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New Olympus PEN & M.Zuiko Lenses

Posted by Hiroyuki Mori on

“The Olympus PEN E-PL8 offers premium design inherited from the PEN series, enhanced selfie functions and extensive creative shooting features that provides complete freedom. These features can be used not only with still images, but also with movies.

With excellent photo and video image quality that can only be provided by an interchangeable lens camera, and smartphone connectivity that lets you share your images then and there, the PEN delivers an experience that people have come to expect from photography today. This interchangeable lens system camera will be sure to satisfy a variety of needs, for those that enjoy taking the camera along, shooting, viewing, and sharing.

The M.Zuiko Digital ED 12-100mm F4.0 IS PRO zoom lens was designed and developed to provide excellent image quality and high magnification, all in a compact size. When combined with a Sync-IS-compatible camera, 5-axis Sync IS can be utilised, delivering the world's most powerful stabilisation performance equivalent to 6.5 shutter speed stops. This is a professional high-magnification zoom lens that truly meets the demands of professional photographers. 

The fast M.Zuiko Digital ED 25mm F1.2 PRO lens lavishly uses special lens elements to suppress all types of aberrations and create beautiful bokeh. This lens provides excellent resolving power and beautiful defocusing effects from maximum aperture for natural, three-dimensional image quality. This lens is also equipped with a mechanism for high-speed, high-precision focusing. You will never miss a photo opportunity.

The new M.Zuiko Digital ED 30mm f3.5 Macro provides sharpness and beautiful defocusing effects appropriate to a lens in the M.Zuiko Premium category. Furthermore, when combined with the 5-axis Image Stabilisation of the OM-D and PEN cameras, you can enjoy high magnification shooting, without worrying about camera shake. The fastest AF speed in its class supports you to capture the best moments.”

Olympus Imaging Australia, 20.09.2016


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