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40-150mm f/4-5.6 ED M.Zuiko


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Brand: Olympus
Focus: Auto
Mass (g): 190
Length (mm): 83
Filter (Ømm): 58
Optics: 13/10
AOV ˚: 30-8.2
Macro: 0.16x
Min. Focus (mm): 900
Hood: LH-61D


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I love this lens.

I think this lens is a NECESSARY lens for any trip from my house. I use it for landscapes, "macro" (sort of,) and everything in between. I am going to post some links to flickr images in a bit. I think this is really a remarkable lens. Or perhaps I just got a very good copy?

Mountain Harebell


Using the 40-150 as something of a closeup lens. These are mountain harebells, about 1.5" long, and maybe 1/2" to 3/4" opening.  They have  managed to grow through a "thicket" of caribou lichen


Black Crowberries


These are black crowberries. They are smaller than blueberries.

Black Crowberries


Early Fall Colors


And a "landscape lens." If I display the largest version of this image, it still has decent resolution.


Early Fall Colors

And this photo of the Yukon River is also fairly sharp... but not quite as good as most of these images. That is an open personal boat in the river.


Alpine Bearberry

This is a bearberry plant, nestled within a forest of birch trees.... albeit dwarf birch.


I have some other images of a village 12 miles distant, and you can see the buildings when you enlarge the image. I will locate them tomorrow




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