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Olympus 40-150mm

Ilse Jurrien
IFA Report
Tuesday 14th, September 2010
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

News Report IFA 2010 - Olympus is pleased to announce the addition of a new lens to its Micro Four Thirds System lens line-up: the M. Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f4.0-5.6. Designed to maximize the performance advantages of the Micro Four Thirds System, the new Olympus 40-150mm lens offers uncompromising SLR quality and supports movie & still image compatibility. This addition enriches the M. Zuiko Digital lens lineup by covering the focal length from 18mm to 600mm in 35mm equivalent. The Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f4.0-5.6 will be available in November 2010 for an estimated retail price of 450 Euro.

Olympus 40-150mm

Olympus 40-150mm telephoto
The new Olympus Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm F4.0-5.6 is extremely light (190g). Its wide zoom range is equivalent to 80-300mm on a 35mm camera, and its Micro Four Thirds System design offers outstanding portability that makes interchangeable lens photography easier. Despite offering telephoto performance equivalent to 80-300mm on a 35mm camera, the M. Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm F4.0-5.6 weighs only 190g. Compact enough to enable handheld shooting at the equivalent of 300mm, it is a telephoto zoom that significantly expands shooting opportunities with its easy handling and outstanding portability. The rear focusing mechanism uses only two lens elements to enable exceptionally fast, quiet autofocusing for smooth, stress-free still-image and movie shooting.

Olympus 40-150mm

Olympus Zuiko lens accessories
• Olympus PRF-D58PRO Protective Filter : approx. 40 Euro
• Olympus LH-61C Lens Hood : approx. 40 Euro
• Olympus LSC-0814 Lens case : approx. 25 Euro

Olympus 40-150mm

Olympus 40-150mm lens features
Sophisticated optics include one piece the Extra-low Dispersion lens in order to effectively eliminate the chromatic aberrations. All lens elements are multi-coated to ensure maximum light transmission and image clarity, with minimal ghosting and flaring in backlight. A circular aperture mechanism is used to ensure smooth, even background defocusing. The new Olympus 40-150mm lens offers quieter and more responsive AF performance, and offers SLR image quality for still-image and movie shooting. The new Olympus Zuiko lens is compatible with all Micro Four Thirds System Olympus PEN cameras, and all other current and future cameras that comply with the Micro Four Thirds System standard. When mounted on an Olympus PEN camera, the 40-150mm lens supports the camera body's built-in image stabilization system and offer effective shake compensation at all focal lengths. The Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f4.0-5.6 will be available in November 2010 in the colors black and silver.

Olympus 40-150mm

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