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M.Zuiko 75mm f1.8

Starting At CA$1,074.99

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Overview

M.Zuiko 75mm f1.8 at a Glance

The 75mm f1.8 is a high-grade, fast aperture portrait lens featuring metallic construction and a light weight of just 10.7 oz. With a 35mm equivalent focal length of 150mm, it is ideally suited for studio portraits, theatre stage, and indoor sports photography. A large, bright 50mm front lens element compliments a sophisticated optical design of 10 individual lens elements in 9 groups, including a total of 3 ED lenses and 2 HR lenses. Its large f1.8 maximum aperture captures clear, sharp images when the lights are low, while its MSC (Movie and Still Compatible) AF drive assures fast and nearly silent focusing.

  1. 75mm Single Focal Length
  2. 16° Angle of View
  3. F1.8 Maximum Aperture
  4. ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) coating
  5. Maximum Image Magnification .10x
  6. High-Speed Imager AF (MSC)
  • PORTRAITS
  • BOKEH
  • QUIET AUTO FOCUS
  • ADVANCED CONSTRUCTION
  • PORTRAITS
  • BOKEH
  • QUIET AUTO FOCUS
  • CAPTURE PERFECT PORTRAITS & MORE

    Want exquisite detail and smooth background defocusing in your images? A large front element and sophisticated optical design coupled with a bright aperture of f1.8 make the 75mm f1.8 lens a superb choice for studio portraits and indoor sports.

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  • BUILT FOR BEAUTIFUL BOKEH

    Photographers who shoot a lot of portraits and still-lives are always seeking excellent bokeh. Thanks to its large f1.8 aperture and 9 bladecircular aperture, the 75mm f1.8 is especially well suited to capture the combination of a tack-sharp subject and beautifully soft, defocused background that exemplifies bokeh.

    Shot with the 75mm F1.8 Lens

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  • SHHHHH, AMAZING PHOTOGRAPHY IN PROGRESS

    The inclusion of the Movie & Still Compatible (MSC) mechanism provides amazingly fast – and nearly silent – autofocus operation. You’ll really notice the benefit when you play back your HD video and the only thing you hear is the ambient background noise in the scene you were filming; what you won’t hear is the sound of the lens moving as it changes focus. With MSC and the super-bright f1.8 aperture, you can film a school play or indoor sporting event in low light and still get excellent results.

    Shot by Olympus Trailblazer Jamie MacDonald with the OM-D E-M1 and the M.Zuiko 75mm F1.8 Lens

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  • ENGINEERED FOR EXQUISITE QUALITY

    With ten individual lens elements in nine groups, metallic construction and a light weight of just 10.7 oz, this lens is a really advanced piece of engineering. Among these elements you’ll find three ED, or extra-low dispersion, lenses that correct for chromatic aberration, and two HR, or high refractivity, lenses, which correct for spherical aberration. All lens elements feature Olympus’s ZERO coating technology for virtual elimination of ghosts and flares.

    Shot by Olympus Trailblazer Tracie Maglosky with the OM-D E-M1 and the M.Zuiko 75mm F1.8 Lens

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  • CAPTURE PERFECT PORTRAITS & MORE

    Want exquisite detail and smooth background defocusing in your images? A large front element and sophisticated optical design coupled with a bright aperture of f1.8 make the 75mm f1.8 lens a superb choice for studio portraits and indoor sports.

    Shot with the 75mm F1.8 Lens

    More
  • BUILT FOR BEAUTIFUL BOKEH

    Photographers who shoot a lot of portraits and still-lives are always seeking excellent bokeh. Thanks to its large f1.8 aperture and 9 bladecircular aperture, the 75mm f1.8 is especially well suited to capture the combination of a tack-sharp subject and beautifully soft, defocused background that exemplifies bokeh.

    Shot with the 75mm F1.8 Lens

    More
  • SHHHHH, AMAZING PHOTOGRAPHY IN PROGRESS

    The inclusion of the Movie & Still Compatible (MSC) mechanism provides amazingly fast – and nearly silent – autofocus operation. You’ll really notice the benefit when you play back your HD video and the only thing you hear is the ambient background noise in the scene you were filming; what you won’t hear is the sound of the lens moving as it changes focus. With MSC and the super-bright f1.8 aperture, you can film a school play or indoor sporting event in low light and still get excellent results.

