing since sliced bread...


Fantastic answer - Many Thanks
I've already got the Leica 12-60mm that came with the G9, but have recently bought the 20mm & 60mm primes.
I do use the 20mm quite a bit, but had been looking at others in the panasonic/olympus range.
I think I'll defer any more lens buying for now until ive got more used to what ive already got
Depending on what shooting you do, the 42.5mm lenses are fabulous too - both the Leica one and the MUCH cheaper Panasonic version. I would love the Leica version but the Panny one is so good that I cant justify the extra spend for a little bit more speed. Its a great portrait lens for natural light photography.
CSB30/12/2019 13:45

That's a great price, the main problem with this lens is it's huge!


I think the price is also bit of a problem to be honest....
I can't be bothered putting up a new deal post for this but... Park Cameras have the Panny/Leica 200mm f2.8, with a 1.4x TC, on special at the moment for 1299, down from 2699, but.... there's a £300 off promotion on as well- so £999 for the lens. Which is, frankly, bonkers.
Bit of a bargain, but I generally stick to the Olympus side of the fence, and have just bought an E-M1 MK2 yesterday, so a bit short of speculative cash.
Linky: parkcameras.com/p/P…ens
Edited by: "oobie38" 31st Dec 2019
oobie3831/12/2019 12:58

I can't be bothered putting up a new post for this but... Park Cameras …I can't be bothered putting up a new post for this but... Park Cameras have the Panny/Leica 200mm f2.8, with a 1.4x TC, on special at the moment for 1299, down from 2699, but.... there's a £300 off promotion on as well- so £999 for the lens. Which is, frankly, bonkers. Bit of a bargain, but I generally stick to the Olympus side of the fence, and have just bought an E-M1 MK2 yesterday, so a bit short of speculative cash.Linky: https://www.parkcameras.com/p/P241210K/micro-four-thirds-lenses/panasonic/leica-dg-elmarit-200mm-f28-power-ois-14x-teleconverter-lens



Deal is already up here: hotukdeals.com/dea…988

Worth restating though - as its an amazing deal, especially with the cashback - cheaper than second hand or grey import prices...
I used to get dragged in by all the different lens that you can buy for MFT but I have to say my 20mm f1.7 does the job 95% of the time - I just accept the other 5% won’t be captured and I have the convenience of sticking the camera and lens in a large pocket. Sold all the other lens I had and don’t miss them!
Good price - heat added!
restyler30/12/2019 13:53

I'm relatively new to MFT, having recently dumped all my Canon kit for a …I'm relatively new to MFT, having recently dumped all my Canon kit for a DC-G9 & a backup GX8.So here's the question, If I was considering this lens?Wouldn't I be better off getting 2x f1.4 Leica Prime Lens's instead of this oneSay, the Prime Panasonic 25mm f1.4 Leica DG Lens @ £349and the Prime Panasonic Lumix 12mm f/1.4 ASPH Leica DG SUMMILUX Lens @ £799 {inc £200 cashback}Total Cost £1150


At the wide end, 2mm is actually quite a big difference, especially when you consider the 2x cropping factor of MFT.
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