Micro Four Thirds is the most established of the mirrorless system camera formats. Jointly developed by Panasonic and Olympus, it brought mirrorless bodies and native lenses to the market at least one year before its first rival arrived. Being first to market along with having not one but two major manufacturers behind it are two major advantages Micro Four Thirds enjoys over the competition, and it really shows when you compare their respective native lens catalogues. Micro Four Thirds now has over 75 lenses available from Panasonic and Olympus along with third parties including Sigma, Tamron, Samyang, Voigtlander and others. That’s a lot to choose from, so let me help you make the right decisions with my guide to the best Micro Four Thirds lenses below! Note like my other guides they’re also listed by review date, not in order of preference.PS – if you find my work useful don’t forget you can support me when you shop for anything at B&H or Adorama by first clicking through to them using the links here – it works for anything you order at any time, or alternatively you could treat yourself to my treat me to a coffee! Thanks!