    Shot by Olympus Trailblazer Jamie MacDonald with the OM-D E-M1 and the M.Zuiko 75mm F1.8 Lens

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Specs

Key Specs

  1. Focal Length
    75mm
  2. 35mm Equivalent Focal Length
    150mm
  3. Lens Construction
    10 elements in 9 Groups - 3 ED lenses, 2 HR lenses
  4. Dust & Drip Proof
    No
  5. Closest Focusing Distance
    0.84m
  6. Maximum Aperture
    f1.8
  7. Minimum Aperture
    f22

Lens Diagrams

  1. MTF 75mm F1.8 Chart
  2. Lens Element Diagram

Additional Specs

  1. Angle of View
    16 Degree
  2. Max. Image Magnification
    0.10x
  3. 35mm Equivalent Max. Image Magnification
    0.20x
  4. Minimum Field Size
    130 x 173mm
  5. Number of Blades
    9 (Circular Aperture Diaphragm)
  6. Filter Size
    Diameter 58mm
  7. Weight
    305g
  8. AF System
    High-speed Imager AF (MSC)
  9. Box Contents
    Lens Cap(LC-58E), Lens Rear Cap(LR-2) , Instruction Manual, Olympus Worldwide Warranty Card
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January 5, 2018 by Steve
Super low light lens
This is probably my favorite lens. If you like tight portraits in low light, this is one to have. Also great for concerts, pets and even landscapes. It's a nice size, and looks/feels stunning. IQ never disappoints. It's hard to beat.
December 17, 2017 by Bob
One the very best lenses in any format!
Been using this lens for six month now and it still impresses me every time with fast focus and unbelievable image quality and beautiful rich bokeh. This lens is at home in the studio or out in the field. The 75 focal length is great for portraits, commercial / advertising shoots and street photography. I also find a great landscape lens. As far as I am concerned this is one of the best lenses I have ever used in any format.
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October 10, 2017 by Daniel M
What to add more about that optical marvel from the Olympus M4/3 line-up except its outstanding performance. Yes this a superior optic even if it is a specialize piece of glass. But using the Olympus 75mm may transform you in an addict of this focal lengt
It sometime arrive that a new product is becoming a fetish item right from the start and it was effectively the case for the beloved Olympus M.Zuiko 75mm f/1.8, the "made in Japan" state of art optic for M4/3 format cameras. It is a purely indecent and expensive piece of glass that everybody want to touch, try and ... adopt if they can afford to pay for this majestic device. Carefully crafted the Olympus 75mm is also a beautiful collector jewel especially in its silver version. The short and fat design of the lens can be still assimilated as a compact design considering the fact it is a real telephoto with a fairly large maximum aperture. The focus is sumptuous and using it in conjunction of the Auto-focus/Manual option of the camera is a charm. When you turn manually the focus ring you will easily feel and ear the by-wire mecanisism of the lens coupled with a lighter turning resistance compare to some prime lens models. For my personal point of view I have seen it more as an avantage than an inconvenient. A short word about the lens hood The dedicated and factory lens hood of the Olympus 75mm F/1.8 is not part of the included accessories that come with the lens. In fact the Olympus policy regarding lens hood availability is not really clear. It seems that most of the "polymer-made" hood are included with the lens and the "metal-made" ones are optional accessories. For the Olympus 75mm lens, the gigantic metal lens hood (and expensive) has to be bought separately. Considering the hood large dimension it is really an occasional add-on accessory that will bother more than be practical. It's up to you to "invest" or not. With 16 degrees of (narrow!) angle of view the Olympus 75mm F/1.8 is the first real telephoto that will give you an equivalent three time magnification compare to your normal eye sight. Combined with its maximum aperture of F1.8 it can be a very discriminating lens considering its reduced deep of field. Because of its great selectivity the Olympus 75mm F1.8 is more an off-contextual lens than the others lenses doted with a wider angle of view. Perfect in doing portrait or such related subjects this small and fast telephoto can be also used in cultural (such in theatre or musical scene) and sport events. You may consider the Olympus 75mm F/1.8 as a true "project" lens that will ask a greater sense of study of your subject. In fact working with the optic will allow you to really discover different aspects of your subject. What to add more about that optical marvel from the Olympus M4/3 line-up except its outstanding performance. Yes this a superior optic even if it is a specialize piece of glass. But using the Olympus 75mm may transform you in an addict of this focal length with a narrow angle of view. For complete illustrated review, see: http://photodanielm.blogspot.ca/2016/11/the-superior-lens-olympus-mzuiko-75mm.html
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