Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 300mm f/4 PRO lens listed at Amazon

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The upcoming Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 300mm f/4 PRO lens is now listed at Amazon. Here are the details:

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  • World's most powerful 6-steps of compensation synchronized in-lens and in-body Image Stabilization
  • Closest focus of 1.4 meters gives a 0.48X (35mm equivalent) telemacro photography
  • Splash, Dust, and Freeze proof design
  • Manual focus clutch & Lfn button to instantly switch shooting styles
  • Compatible with the MC-14 tele-converter
  • Shipping starts on March 7th
  • Price: $2,499.99

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Color Black
Included Components 300mm f4.0 lens^Decoration Ring DR-79^Lens Case LSC-1127^Lens Cap LC-77B^Rear Lens Cap LR-2^Tripod Mount
Item Dimensions 3.6 x 3.6 x 8.9 inches
Item Weight 4.8 pounds
Lens Design Fixed Prime
Lens Type super-telephoto
Maximum Aperture ƒ/4
Maximum Focal Length 300
Maximum Format Size Four Thirds
Minimum Aperture ƒ/22
Minimum Focal Length 300
Photo Filter Thread Size 77 mm
Shipping Weight 1 pound
UNSPSC Code 45121603
Zoom Type fixed

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  • doge

    LOL. for a few more dollars you can get the new Nikon 300 f4, which is smaller and lighter, and one of their top DX cameras (5500 or 7200). You’ll probably end up with a smaller kit too.

    Seems like mirrorless is realizing quality equipment can’t really fit in the palm of your hand.

  • Originaru

    World’s most powerful 6-steps of compensation synchronized in-lens and in-body Image Stabilization

    FINALLY!

  • CHD

    Wow…$2500 for a slow, 300mm f4 lens for the tiny 4/3 format…..wow. The Canon 300mm f4 IS is $1350 and it actually covers a FF image circle.

    Granted, the Olympus looks to be a very nice lens but I just don’t understand spending this much money for a system built around such a tiny sensor.

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