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Olympus M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm F4.8-6.7 II

The M.Zuiko Digital ED 75–300mm F4.8–6.7 II (equiv. 150–600mm) super-telephoto lens is predestined for those long shots off in the distance, which you can magically bring nearer at a turn of the wrist. Extremely compact and lightweight, it enables you to be close to your subject without having to get so near. This high-power zoom lens has two additional benefits: it comes with a unique screw drive mechanism, which is especially quiet for shooting films and has a very fast autofocus function (MSC) for taking rapid-fire still shots.

Olympus M.Zuiko ED 75-300mm F4.8-6.7 II

  • Focal Length

    • Focal length

      75 ‑ 300mm

    • Focal length (equiv. 35mm)

      150 ‑ 600mm

    Lens Construction

    • Lens configuration

      18 elements / 13 groups

    • Lens mechanism

      Inner focus with screw drive mechanism

    • ED lens elements

      2 / 1 (Super ED)

    • HR elements


    • Angle of view

      16 ‑ 4.1°

    • Closest focusing distance

      0.9m (at 75mm focal length)

    • Maximum image magnification

      0.18x (Micro Four Thirds) / 0.36x (35mm format)


    • Number of aperture blades

      7 Circular aperture diaphragm for natural background blurring

    • Maximum aperture

      F4.8 (wide) / F6.7 (tele)

    • Minimum aperture


    Dimensions / Weight

    • Filter diamater


    • Length


    • Diameter


    • Weight


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