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  1. It is a kind of bizarre to be a faithful user of the Micro Four Third image sensor format (MFT) with the strong will to have the most compact camera body-lens combination and finally choose a super telephoto zoom that the final physical length extension remind the days of the 35mm film-analog era and their big bazooka telephoto optics. The Olympus M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm F4.8-6.7 II zoom lens is a beast compare to the usual standard zoom lenses associated with the MFT format system (let’s put the Pro optic line-up aside in that case) which are presented into a small-sized dimensions. But, in
  2. When it comes time to do birds photography, all eyes are turn on the telephoto lens model you are choosing to realize your pictures. And it is also obvious that such an optic has to give you at least a increase magnification of 10 times compare to your normal eyesight. That means for the Micro Four Third format something like a 250mm (10 X 25mm). But you can manage to install a more bird friendly and nearer (!) environment, with some bird tables (feeders) or baths that will allow you to be nearer of them as it is my case with the advantage to get a more predictable arrangement and a better rat
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