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A lens that was based on a redesign of the former M. Zuiko 14-150mm F4-5.6 Ultra Zoom, M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14‑150mm 1:4.0‑5.6 II brings F/4.0 maximum aperture with focal length of 14‑150mm. Now it incorporates ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) Coating to thoroughly remove ghosts and flaring, that’s an addition to the body’s dust, splash & freeze proof construction. Its Circular aperture diaphragm ensures that enough light passes through your imagery. Close-ups of faces, from indoor to outdoor scenes up to narrow streets this can be captured in a huge variation with the lens’ high-speed contrast Autofocus, and high-power 10.7x zoom. The 14-150 II has 58mm filter diameter and includes Dual Aspherical, High Refraction and Extra Low Dispersion lens elements in its design.
Product Features in Detail
Dustproof and splashproof construction for shooting in a variety of scenes
This lens is equipped with the same dustproof and splashproof cosntruction that was popular on the OM-D. When combined with the OM-D E-M1 or E-M5 Mark II, it maintains a high level of impermeability against sand, dust, and water droplets, making it possible to shoot without worrying even in the difficult environmental conditions.
Significantly compact and high image quality
With a maximum diameter of approximately Φ64mm, this is an extremely slim 10.7 high-magnification zoom lens. The optical system consists of many special glass materials, including DSA lenses, EDA lenses, and E-HR lenses for excellent image quality across the entire 10.7x zoom range.
Excellent close-up shooting capability
The lens can capture subjects at all zoom ranges from a closest shooting distance of 50cm (approx. 33cm from the end of the lens). Up to a maximum shooting magnification of 0.22x (35mm equivalent: 0.44x) is possible with close-up shooting.
ZERO (Zuiko Extra-low Reflection Optical) Coating is applied to the surface of the lens making it possible to throughly remove ghosts and flaring. ZERO Coating ensures clear image quality even in backlit or other unfavorable conditions.
A circular aperture mechanism is used to create natural defocusing effects without any flaws.
High-speed, silent autofocus
An inner focusing system is used, and an MSC mechanism consisting of just two lenses for a compact, lightweight lens unit, makes high-speed, silent autofocus possible. This makes for comfortable and enjoyable, stress-free still image and movie shooting.
Smooth manual focus
The manual focusing mechanism is designed to offer a responsive feel, with just the right amount of resistance to enable smooth, precise operation.
|Focal Length||Focal length||14 ‑ 150mm|
|Focal length (equiv. 35mm)||28 ‑ 300mm|
|Lens Construction||Lens configuration||15 elements / 11 groups|
|Aspherical glass elements||3 (1 is ED glass)|
|Lens mechanism||Inner focus|
|ED lens elements||2|
|Angle of view||75 ‑ 8.2°|
|Closest focusing distance||0.5m|
|Maximum image magnification||0.22x (Micro Four Thirds) / 0.44x (35mm format)|
|Aperture||Number of aperture blades||7 Circular aperture diaphragm for natural background blurring|
|Maximum aperture||1:4.0 (wide) / 1:5.6 (tele)|
|Dimensions||63.5mm Ø, 83mm|