Olympus M.Zuiko 75mm f/1.8

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  • m4/3 lens format 
  • 10 elements in 9 groups; 3 ED, 2 HR elements
  • 16 degree angle of view
  • apertures from f/1.8 to f/22, 9-blade diaphragm
  • no image stabilization
  • 33" (0.84m) minimum focus, autofocus, manual focus, internal focus, MSC; 1:10 maximum magnification
  • 58mm filter size, optional LH-61F lens hood 
  • 2.7" x 2.5" (69 x 64mm) long and diameter
  • 10.8 ounces (305g)
  • available in silver and black
  • US$900 suggested retail price

Thom's Mini Review: in my testing, this is the sharpest of the m4/3 lenses I've found to date. It's a little long for portrait work, but if you need a fast telephoto with excellent acuity that can also isolate depth of field at the fast apertures at shorter focus distances, this lens is a great choice. Well made, no real optical flaws, and not particular large or heavy. It's in my bag all the time now. Recommended (2013 to present)

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