Olympus 300mm stabilization
Olympus and Panasonic have long been expanding Micro Four Thirds’ lens selection, and at CES 2016, the former introduced a new 300mm F4 to fill an important gap for wildlife and sports photographers. It’s one of Olympus’ Pro-series lenses, meaning an all-metal construction and professional-grade weather sealing.  It also means it’s very expensive, at $2500 – but also much cheaper than the alternative on other systems (the Canon equivalent is a mere $11,500). Olympus’ lens is much smaller than equivalent lenses on other systems, though it has less shallow depth of field. Because of the Micro Four Thirds-sized sensor and some engineering wizardry, the…

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