The Olympus 150-400mm f4.5 Pro is the largest and most expensive micro four thirds lens released to date. It was highly anticipated by wildlife professionals and enthusiasts before the official price cooled the hype. Has Olympus gone too far, or is this a “one of kind” lens that you won’t find elsewhere?
There is a lot of choice these days when it comes to short telephoto lenses for portraits within the Fujifilm X-mount system. In addition to various manual focus products, there are now no fewer than 8 lenses ranging from 50mm to 90mm (75mm to 135mm equivalent). In this comparison, we take a look at four […]
Over the past few years, Panasonic and Olympus have put in considerable effort to build a reliable and versatile system for wildlife photography. Today users have access a good range of products when it comes to both cameras and lenses. Up until now, the two companies have managed to release lenses that complement one another […]
The full-frame E-mount series has grown exponentially in the last couple of years. This is mainly thanks to a massive effort from Sony but also the result of third-party manufacturers investing in the system. Today, photographers have a lot of choice when it comes to lenses. Take the classic 35mm focal length: there are no […]
In terms of price, the Samyang Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 AF is the first 85mm lens in the FE catalogue to compete on an an equal footing with Sony’s own 85mm f/1.8 lens. Both cost in the region of $600 US, making them more affordable than the Zeiss Batis 85mm f/1.8 (which currently retails for around […]