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The lens has a 35 mm equivalent of 150-600mm, making it the world's smallest and lightest 600mm super telephoto lens.

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Pros

Maintains quiet operation with ISO level increased - full functionality is available up to the 800 level for sufficient aperture compensation

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Unit is very easy to stabilize when manually braced against the user's body or a vertical surface - doesn't require a tripod/monopod to produce professional-quality photos

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Massive zoom capabilities are ideal for distant wildlife shots - birds and mammals can be captured with minimal risk of startling or endangering the animal

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Slim, lightweight design is ideal for freehand outdoor photography - most users will be able to conduct a full day of shooting without considerable wrist strain

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Picture picture quality is very sharp - video and photo content captured at full zoom is clear and vivid

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Cons

Doesn't provide a true 600mm equivalent field of view as compared to similar models from Canon and Sigma - may disappoint users hoping to capture wide-angle shots from a long distance

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Overall response time is fairly slow - may result in some users missing or sabotaging a difficult shot

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The Olympus M Zuiko Digital ED 75-300mm f4.8-6.7 lens has a 35 mm equivalent of 150-600mm, making it the world's smallest and lightest 600mm super telephoto lens. At a weight of only 15.17oz and measuring 2.76 by 4.57 inches, it delivers portability and high image quality in conjunction with Olympus PEN cameras, while its single-element, rear focusing mechanism results in fast and nearly silent HD video recordings with sound.

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