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|Weight||3.64 lb (1.65 kg)|
|Filter thread||77 mm|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 3.8 x 8.41" (9.65 x 21.35 cm)|
|Camera mount type||Four Thirds|
|Minimum focus distance||4.59' (1.4 m)|
|Angle of view||34° - 12°|
|Focal length||35 - 100 mm
Comparable Four Thirds and Micro 4/3 Focal Length: 70 - 200 mm
|Format compatibility||Four Thirds|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:11.1|
One of the most premiere and expensive long-range lenses is the ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 35-100mm F2.0, which allows your digital SLR to snap high-end telephotos with easy operations and no delays.
Easy- simple instructions, complex shootin, Convenient- not as bulky as other models we've seen, Premiere- features the latest technology for perfect exposure, Average- 35-100mm focal lens impresses, but not enough
Expensive- double the price of competitors
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Here's the Olympus press release: Olympus Announces Prices For Zuiko Digital 90-250mm F2.8 And 35-100mm F2.0 Lenses Melville, New York, September 26, 2005 ? Olympus announced delivery dates and prices today for two new Zuiko Digital Specific? lenses.
I have owned a copy of this lens for a couple years now. I am astounded by its sharpness. It is fast and bright. It is a bit heavy and the hood is quite large. Nevertheless, it is a pleasure to use indoors and out. This lens lifts your game a couple of notches.
As others have confirmed, the sharpness, reasonably fast focus and beautiful bokeh make this lens a wonderful masterpiece to own. As competition to Canon and Nikon's 70-200mm F2.8 lenses, remember that F2.0 allows TWICE THE LIGHT.
Durable, Easy To Use, Reliable
This lens is so very impressive!!! It's bigger money to pay out on a lens, but the results in the photo is worth it. I shoot with an Olympus E-5 and also the omd-Em-5. the lens works well with either camera. Although with the M-5 it looks hilarious. It is very heavy to carry around hiking.
I'm primarily a studio professional photographer, although I do shoot some location and the very occasional event. In my personal work, I shoot a lot of landscape, nature and architectural work. I'm also a Canon user with a 1ds mkII and 5d mkII. The 35-100 is the most used lens in my bag.
Contrary to what another review indicates, the Olympus ZD 35-100mm lens does NOT have a SWD focus motor. Anyone who has used lenses with both will immediately know the difference.
A spectacular lens with essentially flawless optical performance. This is the premiere portrait lens for the Four Thirds system.
The focus motor is a little on the slow side, so it makes sense to take advantage of the focus limiter if you know that your subject will always be within one of the selectable distance ranges.
Top notch lens without any real weakness, great for portraiture, landscapes, sports and more.
+ very sharp (right from wide-open), + beautiful, silky smooth bokeh, + exceptional full-metal build, + guaranteed weatherproof, + AF-lock buttons, AF limiter, + lens hood with doors, velvet inside the hood, + 77 mm filter thread, + fast focusing
- expensive, - big and heavy, - focusing more noisy than ultrasonic type motors