Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 14-150mm 1:4-5.6

Announced Feb 3, 2010 •
Lens | Micro Four Thirds
ABisbano
 
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Bought with E-M5 a couple of weeks ago. Perfect match, all togheter with battery, SD card and clip-on flash only 700g. No vignetting at all even with flash at low focal lenght. No shade casting with bundled flash through the whole focal range. Good resolution up to medium focal lenght. Only average at high end. Very fast focusing even at low light. F/4 -5,6 pushes you a bit higher with ISO than a good dedicated lens but the M5 can keep it quite well. Distortion is really not a big issue and ...

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This lens compares favourably with a Nikon 18-200 I have owned and is MUCH better than the Canon 18-200.  Light, flexible, focus speed good enough for me, really good balance on my E-M5.  Super M4/3 lens.

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Sheldon Cwinn
 
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The lens is a fun edition to a micro four thirds kit allowing the zoom range of a small bridge camera with even a smaller size and weight. I love the lens and use it for landscape, wildlife, and travel photography. The images are stunning. Barrel distortion is well controlled as is chromatic aboration. Images are sharp in the center but a little soft at the edges. The zoom is a bit stiff. This lens is a good choice and a great value. Well done Olympus. Problems: None to date.

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IvanQ
 
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Using it more than a year, I like it for outdoors and travellings, for indors it it not hte best. AF is quick enough for most situations. Construction is fine. It is a "all in one" lens so size is big, like most of them. I recommend it. Problems: Get some dust inside in one year (like many lens of its kind).

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stageshadow
 
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I used it for my last travel in the UK, and i have to admit it works pretty well for All but low light shooting situations. Pro: Fast AF (used it on my EP-1) Good Range Quick to use (no need for a first extending, like the 14-42) Cons: Size (Not really pocketable) Not for Low light shooting! (used the 17 2.8 for that) With that Lens i never missed a Shot, so it gets 4 stars for this! (instead of 3,5)

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