Reviews and Problems with Olympus 75-300mm f4.8-6.7 Super Telephoto Zoom
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Olympus 75-300 mm
18 February 2012
Summary: This lens offers an excellent value for money. In terms of vignetting, the Olympus 75-300 mm delivers a very good performance and also distortion will never be a problem. Sharpness of the Olympus 75-300 mm images in a nutshell: the shorter the focal length, the higher the sharpness. Set to 75 mm and aperture 8, the Olympus 75-300 mm and image quality to compete with the best lenses out there, whether the lenses on a camera with a micro-43, APS-C or full-frame sensor.
Pros: Compact and light weight tele-zoom lens, Decent optical performance over the entire zoom range, especially resolution, distortion and vignetting: Almost no vignetting over entire zoom range, Best performance at lower focal points: Top resolution performance at 75 mm f/8
Cons: Zoom lens extends by itself when aimed downwards., Sensitive to flare