Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 mm F1.8 Lens, Fast Fixed Focal Length, Suitable for All MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G Series), silver

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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 mm F1.8 Lens, Fast Fixed Focal Length, Suitable for All MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G Series), silver

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75 mm F1.8 Lens, Fast Fixed Focal Length, Suitable for All MFT Cameras (Olympus OM-D & PEN Models, Panasonic G Series), silver

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The lens produces beautiful backgrounds with nine aperture blades — bokeh balls jumped brilliantly in my viewfinder at Christmas time. I think you’re saying that the slowest handheld shutter speed you’d usually use with any lens is the ‘reciprocal’ of the lens’ focal length . The only time I wish I had a full frame was on a recent trip to Yosemite and could not get El Cap fully in the frame with the reflection of it in the river.

Give this to anyone who doesn’t know anything about photo gear and they’ll tell you it feels special. I am not a huge fan of seeing animals in cages but it does sometime make for a challenge because I always try to get shots from the zoo that look different from every one elses typical zoo shots. the general rule on shutter speed is anything from 1 stop to double the focal length of a lens, my question is with Oly do you base that on whats written on the lens or the x2 focal lenght?

I find this to be a lot more fun, and leads to a lot of images I am happy with versus only bringing this lens “when I think I will need it”. In my opinion, 75mm (150mm) is a bit long for portrait, as you have to be too far from your subject. And that said, let me echo what i believe you referred to before in another review–namely the sadness of the faces in zoo animals. My issue is I am not always off traveling and seeing exotic sights so I have to settle in Phx AZ for photo pops, and there are very few.

I never said anything about colors, contrast, skin tones or DOF, so don’t know why you bring that into the discussion.It is a challenge since we were shooting Chow Kit, a market setting which did not allow much working space between the camera and subjects. Overall, despite this being one of the older m43 lenses, I have no complaints with AF speed and accuracy. Zuiko Pro line that compete slightly with the 75mm and other manufacturers have released a few lenses in the same focal length range as well.

You can actually see it in their eyes just how depressed the incarcerated monkeys are 🙂 Thank you providing your insights and real world reviews on these great cameras Steve – the OM-D has been on my radar since I first read about it here on your site. The dof difference between APS-C and mft is very low especially when you consider that mft lenses are already very good wide open while on aps-c you often have to step down at least one f-stop …. equivalent, fast primes at 24, 35, 50 (multiple choices) and 90mm equivalents; the very fast portrait tele like a 150/1. My parents bought a Canon SLR in 1990 right after they got married, but the film photos they snapped back then were extremely expensive and relatively poor by today’s standards.Well, in the days of film – when cameras used 35mm movie film, until digital shooting came along – a 50mm lens was considered a ‘standard’ or ‘normal’ lens, as it gave (gives) a view roughly the width of what men see when looking straight ahead . It is a tad long for what I usually do so I will stay with my 45mm…which brings out the question: did you notice a flatten effect compared to the 45mm? Capable of delivering an attention-grabbing shallow depth of field when shooting portraits, and attractively defocused surroundings, the M.



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