Reviews and Problems with Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-150mm f/4.0-5.6
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Olympus 14-150mm f/4-5.6 ED M.Zuiko Digital review by adrianconst
11 September 2015
Summary: Hi, This is not a review but an observation based on the tests published on this website. I compared the results of the standard target for this lens against some of the best zooms from nikon and canon: 15-85, 16-85 and 18-140.
Summary: I purchased this micro 4/3 lens along with the Olympus E-M1 expecting that it would be a good substitute for my previous Olympus 40-150mm regular 4/3 lens with the old camera. This lens exceeds expectations: *The 14-150mm versatility in such a light weight package is an excellent all usage lens.
Olympus 14-150mm f/4-5.6 ED M.Zuiko Digital review by attila_feher
22 August 2011
Summary: I have been using this lens on my E-PL2 for a few moths already (I got it as a kit lens), and I would like to compare it with the double zoom kit I had on my previous Olympus E-510 (14-42 + 40-150).
Pros: Light, small, good IQ and DoF control for a travel zoom
Cons: Zoom too stiff for smooth movie recording, visible corner CA when using the macro adapter
Olympus 14-150mm f/4-5.6 ED M.Zuiko Digital review by SETI
12 March 2011
Summary: I have Panasonic GH2 kit with 14-140mm lens and have read a lot of positive opinions about that lens. Now I can compare panasonic and oly and want to say that I like Olympus 14-150mm more but only for still pictures. Sharpness is noticeable better especially on the long end.
Olympus 14-150mm f/4-5.6 ED M.Zuiko Digital review by Ocean
31 July 2010
Summary: Olympus FT useres have always dreamt of such a Holiday-Lens with good performance, now its real - but not for FT - too bad! I tested against Panasonic 14-140 mm, which is heavier, has built in OIS, comes with Sun-Shade and has a little better sharpness und no chromatic aberrations.
Pros: light, small, thin, seems solid, good Near-Performance
Cons: sometimes too light, no hood - to protect, expensive, CA, dust-problems
Summary: I tend to use prime lenses for applications when quality, lens speed etc are the prime requirement. However there are many occasions when I don't want to carry a bag full of lenses but have the convenience of a wide range of focal lengths available in a single zoom.