Olympus 75-300mm 1:4.8-6.7 II M.ZUIKO Digital ED Micro Four Thirds Lens

This is a Micro Four Thirds super telephoto lens for those long shots off in the distance, which you can magically bring nearer at a turn of the wrist.

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Olympus 75-300mm 1:4.8-6.7 II  M.ZUIKO Digital ED Micro 4/3 Lens

  • More zoom power, smaller size
  • Autofocuses faster - never miss a shot
  • Stabilized in the PEN body for even sharper pictures 
This is a Micro Four Thirds super telephoto lens for those long shots off in the distance, which you can magically bring nearer at a turn of the wrist. Extremely compact and lightweight it offers an equivalent range of 150-600mm on a 35mm film camera. Now you can capture that sense of being close to your subject without having to get so near. This high-power lens has two additional benefits. It comes with a unique screw drive mechanism, which is especially quiet for shooting films and has a very fast auto-focus function (MSC) for taking rapid-fire still shots.

Features

  • Super telephoto zoom lens in a compact suit
  • High power 4x zoom lens for getting up extra close
  • Extreme fast high-speed contrast AF
  • Circular aperture diaphragm
  • ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) coating for reduced reflection
Specification
Focal length 75mm - 300mm
Focal length (equiv. 35mm) 150mm - 600mm
Lens configuration 18 elements / 13 groups
Lens mechanism Inner focus with screw drive
mechanism
ED lens elements 2 / 1 Super ED lens
HR elements 3
Angle of view  16 - 4.1°
Closest focusing distance 0.9m (at 75mm focal length)
Maximum image magnification 0.18x (Micro Four Thirds) /
0.36x (35mm format)
Aperture: Number of aperture blades 7 Circular aperture diaphragm
for natural background blurring
Maximum aperture 1:4.8 (wide) / 1:6.7 (tele)
Minimum aperture 1:22
Filter diamater 58mm
Dimensions 69mm Ø, 116.5mm
Weight 423g
 

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 II Lens reviews verified by reevooReevoo

29 reviews

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Ease of use
8.9
Image quality
8.7
Build quality
8.8
Value for money
8.8
Overall rating
8.8
Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 29 reviews
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10 out of 10

John

Dorset GB
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Great lens for the price, it is so small that you try and treat it as a normal handheld lens. Yes it is possible to shoot handheld, but best with tripod or monopod..
can't think of any
Confirmed purchase: 28 November 2018
Published on: 26 December 2018
8 out of 10

Johnnie

Newport GB
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One of the best 'bangs for the buck' lenses I own.
Lightweight being plastic so fits into a kitbag without noticing the weight.
Image quality is excellent.
Plastic mount smacks of cost cutting.
Zoom is slightly stiff (perhaps to prevent creep) so it is impossible to zoom in small increments without it being jerky.
No supplied lens hood but a cheap JJC one does the job perfectly.
Confirmed purchase: 11 June 2018
Published on: 07 August 2018
8 out of 10

John

Wellingborough GB
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Very good quality photos for a reasonable price. Light weight with good reach. Complaints about being soft at 300mm are usually down to operator error and not the lens quality. Mine is surprisingly sharp at full zoom like many reports and reviews I have seen.
Not really a bad point, but you do need to practice long lens techniques and use in camera stabilisation as this lens has none. Also essential to use electronic shutter on camera to avoid any blur or soft images.
Confirmed purchase: 05 June 2018
Published on: 04 August 2018