And now there are two options for wide f2.8 zoom lenses in the world of micro four thirds. The first one to come out, the Panasonic 12-35mm f2.8 is now finalized in review at Focus Numerique - also available computer-translated.
As of the time of writing, this lens goes for $1120 at Amazon and B&H Photo and Adorama after you add it to the shopping cart.
We now have a pancake fight! ePhotozine published a comparison review of the two Panasonic 20mm f1.7 pancakes, squaring off the critically-acclaimed first generation versus the second generation.
As of the time of writing, the second generation is in-stock at Amazon and Adorama and B&H Photo. Strangely the prices of the first generation actually went up (!) after the second generation was announced. But as of the time of writing, B&H Photo comes to the rescue, offering it for $350 after you add to cart.
Zoom-zoom! Micro Four Thirds have their own superzoom lenses too! The Panasonic 14-140mm f3.5-5.6 has received a new review, waiting for you at ePhotozine. This is the newer version of the lens as indicated by the f3.5-5.6. The first version of the lens was a f4-5.8 and Mega OIS instead of Power OIS.
As of the time of writing, the lens is in the all-encompassing "temporarily out of stock" state at Amazon.com for $700. Both B&H Photo and Adorama have it in pre-order state.
These are lens reviews, but obviously the lenses cannot be unglued without damage to the mothership. Dxomark decided to send through their lens review testing scheme the lenses of the Sony RX100 Mark II and the Panasonic LF1. Obviously these are not a "canon" iLC lenses, but lenses they are and lens reviews they received :)