Mevo Core's Supported Lenses

Mevo Core is a versatile camera with an interchangeable MFT (Micro Four Thirds) lens mount. This feature allows users to customize their camera setup to suit their specific needs and preferences.

Which Mount to Use?

By default, Mevo Core comes with a standard MFT mount. If you're interested in learning more about MFT lenses and their compatibility with Mevo Core, you can find a wealth of information on MFT here.

By default, all MFT lenses will work with Mevo Core, but some are pre-tested for optimal performance. Here are some of the certified lenses:

Certified Lenses and where to buy

See Certified Lenses

 

Tested Lenses

This list is always evolving. We're constantly testing new lenses and updating our recommendations. Got a lens in mind you'd like us to review? We'd love to hear from you! Drop us a line through our support page right here.

Although we don't sell these lenses directly and have no official partnership with these brands, they have been tested for optimal performance with Mevo Core:

Manufacturer Prime/Zoom Min FL Max FL Min Ap. Max Ap. Good For
Olympus 14-42mm EZ Powered Zoom 14 42 3.5 22 Variety
Lumix 14-42mm PZ Powered Zoom 14 42 3.5 22 Variety
Lumix 45-175mm PZ Powered Zoom 45 175 4 22 Distance
Very Tight Shot
Sigma 16mm Prime 16 16 1.4 16 High Bokeh

Key:

- Powered Zoom: Lens zoom controlled via Mevo App gestures/manual sliders.
- Zoom: Manual zoom adjustment directly on the lens.
- Prime: Fixed focal length; no zoom capability.
- FL: Focal Length - distance between the lens and the image sensor when focused.
- Ap.: Aperture - the lens opening that controls the amount of light reaching the sensor.
 

Coming Soon: MFT Adapters

There is no support for MFT Adapters as of today. However, MFT adapters are on our roadmap. These adapters will allow you to use other lenses with the Mevos MFT mount.  For information on what MFT adapters will be supported for Mevo Core, please follow us on Facebook or Discord

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