If you’re shopping for Micro Four Thirds lenses, you are quite frankly spoiled for choice. Micro Four Thirds (also called MFT, M4/3 or M43) is the longest-running mirrorless system, having made its debut in 2008. Founded on an alliance between Panasonic and Olympus (now OM System), the MFT system is based around a standardised sensor size and lens mount. Any lens made for Micro Four Thirds can be used with any camera that’s part of the system, and this provides the MFT photographer with a wealth of options when it comes to picking lenses. Like we said – spoiled for choice.