Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm 1:4-5.6 Q&As

Announced Aug 31, 2010 •
Telephoto zoom lens | Micro Four Thirds
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I am tempted to purchase the Olympus teleconverter but see only two 'supported' lenses, both the PRO model. Does any teleconverter work for the non PRO lenses? Thanks Bohdan
I'm shopping for a travel camera at the moment, and basically I'm trying to decide between two different kit offers for the Olympus OM-D E-M10. I'll either get the "M.Zuiko digital 14-150mm 1:4.0-5.6 II" (which supposedly has quite good IQ even though it's a superzoom) or a combined "M.Zuiko 14-42mm EZ + M.Zuiko 40-150mm" kit. What do you think would be important considerations? I'm a beginner, but not really a fan of electronic zoom, even though the pancake lens would of course make the...
Greetings, I'm on day 2 of my new Olympus EM-10 and got the 40-150mm f4-5.6 lens with it.  All was going great until this evening when I apparently did something to force the lens into manual mode.  When I put the kit lens on the camera, it is working fine.  However, with this lens on, it seems to be stuck in manual mode, no matter what I do.  I did some searching and found a reference to a snap ring, but that seems to be on the pro version of this lens (f2) not the f4 I have (at least, I can...
I picked up a used 40-150mm mark I version. I wanted the older version to match the aesthetics of my 9-18mm lens and can't find them new anywhere. Anyways, I paid like a hundred bucks for it and though it's not a super high quality lens, I don't think I even got a semi-good one... that, or my expectations for a $100 lens are way too high. In low light, the lens never, and I mean, NEVER locks focus beyond 135mm or so. From 40-135mm, it's slow to AF but it does lock focus after hunting a bit....
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