The Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 is a tele lens for 4/3, manufactured from 2012. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (Stepper Motor), the image stabilization is done by the camera.. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 400 €;
47 users have given it an average vote of 9.8 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Micro 4/3: this lens is compatible with mirrorless micro-4/3.
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Pros: A phenomenal lens, fantastically sharp, with brilliant background blur (soft bokeh), construction quality.
Cons: There is no, he could have a cover.
Opinion: Absolutely the perfect lens - the best. I have been using it for 5 months and it meets all expectations that I associated with it. I bought it for body E-M10 Mk II as a portrait crop (discreet portrait on the distance), macro and landscape photos as a short bright tele. The first pictures in good light came out beautifully. He can generate unique, nostalgic images. I'm still learning it and I'm counting on new discoveries of its use.
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Opinion:Extremely compact, solid construction, fully metal and Made in Japan quality. Excellent sharpness and resolve, produces balanced and dense colors, as well as a soft bokeh. Bright Glass, it returns an excellent contrast without chromatic aberrations. lacks stabilization, but with camera bodies like the Lumix G9 it is magnificently replaced. Responsive and fast in AF, I find it very manageable and light, excellent for street, reportage and portrait. Comparable to a 150mm on the FF, I consider it a small jewel capable of enhancing the qualities of the more advanced M4/3 sensors. The lens hood is missing and the original one has an exaggerated cost. But little bad given the opportunity to find alternative, valid and cheap on the internet. Absolutely recommended.
Pros:Construction, yield of details already to TA, aesthetics, weight/footprint
Cons:Hood and Bag absent
Opinion:Taken as a portrait lens or to have a fixed and bright tele at the turn of light, after reading several reviews that unanimously define it as a small masterpiece absolute, regardless of the size of the sensor for which it is designed. In fact it is a perspective of which it is difficult not to fall in love, even for high level construction. The yield of details is already excellent at TA, it improves further but not so sensitively, closing 1-2 stop. The bokeh is very pleasant, top notch. Very compact and light considering the focal length of 150mm equivalent (305gr). Unique in its kind, definitely challenging to use, requires space and premeditation typical of fixed-focal teleconverter. Although unfortunately the opportunities to use it are few, I can not get rid of it. Ear tug for Olympus that for a PRO lens in the substance and price (but not in the official nomenclature) does not include a simple lens hood or a soft bag, but it does charge a trivial €70 metal lens hood! Inevitable lens in a m43 kit for those who love to do portraits with telephoto lenses.
Cons:lack of hood and a leather case like the other olympus targets
Opinion:It is an absolutely excellent lens for both the quality of construction, including lightweight, and image quality that it returns. It has a wonderful bokeh, so soft enough to make me forget about the abandonment of the FF system, exceptional clarity even at TA, with a very fast, unstabilized AF like most Olympus lenses, due to stabilization in the car. Unique neo is the lack of a hood and a leather case such as PRO lenses, even though it is not part of the PRO category, despite the outstanding performance.
Pros:Scary sharpness, blurred by dream, maneuverability, lightning fire
Opinion:Optics that I bought used with original lenses in perfect condition to an incredible figure, left me right from the first shoots ... an all-open sharpness I dare say incredible, blurred at top levels, dismounting of fantastic plans, an unmanageable maneuver To other full frame frames of the same level, (I presume that I used the Nikkor 180 2.8 af that I consider one of the best optics ever built) lightning autofocus, spectacular colors. Only neo according to my opinion, a minimum distance of focus a tantino abundant ... but tried in macro with extension ring the quality remains the same and maybe earns even more the blur ... objective that can not be missed in A micro kit 4/3 !! 10 stars
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