M.Zuiko DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS, Super Telephoto Zoom, Suitable for all MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G-Series), Black

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M.Zuiko DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS, Super Telephoto Zoom, Suitable for all MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G-Series), Black

M.Zuiko DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS, Super Telephoto Zoom, Suitable for all MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G-Series), Black

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Add in Olympus' well-respected image stabilization technology, and you have some serious telephoto performance in your hands! Even in my own hands, I found myself comparing this lens to the 300mm which I have been shooting with since it came out in late 2015.

Zuiko 100-400mm IS features a series of inner focusing lenses ensuring high speed, high precision autofocusing. Still, it's a pretty compact affair for a lens that spans such a vast focal range, especially if you're coming from the world of DSLRs! Interestingly, they also enable rolling motion around the lens axis to be corrected by the camera’s IBIS.That being said, if you can manage to position yourself so that your subjects is far away from a background, you can get a very pleasingly smooth, blurry background and nice subject isolation. The combination of its comparatively light weight, IPX1 weather-sealing, compatibility with teleconverters, image quality, and short minimum focusing distance make the M.

Just head over to our dedicated Sell or Part Exchange page, fill out the details, and we'll get back to you with an offer for your old gear. with the tripod mount and hood attached, and measuring over 20cm in length, this is one of the largest and heaviest Micro Four Thirds lenses.This lens is also equipped with four functional switches, designed to support handheld shooting, including a Focus Limiter switch for AF operation selection, ranging between three levels, according to the focusing distance, allowing for quick focusing and comfortable shooting, even in the super telephoto range. I've been shooting with the new Olympus 100-400mm over the past couple of weeks, so let's jump right in to see how the new Olympus 100-400mm lens performs. While this is OM System’s third IS lens, it is alone among the firm’s other optics in not supporting Sync IS, in which the in-lens and in-body stabilisation systems work together for maximum effect. As with most telephoto zooms, the 100-400mm also includes a focusing limiter switch on the side, allowing autofocus from 1.

But, if you're patient and steady with your hands, you can you get some good shots, even in lower light situations.

Its functional design helps reduce strain when being carried for extended periods and lets you quickly find necessary items. If the bokeh has bright highlights, they take on a circular shape toward the center, and only a slight cat's eye effect toward the edges and corners of the frame. Fast and easy trade in service ensures your old gear is collected efficiently and you are paid quickly!

Not only does this model provide an extensive range (particularly when coupled with either of the available teleconverters), but does so in an extremely portable and lightweight form. The Micro Four Thirds format, championed by OM Digital Solutions (formerly Olympus Cameras) and Panasonic Lumix, is well supported when it comes to lens choice – especially with telephoto lenses, where the format’s 2x crop factor is a big selling point. You get more effective reach than you do with a full-frame system, where most zooms reach to "just" 600mm, in a compact, light package. To be fair, I thought my first review was more representative of real world shooting conditions - birds and wildlife they don't just stand out in the open, broad sunlight posing for you readily to shoot. Excellent – The equipment should be close to being ‘Like New’ but there may be some small cosmetic blemishes that lower its grade.

There's a drop in clarity at the 200mm setting, but we still see very good results (2,225 lines) at the maximum f/5. Further versatility is afforded by full integration with Olympus teleconverters which extend the focal range to 1120mm with the 1. Oly has previously indicated there would be two new lenses and one new body every year, so this lens looks likely in the next year. The 100-400mm has built in image stabilization, which is effective - look at all the shots I have shown here, some even taken at 1/20 seconds hand-held, and still came out super sharp!



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