We weren't content to get our hands on the Olympus Zuiko 300mm f/2.8 and EC-20 2x tele converter along with the new Olympus E-3 (see related story). We also wanted to go to the opposite extreme and check out one of the widest rectilinear Four Thirds lenses, the Olympus Zuiko 7-14mm f/4.0. Remember, there's a 2x factor with Four Thirds cameras, so this is equivalent to a 14-28mm f/4 on a full-frame SLR. At the wide end, that's a 14mm equivalency, which covers an exceptionally wide 113 degrees. It's an f/4, which is a little slower than some of its competitor's 14mm offerings, but due to the in-camera stabilization, you won't really miss that stop all that often.