September 22, 2017 by Tony
amazingly portable, superb image quality
This lens takes full advantage of the micro four third system. Paired with IBIS, it makes super telephoto lens so much more approachable. It is the most economic and portable super telephoto lens on the market. The image quality is more than adequate even for professional use. It is almost creepy when you can shoot handheld pictures of people 300ft away, with their wrinkle and stray hair resolvable. This is a keeper for nature lovers, wild life and armature astronomy photographers.
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September 3, 2017 by jason
Poor in low light, slow autofocus
I like the focal length of this lens, but it is quite old and needs to be updated. The autofocus under darker conditions is unusable. It endlessly hunts. It's not a fast or bright lens. I like that Panasonic updated their version and made it weatherproof and faster, hopefully Olympus will do the same.
August 19, 2017 by Louis
Durable, good lens for birds
I've had the 75-300 lens since 2011, and have taken literally thousands of pictures with it. I shoot a lot of birds, and have gotten very good results, particularly at shorter distances; 6-20 feet. The larger image minimizes any need to crop, and there is no shortage of detail.
July 27, 2017 by Jan
so great for the size/weight
This lens is light enough that I actually bring it hiking frequently, and can get good shots of all the neat critters I see along the trail. Also, the light weight means you can shoot handheld without any problems in most light.
July 24, 2017 by Jay
Perfect lens to shoot a partial or total solar or lunar eclipse
Very useful lens for photographing eclipses. The wide end is useful for locating the sun or moon and then zooming in for a great partial or total eclipse picture. This lens is especially useful for the Solar Eclipse that will sweep across the US on August 21, 2017.
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