The newly designed M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 75-300mm II f4.8-6.7 with a 35 mm equivalent of 150-600mm is an affordable super telephoto lens that delivers excellent portability and outstanding image quality when paired with the award-winning OM-D or Olympus PEN® cameras.
This new lens features the advanced ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) lens coating, ensuring high imaging performance even under unfavorable conditions such as backlight shooting.
- Provides sharp and clear pictures
- Reduces ghosting and lens flare when shooting against bright light
- Zero-coating offers increased durability reducing the chances of damage to the lens surface
Item # V315040BU000
Mount Standard Micro Four Thirds System Standard Focal Length 75-300mm 35mm Equivalent Focal Length 150-600mm Lens Construction 18 Elements in 13 Groups Super ED lens, 2ED lenses and 3 HR lenses Angle of View 16 - 4.1 Degree AF System High-speed Imager AF (MSC) Closest Focusing Distance 0.9m (at 75mm of focal length) / 1.5m (except 75mm of focal length) Maximum Image Magnification 0.18x 35mm Equivalent Max. Image Magnification 0.36x Minimum Field Size 97 x 73mm Number of Blades 7 (Circular Aperture Diaphragm) Maximum Aperture f4.8 (75mm) - f6.7 (300mm) Minimum Aperture f22 Filter Size Diameter 58mm Dimensions Diameter 69 x 116.5mm (2.7" x 4.58") Weight 423g (14.9 ounces) Box Contents Lens Cap(LC-58E), Lens Rear Cap(LR-2)
Instruction Manual, Olympus Worldwide Warranty Card
Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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Customer Reviews of the M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm f4.8-6.7 II
January 19, 2015
Excellent Lens, Good Price
Have used this lens for multiple purposes including soccer matches , shooting at 300. Caught all the action, no problem on fast multiple shots.
A great addition to any system.
January 19, 2015
Sharp and sweet
I purchased this lens in anticipation of an African trip which involved many opportunities for long shots. My 50 prior years in photography had been in film, mostly Olympus OM and Leica M until my purchase of an OM-D E-M5.
This lens and the 12-50 made a quick believer of me as to having chosen well. With sharp optics over its focal and aperture range, this lens was quick and quiet to focus, and the image stabilization made every shot steady. I never touched my tripod on that trip. This camera and the E-M5 (and later an E-M1) and a couple of other new olympus lenses have been good companions in my life and journeys. Good glass for a good camera. Well done, Olympus.
August 05, 2014
Nice lens for the price
Has almost everything I need in a lens like this. C-AF works well in good light. At lower light levels it is best to use S-AF. The lens is plenty sharp for my purposes. I only wish it would focus closer at the 300mm setting.
July 12, 2014
What reach and such beautiful pictures
- I purchased the OM-D E-M10 Silver kit with M.14-42mm lens and M.75-300mm II lens. This setup results in excellent reach!
- This lens (75-300mm II) produces excellent images wide open at all apertures.
- The question is whether to get the M.40-150mm R or M.75-300mm II lens. The M.40-150mm is lighter. If you want to do some birding, then the M.75-300mm II makes sense. Either way you have a setup covering most situations. And it won't break your back as the setup is still pretty light.
- It can serve a reasonably good telephoto macro lens. I love the results as I find true macros literally a pain to shoot now :)
Some tips I would recommend:
- Although this camera has 3 axis, when using with the M.75-300mm II lens, at the 300mm end, I found I get more keepers using either a tripod or a handholding technique of using a shoulder for support.
- When using with the M.75-300mm II, at the 300mm end, in not so ideal condition which we will likely see when doing birding, it is better to use Single AF as otherwise sometimes the camera will stay out of focus and won't AF. Moving to Single Shot AF took care of this issue.
What can I say, for the money, this lens is a steal. It produces beautiful photos and is reasonably well built.
October 31, 2013
Well, it is affordable...
Until they come out with a 300mm prime this will have to do.
It is a long way from the 75mm f/1.8 and I am spoiled by that lens.
I stay away from the full 300mm limit and don't stop it down too much.
If you don't look too closely the images are fine and for the price it is a good value. I tried some old 35mm Minolta primes in this range and this lens is a lot better than the ones I tried so I am satisfied.
April 05, 2013
Handles beautifully on the E-M5
Waited on Olympus for over two months and finally gave up on them and ordered it from a local brick and mortar. I found this lens to be mechanically superb. No lens creep for one thing, and balanced beautifully on the E-M5 with or without a tripod. It's lighter than competing 100-300mm lenses. Very sharp at focal lengths near wide open and good enough for the price out to near 300mm, a little soft at fully 300mm. Focuses quickly without searching. Looks absolutely great on the E-M5. It's fun to use and I've been using it a lot since I got it three days ago.
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