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Reviews of Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro ED

Testseek.co.uk have collected 32 expert reviews of the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro ED and the average rating is 97%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 40-150mm f/2.8 Pro ED.
Award: Most Awarded March 2015
March 2015
 
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The editors liked

  • Buildquality and finish
  • Constant f/2.8 aperture
  • Handling (focus ring
  • Lens hood
  • Tripod mount ring)
  • Picture quality (sharpness and uniformity)
  • Little vignetting
  • Limited distortion
  • No chromatic aberration

The editors didn't like

  • Zoom ring could be better
  • A few slight lens defects

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  Published: 2016-03-24, review by: EISA.eu

  • Abstract:  The M.Zuiko Digital ED 40–150mm F2.8 Pro covers the same picture angles as an 80–300mm lens for full frame, but in a much smaller and lighter enclosure. With a large and constant F2.8 aperture, the zoom range easily replaces almost any fixed focal length...

 
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  Published: 2015-07-29, Author: David , review by: ephotozine.com

  • Abstract:  David Thorpe produces video reviews of camera equipment on his YouTube channel , and has recently published his video review of the Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO Micro Four Thirds lens. The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO len...

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  Published: 2015-07-28, Author: Arthur , review by: digitalversus.com

  • Buildquality and finish, Constant f/2.8 aperture, Handling (focus ring, lens hood, tripod mount ring), Picture quality (sharpness and uniformity), Little vignetting, Limited distortion, No chromatic aberration
  • Zoom ring could be better, A few slight lens defects
  • Five stars for this 40-150mm with constant f/2.8 aperture! In the end, we had very little bad to say about it: it's nearly perfect. The lens, despite its not-inconsiderable size and weight, is a great way into sport and nature photography for those using...

 
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  Published: 2014-11-17, Author: Michael , review by: amateurphotographer.co.uk

  • Abstract:  When Olympus took wraps off the OM-D E-M1 back in September 2013, the manufacturer also revealed that there would be a pair of top-line pro-spec lenses arriving to support it. The first of these – the M.ZUIKO Digital ED 12-40mm f/2.8 arrived at the time t...

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  Published: 2019-07-10, review by: dpreview.com

  • Abstract:  Whether you're new to the Micro Four Thirds system or a seasoned veteran, there are plenty of lenses available for you.In this guide we've outlined several use cases and made recommendations for the best overall lens for that purpose, along with two other...

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  Published: 2016-07-27, Author: Szymon , review by: lenstip.com

  • solid and sealed casing, excellent image quality in the frame centre, good image quality on the edge of the frame, slight longitudinal chromatic aberration, low lateral chromatic aberration, lack of distortionrelated problems at longer focal lengths, mode
  • RAW files distortion level at the 40 mm focal length should have been lower, The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 40–150 mm f/2.8 ED PRO is a worthy representative of the topoftherange series produced by Olympus. Its build quality is outstanding, it comes with an
  • If I really wanted to find a good reason to complain I would carp about not the lens itself but its performance with the teleconverter attached. The newest professional Canon and Nikon telezoom lenses, launched lately on the marked are better than their p...

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  Published: 2016-01-13, Author: Matthew , review by: digitalcameraworld.com

  • Abstract:  We put eight game-changing fast prime lenses for mirrorless cameras through their paces to see if they're worth the money.The Contenders 1 Fujifilm Fujinon XF 56mm f/1.2 R, £900 / $1,000 2 Nikon 1 Nikkor 32mm f/1.2, £650 / $720 3 Olympus M.Zuiko 25mm 1:1...

 
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  Published: 2015-09-01, Author: Joe , review by: shutterbug.com

  • Abstract:  © Joe Farace If there's a more challenging photographic discipline than wildlife photography, I don't know what it is. It requires heavy and expensive long focal length lenses, a sturdy tripod, and the physical prowess to schlep all this gear through ph...

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  Published: 2015-06-01, Author: Josh , review by: shutterbug.com

  • Abstract:  A studio shot showing how much bigger a Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens is vs. a trio of mirrorless telephotos. ©Josh Miller Telephotos have always been bread-and-butter lenses for photographers shooting everything from commercial and sports to wildlife and l...

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  Published: 2015-06-01, Author: Josh , review by: shutterbug.com

  • Abstract:  A studio shot showing how much bigger a Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 lens is vs. a trio of mirrorless telephotos. ©Josh Miller Telephotos have always been bread-and-butter lenses for photographers shooting everything from commercial and sports to wildlife and l...

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