Leica 100-400mm vs the new Olympus 150-400mm size comparison

Dpreview published the following image to whow the big size difference between the currently available Panasonic-Leica 100-400mm f/4.0-6.3 lens and the new Olympus 150-400mm f/4.5 lens:

It’s expected that a constant aperture lens is much bigger than the Leica. Moreover the Olympus has a handy built-in 1.2x converter. I hope they don’t go crazy with the price…I expect something around $2,500…?

Olympus 17mm f/1.2 PRO tested at Lenstip: “truly impressive”

Lenstip tested the Olympus 17mm f/1.2 PRO lens:

After a slight misfire with the PRO 1.2/25 model which price, compared to its possibilities, was definitely too high, the continuation of PRO f/1.2 lenses series can be called completely successful. Both models announced in 2017, the M. Zuiko PRO 1.2/17 and the 1.2/45, proved to be optically excellent and both were able to break resolution records. Perhaps they aren’t completely free of any faults and you can’t call them cheap either but the number of their assets and their performance are truly impressive. As a result, the Micro 4/3 system finally got fast, fixed focal length lenses that are able to profit from the advantages connected to the size of the detector they are designed for.