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Let's get this out of the way right from the start: this lens, the Olympus Zuiko 14-35mm f/2.0 Digital ED SWD, has an MSRP higher than the cost of a used compact car. While it's not for the financially faint of heart, this long-awaited flagship pro lens provides a fast constant aperture across its range, making it arguably the most versatile heavy hitter in Olympus's Super High Grade lens lineup. With the original product announcement coming all the way back at PMA 2005, this has quite literally been a review three years in the making. So was it worth the wait? If you're an Olympus fan, all I can say is hold on to your wallet.
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