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M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm f4.8-6.7 II

M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm f4.8-6.7 II

Starting At $449.99

Regular Price: $549.99

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Overview

M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm f4.8-6.7 II at a Glance

The 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 an award-winning OM-D or Olympus PEN camera. This lens features the advanced ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) lens coating, ensuring high imaging performance even under unfavorable conditions such as backlit shooting

  1. 75-300mm Focal Length
  2. Max. Image Magnification .11x
  3. 16-4.1° Angle of View
  4. Zero Coating
  5. High-Speed Imager AF
  • LIGHTWEIGHT
  • ZERO COATING
  • MSC
  • LIGHTWEIGHT
  • ZERO COATING
  • MSC
  • LIGHTWEIGHT SUPER-TELEPHOTO ZOOM

    If you’ve ever lugged a super telephoto zoom lens around, you know how heavy and bulky it can be. That’s the beauty of the this lens – it’s just over 4 and a half inches long collapsed and weighs only 15 ounces. Compare that to a typical SLR camera lens with a comparable 600mm equivalent lens, which weighs more than twice as much as an Olympus OM-D E-M10 and 75-300 together!

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  • ZERO OPTICAL COATING

    Strongly lit scenes where you are practically shooting into the sun are always a challenge, but this lens has a secret weapon that ensures excellent results, even under such unfavorable conditions: Olympus’s advanced ZERO lens coating. ZERO, which stands for Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical coating, enables the lens to deliver tack-sharp image quality while reducing ghosting and lens flare when shooting against bright light, and provides increased durability, lessening the chances of damage to the lens surface.

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  • MOVIE & STILL COMPATIBLE MECHANISM

    One of this lens’s most interesting features is the unique-to-Olympus Movie & Still Compatible mechanism, or MSC. This technology 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 focuses or changes aperture. This lens is perfect for tracking action.

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  • LIGHTWEIGHT SUPER-TELEPHOTO ZOOM

    If you’ve ever lugged a super telephoto zoom lens around, you know how heavy and bulky it can be. That’s the beauty of the this lens – it’s just over 4 and a half inches long collapsed and weighs only 15 ounces. Compare that to a typical SLR camera lens with a comparable 600mm equivalent lens, which weighs more than twice as much as an Olympus OM-D E-M10 and 75-300 together!

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  • ZERO OPTICAL COATING

    Strongly lit scenes where you are practically shooting into the sun are always a challenge, but this lens has a secret weapon that ensures excellent results, even under such unfavorable conditions: Olympus’s advanced Z.E.R.O. COATING. Z.E.R.O. COATING, which stands for Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical coating, enables the lens to deliver tack-sharp image quality while reducing ghosting and lens flare when shooting against bright light, and provides increased durability, lessening the chances of damage to the lens surface.

    More
  • MOVIE & STILL COMPATIBLE MECHANISM

    One of this lens’s most interesting features is the unique-to-Olympus Movie & Still Compatible mechanism, or MSC. This technology 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 focuses or changes aperture. This lens is perfect for tracking action.

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Specs

Key Specs

  1. Focal Length
    75-300mm
  2. 35mm Equivalent Focal Length
    150-600mm
  3. Lens Construction
    18 Elements in 13 Groups Super ED lens, 2ED lenses and 3 HR lenses
  4. Dust & Drip Proof
    No
  5. Closest Focusing Distance
    0.9m
  6. Maximum Aperture
    f4.8
  7. Minimum Aperture
    f22

Lens Diagrams

  1. MTF 75mm F4.8 Chart
  2. MTF 300mm F6.7 Chart
  3. Lens Element Diagram

Additional Specs

  1. Angle of View
    16 - 4.1 Degree
  2. Max. Image Magnification
    0.18x
  3. 35mm Equivalent Max. Image Magnification
    0.36x
  4. Minimum Field Size
    97 x 73mm
  5. Number of Blades
    7 (Circular Aperture Diaphragm)
  6. Filter Size
    Diameter 58mm
  7. Weight
    423g (14.9 ounces)
  8. AF System
    High-speed Imager AF (MSC)
  9. Mount Standard
    Micro Four Thirds System Standard
  10. Box Contents
    Lens Cap(LC-58E), Lens Rear Cap(LR-2) Instruction Manual, Olympus Worldwide Warranty Card
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November 6, 2018 by Max
Ideal Telephoto Zoom Lens
Pros: 1. Amazing range of zoom 2. Very light telephoto lens 3. Some say it's not sharp. Well, it is rarely a problem to me. (I've shot some birds photography with super sharp feather details when zooming in) 4. Aperture gives great bokeh. 5. Makes you look pro that is for sure a good thing. 6. Also perfect for sports, yes, including fast moving sports like cycling. Cons: 1. When in really low light conditions, the images won't be as sharp. 2. The aperture isn't enough to balance the overly high ISO when in low light condition. For all of the words above, when I say low light, I refer to bright level of 4 or lower on a scale of 1-10. This low light condition is best perceived as the lighting under shadows of a bunch of giant, tall tree in the afternoon.
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October 30, 2018 by Qichan
Great lightweight telephoto lens
Great lightweight telephoto for use with my E-M10 mark ii. Images are sharp and I have used it to photograph birds.
October 26, 2018 by Griz
Terrific Lens - But learn how to use it!
I took this lens to the Galapagos and fell in love with it. But, you must understand photography and learn to use it. The major complaints you'll see have to do with it being "slow". What that means is not that it focuses slow, but rather its aperture range is 4.8-6.7 which limits maximum light entry. So to effectively use it you need to understand the relationship between aperture, shutter speed, and ISO (which I'm not going to explain). But first, its best quality: focal length range (75-300) and sharpness. Used correctly it will give you razor sharp images. It's only negative from my perspective is that the zoom function is not the smoothest - so when shooting video, if you're zooming during filming, you may get some jerkiness. When I was shooting landscapes and wildlife in the galapagos, I had to be cognizant of the shutter speed I wanted - especially wildlife - and adjust iso respectively. Note that one way - which I tended to use, was shoot in shutter priority and let the camera bump the iso as needed. Occasionally I'd set the iso myself - especially if I wanted to go beyond 6400 which for some reason is the max the OMD EM1 mkii allows it to go to. Note, that yes - you may do a bit of artful noise reduction in post processing, but the results can be absolutely outstanding. One other travel tip: I also had with me the Olympus Tough TG-5 kept in my pocket at all times. My intention was to use this only for snorkeling, but it turned out to be my "wide to 75mm equivalent" camera and my EM-1 with this lens my 75-300. NO lens changing. What a difference in enjoyment of my trip!! It's the only way to travel. (PS: The TG-5 takes truly great images, including RAW, both under the water and on land).
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