Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm 1:4.0-5.6
Announced Sep 27, 2004 •
Telephoto zoom lens | Four Thirds | 261056
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A lot of my 4/3 shooting is street and close quarters. Back in the days of shooting film with my beloved OM-1 bodies (best 35mm film cameras ever IMO!), I generally had a 24mm lens on one and a 50 on the other. The 24mm was great, with just enough distortion to get it all in and make things interesting without looking all fisheyed. On my OM-D M5 Mk II I have a 25mm for my regular street lens, but am undecided between adding a 12mm (which of course would be equivalent to my old 24mm), or...
By: uday99 (Dec 22, 2015)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hi, I have seen many websites comparing two cameras and so what I wonder is 'Does it really matter which camera we use if we are anyways buying an extra lens for it'? Take for example, http://cameradecision.com/compare/Olympus-PEN-E-PL5-vs-Olympus-PEN-E-PL7 I have Olympus E-PL5 and saw that the newer version E-PL7 has some additional features like screen resolution, built-in WiFi, 81 focus pts vs 35 focus pts etc... but in the end If I replace the lens it shouldn't matter that much right(I'm...
During testing of my old FT lenses, I noticed both of them get the confirmation beep on my E-M5 almost instantly, but the lens, will then continue to move past the focus point, the back again to land on focus, perhaps 0.25 to .75 seconds later. I'm not concerned, as focus is always accurate, but wondered if others have noticed this? --Shawn Wrighthttp://www.flickr.com/photos/zuikowesty/
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