Recently, we learned from related channels that Olympus will launch a new lens: M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS, which can provide The 35mm equivalent range of 200-800mm. At the same time, the lens has a dust-proof and splash-proof design; the total weight of the lens is 1120g.
The lens has good applicability, compatible with the original Olympus 1.4x and 2.0x extenders, and supports 72mm diameter filters, with a minimum focus distance of 1.3 m. Due to the company’s “ZERO” coating, the generation of ghosting and glare is effectively suppressed, and the image quality is guaranteed. And its built-in anti-shake up to three levels.
It is reported that the 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS is scheduled to go on sale on September 8 this year, priced at US$1,500.
M.Zuiko series has always been a compact and lightweight mirror body, interesting The photo experience is a selling point. The 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS launched this time is the first long lens owned by Obama to break through the 300mm focal length, which can bring more convenience to field photographers and users who like to use the telephoto end to shoot. Based on the various accessories of the M.Zuiko series, if used with the optional double teleconverter, the upper limit of the telephoto can be increased to 1600mm, which reflects the high adaptability of this lens and makes the use of the Auba camera. Become more diverse.
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