Digicame-info leaked the detailed specs and two images (final production version) of the upcoming Olympus 300mm f/4 PRO Lens. The Olympus 300mm f/4 PRO Lens will be announced on January 6, 2016 at the CES 2016 with a price tag 2600 Euro. And it will ship in late February 2016.
Here are the Olympus 300mm f/4 PRO lens detailed specs:
- 300mm f/4.0 IS PRO (600mm equivalent)
- 6 stop correction (world’s best stabilization!)
- 17 lenses in 10 groups (three Super ED lens, one E-HR lens, three HR lens)
- Backlight at the time of the ghost, and adopted a new coating “Z Coating Nano” to significantly reduce the flare.
- Total length 227mm (hood when using 280mm). The maximum diameter of 92.5mm. It weighs 1270 grams (1475 grams in the tripod sit). Dust and water specification that has been subjected to 17 locations sealing. Low-temperature performance of -10 ℃.
- Tele Macro function of the shortest photographing distance 1.4m. Maximum magnification is 0.24 times (MC-14 0.34-fold during use).
- It is equipped with a “manual focus clutch mechanism”. Focus limit switch, with a L-Fn button.
- 140cm close focusing distance
- 77mm filter
- 93x227mm, 1475g
- In lens stabilization (up to 6 stops!)
- weather sealed
- Price: Manufacturer’s suggested retail price of ¥ 370,000 (including tax ¥ 399,600). In Europe 2600 Euro
- Shipping is scheduled in late February 2016
Two more images of the final production version Olympus 300mm f/4 PRO Lens:
The Olympus 300mm f/4 PRO Lens is a telephoto prime lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras, it provides a 35mm focal length equivalent of 600mm and also gives constant aperture of f/4. and it is expected to feature extremely high quality optics. The lens will feature dust- and splash-proof construction and looks to be roughly the same size as the 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO.
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