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

Started Apr 4, 2013 | Discussions thread
Ron Outdoors Contributing Member • Posts: 817
Re: Really?
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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.

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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