16mm (35mm camera equiv.) LUMIX G FISHEYE 8mm / F3.5 (H-F008)

* The firmware update is recommended.


  • Tracking focus in video recording with silent auto focus and exposure control

    The firmware update to ver. 1.1 is recommended for more comfortable HD video recording.
    http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/dsc/[Open New Window]

  • Distinctive perspective and unique deformation effect with a diagonal angle of view of 180 degree
  • The world's smallest and lightest digital interchangeable fisheye lens*

    * For a digital interchangeable fisheye lens as of June 1, 2010

  • An ED lens for superb optical performance
  • The inner focus drive system for long working distance
  • The closest focusing distance 10cm / 0.33ft
  • Contrast AF system support
  • Circular aperture diaphragm
  • Multi-coated lens elements minimize ghosts and flare
  • Durable metal mount
  • Sheet filter support

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MTF Chart

For the lenses distortion compensation available, the horizontal axis of MTF is the distance from the center, which is compensated accordingly.

Lens Construction


Model No. H-F008
Lens Construction 10 elements in 9 groups (1 ED lens)
Mount Micro Four Thirds mount
Optical Image Stabilizer -
Focal Length f=8mm (35mm camera equivalent 16mm)
Aperture Type 7 diaphragm blades / Circular aperture diaphragm
Aperture F3.5
Minimum Aperture F22
Closest Focusing Distance 0.1m / 0.33ft
Maximum Magnification Approx. 0.20x / 0.40x (35mm camera equivalent)
Diagonal Angle of View 180°
Projection System Equisolid angle projection
Filter Size Front: Mounting not possible
Rear: Sheet filter holder 22mm / 0.86inch x 22mm / 0.86inch
Max.Diameter φ60.7mm / 2.39inch
Overall Length Approx. 51.7mm / 2.04inch (from the tip of the lens to the base side of the lens mount)
Weight Approx. 165g / 5.82oz
Standard Accessories Lens cap, Lens rear cap, Lens storage bag

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