Zuiko Digital 35-100mm f2

ZuikoDigital 35-100mm f2

The Zuiko Digital ED 35-100mm (equivalent to 70-200mm on a 35mm camera) is the world’s first 1:2.0 telephoto lens. Its increased focal length and maintained 1:2.0 aperture over the entire range makes it the brightest choice for the professional photographer.

Main features:

* Ultra-bright 1:2.0 maximum aperture over entire zoom range
* One Super ED and four ED glass elements for absolute minimum chromatic aberration
* Splash and dust proof construction to enhance reliability
* 2.9x zoom performance 35-100mm (70-200mm on a 35mm camera)
* Closest focusing distance: 1.4m
* Dimensions: 96.5 x 213.5mm
* Weight: 1,800g (with tripod adapter)


REVIEWS

Danijel Turina from Croatia reviewed the Olympus Digital Zuiko 35-100 1:2.0 and wrote:

The first thing one notices about it is size. It’s huge. I know it’s f/2, so it must be big, but it’s still a surprise. In spite of its bulk, it’s easy to shoot hand-held, especially with E1 body, which balances it out quite nicely. I used it continuously for more than half an hour and it didn’t give me any problems…
Because of its range and speed, it is uniquely suited for creating shallow depth of field at the portrait range; head shots are its specialty, and it really lives up to the task. Bokeh is nothing short of fantastic; as good as anything I ever saw…

SAMPLE PICTURES

- Zuiko Digital ED 35-100mm sample pictures posted at 163.com


See also: Lens Reviews | Olympus Lenses





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