Olympus M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 75-300mm F4.8-6.7 II
Super‑telephoto zoom in a compact suit
- The M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 75–300mm 1:4.8–6.7 II (150–600mm) super‑telephoto lens is predestined for those long shots off in the distance, which you can magically bring nearer at a turn of the wrist. Extremely compact and lightweight, it enables you to be close to your subject without having to get so near. This high‑power zoom lens has two additional benefits: it comes with a unique screw drive mechanism, which is especially quiet for shooting films and has a very fast autofocus function (MSC) for taking rapid‑fire still shots.
- Excellent value for money: Traditional super telezooms are usually big, heavy and very expensive – making high-level telephotography only affordable for a privileged few. But not anymore. The M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 75–300mm 1:4.8–6.7 II provides an impressive focal length at an exceedingly compact size and low weight.
- Outstanding image quality: This M.ZUIKO long telephoto lens’s optical construction enables an impressively high image quality. Together with the image stabiliser (IS) incorporated in all OLYMPUS Micro Four Thirds system cameras, and the lens’s small and lightweight construction, it also allows you to shoot images even without a tripod.
- High speed AF with low noise: The MSC mechanism enables fast and quiet focusing due to high-precision engineering and a small amount of lightweight lenses. In contrast to other lenses where the focusing lens is moved using a gear and so causing focusing noise, this M.ZUIKO’s focusing lens is moved using a metallic shaft and feed screw.