Reviews and Problems with Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-150mm f/4.0-5.6
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Good with the E-M1
14 October 2014
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.
Summary: Am totally over the moon with this wonderful lens purchase. Fits very well on the pen epm2 and can highly recommend to others. Picture quality, for me, is great! There is sharpness across the whole range. I have taken photos of people's facial expressions from a distance of approx.
Summary: I purchased this lens recently as an attachment for my news Olympus CSC camera. I wanted a camera that was suitable for city sightseeing, but gave me similar results to mt digital SLR. I have been most happy with the both he lens and the camera.
Summary: This is a very useful all-purpose lens. Wide-open apertures are soft and for clarity you need to be around f8. If you are using an EM5 or EMI then the extreme low-light (light gathering) capabilities of these cameras will mean you are still working at good speeds even if you close the aperture up on...
Probably the best walkabout lens for micro fours thirds cameras
2 February 2012
Summary: As a general use/walkabout/holiday lens this 14-150mm is my favourite. It's the same diameter as, and only slightly longer than, the Panasonic 14-45mm. It's not much heavier that that lens either.
Summary: OK, 14-150 is a large zoom range for a single lens but so far I've found this lens to be a solid performer across the range. It is fairly light and is an ideal lens when I am travelling and want to cover all bases with as little kit as possible.
Of my 7 lenses for MFT this is the one I carry by default.
2 February 2012
Summary: This is a superb lens for day to day use. I use it on my Panasonic GX7 and GM1 and for a lens with such a large zoom range it gives extremely good results. In its widest setting it is as you see in the image but zoomed to 150mm (300mm 35mm) it is roughly double the length.