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Four Thirds User
4th June 2010, 09:10 PM
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Our sample 14-150mm m.Zuiko Micro Four Thirds super zoom lens has arrived. And here are our initial impressions, plus a gallery of 38 sample images taken today, including RAW and JPEG camera files. And also included is a movie clip to demonstrate the improved focus capability of the new lens.

More... (http://fourthirds-user.com/2010/06/olympus_mzuiko_14150mm_f456_superzoom_sample_image s.php)

Ian
18th June 2010, 01:45 PM
A minor point of interest - I can confirm that the LH-61C petal style lens hood of the 14-42 Four Thirds kit zoom fits the Micro Four Thirds 14-150.

Well done Olympus for that!

Ian

StephenL
18th June 2010, 04:02 PM
This willingness by Olympus to standardise components where possible is often overlooked. Witness the battery situation - only two types of battery to go between all its DSLR and Pen cameras, and the ability to share grips between the E-3 and E-30. Most other makes bring out a new camera, and you need a new type of battery!

blu-by-u
9th July 2010, 01:20 AM
Wonder if anyone's going to come up with a BLS to BLM adapter. Hence those of us with twin cameras would not need to carry 2 types of batteries and chargers.

Toonman
21st July 2010, 05:42 AM
I am pleased that Olympus have come up with a walk around lens for micro 4/3rds however, this should have been available in standard four thirds ages ago. This only helps to fuel the rumour mongers that standard 4/3rds is finished.

Adam

Nick Temple-Fry
21st July 2010, 08:01 AM
I am pleased that Olympus have come up with a walk around lens for micro 4/3rds however, this should have been available in standard four thirds ages ago. This only helps to fuel the rumour mongers that standard 4/3rds is finished.

Adam

Well there is the 18-180 for 4/3, been available for as long as I can remember.

Nick

Ian
27th July 2010, 02:29 PM
Well there is the 18-180 for 4/3, been available for as long as I can remember.

Nick

Panasonic also produced their Leica-branded 14-150. It's a truly great lens, but hard to find at the moment.

Ian