Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens Driver

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Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens Driver

Zuiko Pro telephoto zoom lens, our full, Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens review is now complete, including test results, sample test-chart images and our final conclusion! Officially announced this year just prior to Photokina in September, this telephoto zoom lens is the latest move in Olympus's drive to sway professional photographers away from their big, bulky DSLRs and into the more compact yet still high-performance OM-D family.

Zuiko Pro, as well as the MC Olympus's own online store indicates that both items will begin shipping in mid-November. The lens ships with front and rear caps, lens hood and a detachable metal tripod collar.

Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens Linux

Pre-order from one of our trusted affiliates: Sharpness You want a sharp zoom lens? The Olympus mm lens is not only stunningly sharp by zoom lens standards, but also sharp by prime lens standards. It's so minimal, though, that it will most likely not impact real-world shooting at all. Corner-to-corner sharpness is also tremendously good, with almost no change in sharpness from center softness at every focal length.

The blur characteristics are very flat.

Compared to other Olympus primes and zoom lenses, the is top notch. Chromatic Aberration Perhaps the only downside with this lens is the appearance of some chromatic aberration.

By the time you zoom into 70mm, however, the visible corner CA is greatly reduced and continues to be very minimal to virtually invisible at longer focal lengths and at all apertures. In real-world shooting, the chromatic aberration does not appear to be a severe issue, though it can pop up in troublesome spots such as along high-contrast edges in front of bright backgrounds. We also saw some axial chromatic aberration along out of focus edges.

In both cases, testing a few sample photos in Lightroom 5, the CA was quickly and easily removed. Distortion Similar to vignetting, geometric distortion is practically nonexistent on this lens. At all focal lengths, the level of barrel distortion sits just a hair above the zero mark. Focusing Operation Autofocusing is excellent with the Olympus mm. The mm features an "industry-first" Dual Voice-coil AF motor Dual VCM which uses a pair of linear motors to move two small, independent groups of lens elements no gears involved.

Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens Driver (2019)

This makes autofocus not only very fast, as the lens therefore doesn't have to move larger, heavier elements and over a longer distance, but also extremely quiet. In our assessment, the lens was indeed very quick and accurate to acquire focus, taking well under a second to rack from minimum focus distance to infinity. For manual focusing, you have two options with this lens.

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Simply snap the ring back toward the camera to reveal the focus distance markings and quickly enable true, mechanically-controlled manual focus. However, you can also simply leave the ring in "AF mode" and if you set your camera body, you can have electronic manual focus as well as the ability to have AF with MF override. The lens is completely internally focusing, and during AF, the front element does not extend or rotate, making accessories such as circular polarizers easy to use with Olympus Digital Camera M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 40-150mm F2.8 PRO Lens lens.

From the end of the front of the lens, photographers can focus down as close as 20 inches though considering the length of the lens, the true minimum focus distance to the focal plane is This provides a magnification ratio of 0. Constructed entirely from metal, this new Zuiko Pro lens is fully weather-sealed for splashes and dust and is freezeproof as well though we don't have a temperature spec for that, the E-M1 for instance is freezeproof down to degrees Celsius or 14 degree Fahrenheit.

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Olympus states that there are a total of 11 separate seals around seams, the L-Fn button and lens mount. The focus ring is further out past the zoom ring and has a similar metal construction and texture. Pulling back on the focus ring has a nice, satisfying "snap" to it and reveals the focus distance marking as well as engaging the mechanical manual focus ability.

When in manual focus mode, the ring has hard stops and minimum and infinity distances, otherwise the lens will rotate freely in either direction while in the AF position. Even with the clever retractable lens hood, the lens is able to pack away into small camera bags with ease, making it much more convenient to carry around.

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The balance is great with the E-M1 and handholding this combo is very comfortable for extended shooting periods. Speaking of lens hood, the included hood with this lens is indeed rather clever.

While it's a removable bayonet-style hood just like many other lens hoods, it isn't reversible. Instead, what you attach to the front of the lens is actually an inner bracket mechanism and with a little leftwards twist the lens hood disengages and slides down over the lens barrel. To extend the hood, simply slide it straight out and it will solidly click into place.

To remove the hood, simply rotate rightwards and it will unsnap just like any other lens hood. Nevertheless, the lens hood still adds bulk with about 7. There's some other trade-offs as well.

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