Panasonic 100-300 vs. Olympus 75-300 II lens test

Started Apr 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
Ron Outdoors
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In reply to PC Wheeler, Apr 7, 2013

PC Wheeler wrote:

marike6 wrote:

tt321 wrote:

The OP shot through office window glass. Have you not read his posts?

Shooting through a window will hurt contrast, but will not cause an image to be blurred.

It really *does* depend on the window. I've been in rooms where the glass visually distorted (aka blurred) the view.

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Phil

What is in front of the lens can certainly make an image blurred (less distinct). Several years ago I bought a Canon 300mm F4 L lens. Put a UV filter on it and started taking pictures. In comparison to a zoom I had, the L lens was softer. Turned out to be the cheap filter I had used. No such problem with a better quality filter. I think telephoto lenses magnify any imperfections of what is in front of them.

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