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Olympus E Digital 18-180mm f3.5 Zoom Lens


Olympus E Digital 18-180mm f3.5 Zoom Lens


Olympus E Digital 18-180mm f3.5 Zoom Lens This is lightweight, compact and with a great 10x standard zoom lens covered to the range of distinct telephoto effect. It is equivalent to 36-360mm on a 35mm camera. The almighty lens can cover most of shooting scene. The closest focusing distance is down to 45cm in entire zoom area, and 0.23x (equivalent to 0.46x on a 35mm camera) of magnification allows you close-up shots. Directly compatible with E-System cameras. Compatible with Micro Four Thirds digital cameras (PEN\OM-D) through use of the MMF-2 or MMF-3 (Four Thirds Lens Adapter to Micro Four Thirds Lens Adapter). Not Included Filter Size: 62 mm

  • Olympus E Digital 18-180mm f3.5 Zoom Lens
  • It is equivalent to 36-360mm on a 35mm camera.
  • Directly compatible with E-System cameras.
  • Compatible with Micro Four Thirds digital cameras (PEN\OM-D) through use of the MMF-2 or MMF-3 (Four Thirds Lens Adapter to Micro Four Thirds Lens Adapter). NOT Included
  • Filter Size: 62 mm

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Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-40mm f2.8 Lens


Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-40mm f2.8 Lens


Constant f2.8 maximum aperture Dustproof, Splash proof, and Freeze proof construction Includes lens hood and pouch Equipped with manual focus clutch mechanism Compatible with Olympus and Panasonic cameras

  • Constant f2.8 maximum aperture
  • Dustproof, Splash proof, and Freeze proof construction
  • Includes lens hood and pouch
  • Equipped with manual focus clutch mechanism
  • Compatible with Olympus and Panasonic cameras

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  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Review of Olympus 18-180mm f/3.5-6.3 Zuiko Lens for E Series DSLR Cameras, November 13, 2007
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    This review is from: Olympus E Digital 18-180mm f3.5 Zoom Lens (Accessory)
    The 18 – 180 mm Zuiko lens appears to work better than the two lenses that came with the E-510 Olympus camera when I purchased it. The pictures appear consistently significantly sharper (better focus?) than most photos I’ve taken with the other lenses. I’ve had no problems with brightness working at the zoom / wide angle extremes (18 mm & 180 mm) as I think I read in one or two of the other reviews. I doubt I will use the original two lenses that came with the camera much anymore (if at all) because this lens adequately covers their combined zoom ranges (14 mm to 150 mm) — at least for my use.

    This lens is a bit on the heavy side, however, compared to my old Rollei 120 tlr, it is still light.

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  2. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Falls a bit short of my expectations, July 7, 2008
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    MKB (Ohio, USA) –

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    This review is from: Olympus E Digital 18-180mm f3.5 Zoom Lens (Accessory)
    I bought the 2-lens e-500 camera kit well over a year ago, but felt the 40-150mm lens that came with it was not as sharp as it could be. Because I am trying to build a photography business, I decided recently to replace the 40-150 lens I had. I chose the Zuiko 18-180 for its zoom range; I felt it could pretty much take the place of both of the lenses that came with the e-500, and I wouldn’t need to be switching lenses all the time. For that, this lens is perfect. It is also wonderful for macro photography; but for extreme closeups you will need a closeup filter set or dedicated macro lens (the filters work GREAT!).

    I use a monopod or tripod for most of my shots, but I still don’t think I’m getting the sharpness I should be for a lens of this price. So I’m not completely happy with it. I recently ordered an e-520 to replace the 500, but don’t have it yet. Maybe that will make a difference, but I’ve read that it’s the lens that makes a great photo, not the camera.

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  3. 7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Lens, November 13, 2013
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    hp

    This review is from: Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-40mm f2.8 Lens (Electronics)
    Bought this from a NYC camera store and was delivered to me 11/11/13. I put myself on the wait list the minute it was announced so I am likely one of the first to get this lens. I have had only a few days worth of shooting but will put my initial impressions here.

    Pros:

    1. Superb optics. I am not a pixel peeper but no issues at any focal length even wide open. The lens is very sharp with fair contrast. No significant distortion. Slight CA. No noticeable vignetting in real life situations. I am not sure if my EM-5 is correcting for this lens with software. I have not tried on Panasonic bodies. All of this at a constant f2.8 throughout the zoom.

    2. Size. No comparison to larger format lenses with a constant 2.8 aperture in this focal range. Others manufacturers might make FF and APS-C cameras smaller and smaller but they cannot match the size of the m4/3 lenses.

    3. Very useful zoom range for the average shooter. This can be the one lens you can have for the entire system. It covers semi-wide to semi-long, good for landscapes to portraits. You might want to get prime lenses for bigger aperture, smaller size or shallower DOF/subject isolation but with the newer m4/3 cameras that do well at higher ISO, this lens is fine even for night-time photography.

    4. Fantastic build quality. Olympus 75mm might be a tad better made but it is close. I should know; I own most primes from Olympus and Panasonic and a few zooms. I have tried almost every lens made for the m4/3 system from any manufacturer from friends. The lens is solid with good heft but not too heavy. It has good dampened rings which are as good as any m43 lens although inferior to lenses from Leica or older (pre-digital) lenses from Nikon, Canon, Olympus, etc.

    5. Looks fantastic. I know it has nothing to do with picture quality but if I was not into visually pleasing things, I would not be into photography in the first place.

    6. Lens button. I love the fact I can assign DOF to this.

    7. Auto focus/Snap focus. It’s as fast and as quiet as any m4/3 lens used on my EM-5. The snap focus feature by pulling the focus ring back is something that gives Olympus a significant advantage over other manufacturers. Brilliant.

    8. Included hood and lens pouch. I thought h*ll would freeze over before this would happen. It is getting colder recently.

    9. On that topic; weather sealed.

    Cons: (Minor)

    1. The lens is not fully retracted at 12mm. It is actually fully retracted at 16mm. Thus, if you store with lens at 12mm, the front element is not completely against the body. I am not sure if this will impact durability over time as it is carried/stored.

    2. The lens cap is huge (for Olympus). They needed to redesign the lens cap due to the hood but I feel it is too thick now.

    3. The lens crashed my EM-5. The camera crashed when I first attached this lens. I am not sure if Olympus will issue a firmware update. It was interesting to find out the power lever on the EM-5 is software based; i.e., flipping it did not turn off the camera when it crashed.

    4. Made in China, like iphones, ipads and most other electronics. I was hoping for Made in Japan.

    Overall, a great lens and highly recommended for anyone looking for an all-around lens for the m43 system.

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  4. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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    Fabulous, March 29, 2014
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    Gary L. Kieffer (Heidelberg, Germany) –
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    This review is from: Olympus M.Zuiko ED 12-40mm f2.8 Lens (Electronics)
    This is the sharpest lens, this side of Leica, that I have used in years, any make., model, or brand…simply incredible

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