Reviews and Problems with Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8
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Digital Camera Review
10 May 2013
Summary: Olympus keeps hitting them out of the park! Whether you’re talking about their super fast cameras like the OM-D E-M5 or their optically superior lineup of lenses like the 17mm f/1.8 , Olympus can’t seem to stray too far from our office conversations.
Pros: Great image quality, Solid construction, Little to no distortion and aberration
Cons: Cost, Can be heavy when used on smaller MFT cameras
Excerpt: This premium compact telephoto lens sports a fast f/1.8 maximum aperture and is compatible with all Micro Four Thirds cameras. The lens provides a field of view equivalent to a 150mm lens used on a 35mm camera, and the bright f/1.8 maximum aperture allows your subject to be isolated with shallow...
Pros: Incredible optical performance for the price, Very good build quality, Lightweight, Compact
Cons: Not weather sealed, No hood supplied as standard
Excerpt: Announced towards the end of May, the Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 lens is now widely available. Offering a focal length roughly equivalent to a 150mm f/3.5 lens in 35mm film format (thanks to the 1.999x crop factor of 4/3 format sensors), this lens claims to be one of the highest...
Pros: You're looking for a fast, medium-tele prime lens for a Micro Four Thirds system camera., You require high resolution at all focal lengths, along with good flatness of field., You'd like a lens that requires no readjustment when you fit polarisers and graduated filters. Buy this lens if:
Cons: You need macro capabilities. Don't buy this lens if:, You need macro capabilities.