Summary: Now, thats my lens. The 300 f/2.8 I can get for free when I need it. Stellar performance. 300mm of reach with an aperture of F2 is really cool. Not speaking about the price I paid for. After adjusting the Front-focus on my E-5, putting in -4, this lens performs outstanding.
Summary: This lens has crystal clear optics. I use it on my E-5 and I have to commend Olympus for creating such a fantastic four thirds prime lens. I have taken thousands of photos with many lenses that I currently own and none have ever compared to the quality of this 150mm f 2.0 lens.
Summary: This lens is the first reason to buy the E-system. Top image quality, bright view finder, and still compact. The perfect walk around lens in an urban setting. It's effectively a 300mm, but it's still compact.
Olympus 150mm f/2 Zuiko Digital review by genotypewriter
14 June 2010
Summary: I like super-long teles and I've also used the ZD 300 2.8 too but the 150 f/2 was a more satisfying lens to use for general shooting. Even the general apperance of the lens is great. The bokeh, sharpness and colours were all very very good. This would be the first lens I'd buy if I get a FT camera.
Pros: My favourite prime on FT
Cons: Not the most sensible choice if you only need a 300 f/4 (see details)
Olympus 150mm f/2 Zuiko Digital review by RRJackson
22 June 2008
Summary: There are certain lenses that can constitute a reason to own the accompanying camera system. This is one of those lenses. At under six inches in length and under three pounds it's about half the size of most 300mm f/2.8 lenses, as well as being a stop faster and providing excellent results wide open...
Pros: Compact and light (when compared to 300mm f/2.8 lenses), beautiful bokeh, sharp wide open
Summary: A very good tele lens, high contrast and very sharp. Can be used with TC-14 and with TC-20 without visible loss in quality, even with maximum aperture! So you can get an very good 2,8/210 and a very good 4/300, too!
Pros: Fast lens with F=2, Very good optic quality, Fast AF
Cons: Heavy and expensive but there is due to physical laws