Olympus 14-150mm sample images at FourThirdsUser.com

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Check out their website to see 38 image samples (jpg in original size):
http://fourthirds-user.com/2010/06/olympus_mzuiko_14150mm_f456_superzoom_sample_images.php

Reminder: The Olympus ED 14-150mm f/4.0-5.6 micro Four Thirds Lens will be in Stock by late June

Preoder the lens at Amazon US

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  • zul

    went to PMA in Melbourne today and I met all the Olympus guys that I know. I asked the price of 9-18 and 14-150… They said the price for both will be the same which is AUD799

  • Miroslav

    “I have also uploaded a very short clip taken with the same lens to demonstrate its video mode continuous focus capability, which is much improved compared to the original m.Zuiko lenses (17mm pancake and 14-42 standard kit zoom). The 14-150 is impressively quick to focus, less indecisive, and the focus motor is commendably quiet.”

    So far so good.

  • Looks gd based on the photos, and quite sharp wide open as well though it should be sharpest @ f/6.3. I prolly be selling away my oly 14-42mm and panny 45-200mm and get this lens while waiting for panny new 100-300mm.

  • Dave

    Looks good? They look awful! I’m hoping it’s the photographer and not the lens, because these approximate kit lens quality from a canon. CA is nasty, and it’s really soft in the corners. Poor contrast as well. Guess HG lenses have me spoiled.

  • Ya But

    This is typical photography nitpicking. It goes without saying that any camera or lens reviewed online will have half the people saying it totally sucks and the other half saying it looks great.

  • CR102

    It looks decent for the price, sharp over its entire range with loads of CA at the long end. It may be very popular if sold as kit with the E-PL1.

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