Panasonic is launching their newest interchangeable lenses for the LUMIX S Series Full-frame digital single lens mirrorless cameras.

There will be three new lenses based on their earlier L-Mount system. The LUMIX S series gives attention to professionals and their specific needs not met or questioned with the earlier series.

From the newest series, here are the newest LUMIX S series lenses.

LUMIX S PRO 50mm F1.4

This lens is focused on a large-aperture fixed focal length that forms the core of the LUMIX S Series lenses.

The LUMIX S PRO 50mm includes:

  • Versatile use with 50mm focal length
  • F1.4 high speed
  • High resolution and descriptive performance despite large aperture
  • Smooth defocus gradation
  • Describes point light sources as impressive, beautiful bokeh
  • Clears LEICA standards

LUMIX S PRO 70-200MM F4 O.I.S.

This lens is also a part of the LUMIX S PRO lens series. The LUMIX S PRO 70-200mm telephoto zoom lens provides high-resolution, high contrast images across the entire zoom range.

Here’s what you can do with the 70-200mm F4 O.I.S.:

  • High-resolution
  • High-contrast
  • Wide-ranging to portraits to sports
  • Compatible with Panasonic LUMIX’s image stabilization system 5-Axis Dual I.S.
  • Clears LEICA standards


The LUMIX S 24-105mm F4 MACROS O.I.S. boasts a versatile standard zoom lens that covers wide-angle to medium-telephoto.

Heres what the 24-105mm F4 MACRO O.I.S. does:

  • High descriptive performance across the entire zoom range
  • Versatile wide and long zoom range
  • Enables 0.5x macro shooting with a minimum focusing distance of 0.3m
  • Compatible with Panasonic LUMIX’s image stabilization system 5-Axis Dual I.S.

A little history on the L-Mount series, it was launched by Leica to suit both APS-C format and full-frame cameras. From Leica Camera, Panasonic, and Sigma, users are offered to ‘mix and match’ any of the manufacturers’ APS-C and full-frame cameras with any of the lens from each manufacturer.

LUMIX S PRO lenses are certified and cleared by LEICA and their strict standards. By 2020, Panasonic hopes to further expand their S Series lens by ten or more lenses focuses on their PRO series.