The M Zuiko Digital 14-150mm F4-5.6 is Olympus’ fourth lens for its Pen arrangement cameras, and the first to wander into the telephoto district. Its 10.7x zoom proportion places it solidly in “superzoom” region, covering an exceptionally valuable 28-300mm equal range, and making it perfect for universally useful “walkaround” or travel use. (Undoubtedly Olympus says that with it on your camera ‘you will never miss a photograph opportunity’, maybe making one wonder in the matter of why the organization still makes different lenses.)
Like all superzooms the 14-150mm utilizations a complex optical recipe, with 15 components in 11 bunches including 3 aspheric components (one of which is produced using ED glass) to right distortions. Be that as it may, not at all like others, it’s a genuinely lightweight lens, tipping the scales at under 10 ounces. It’s generally little as well – Olympus gloats that the volume has been diminished by 35% contrasted with its similar to DSLR lens – keeping up the Pen arrangement’s accentuation on convenientce. The self-adjust framework has been intended to meet the requests of motion picture shooting, and utilizes only two lens components for centering which guarantees quick, quiet AF. There’s a roundabout gap stomach to give easily obscured foundations in any case, in what’s getting to be something of a pattern for the Pen line, the lens hood is a discretionary additional.
One component missing, however, is inherent optical adjustment, essentially on the grounds that Olympus utilizes as a part of body adjustment for its Pen cameras. This implies Panasonic G-arrangement proprietors won’t get any type of adjustment at all with this lens, which is a critical thought for a generally moderate long zoom. This is the key refinement with respect to the most evident option, Panasonic’s own Lumix G Vario HD 14-140mm F4-5.8 OIS; however the extra many-sided quality of the balanced out lens results in a somewhat higher cost. We should perceive how the Olympus performs.