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ZD 18-180 now available for hire

The Zuiko Digital 18-180mm f/3.5-6.3 doesn't have a great deal of limelight out of the ZD lens range. But I think it can be a pretty useful lens. It's remarkably compact. Compare it below with a 14-54 II:





Well, we now have one if you'd like to try it out

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Re: ZD 18-180 now available for hire

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The Zuiko Digital 18-180mm f/3.5-6.3 doesn't have a great deal of limelight out of the ZD lens range. But I think it can be a pretty useful lens. It's remarkably compact. Compare it below with a 14-54 II:





Well, we now have one if you'd like to try it out

Ian
Although it's not marked on the lens, the ZD 18-180 has two aspherical and two ED elements, see:

http://four-thirds.org/en/fourthirds/standard.html#06

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