M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS

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M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS - mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Olympus Deutschland


Am 04.08.2020 stellte Olympus das M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS vor.

Die Eckdaten in Kurzform:

Aus dem Pressetext von Olympus Deutschland:

"Das neue M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS ist die perfekte Ergänzung für mobile OM-D- und PEN-Fotografen. Es überzeugt mit den wetterfesten Eigenschaften der erfolgreichen M.Zuiko PRO-Serie und ist dabei erstaunlich kompakt und leicht – bei einer Brennweite von 200-800 mm*. Diese beeindruckende Leistung kann mit dem M.Zuiko Digital 2x Teleconverter MC-20 auf 1.600 mm* verdoppelt werden. Das neue M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS ist ab Mitte August zu einem Preis von 1.299 EUR / 1.399 CHF verfügbar."


Ein Zitat aus dem "Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 100-400mm f/5.6-6.3 IS Review" in ephotozine.com:

"First off, there is no doubt that Olympus have produced a superb lens, both for ease of use and for features provided. Performance is also excellent, better than the bald figures suggest. The IS system works well, extending the usefulness of the lens as the light levels fall. The price is also excellent, just over £1000 being a very fair price point for such a long lens."
"For those who are already using the Olympus system this could just be the wildlife lens you have been waiting for - I personally would not hesitate. Those who are looking to lighten their load may well be tempted also as similar lenses for DSLR are generally much heavier and bulkier."

Einige Zitate aus "Olympus M.Zuiko 100-400mm F5-6.3 IS Review" von Robin Wong:

"On the whole, the Olympus M.Zuiko 100-400mm F5-6.3 IS exceeded my expectations. The lens delivers beautiful images with remarkable sharpness, resolving plenty of fine details and good contrast throughout the entire zoom range. Furthermore, the lens has excellent technical lens flaw control. Although this lens may not be a PRO lens, it is fully weather-sealed with an official rating of IPX1. The build quality surpasses what the current non-PRO lenses offer, and with built in image stabilization inside the lens, the Olympus 100-400mm is perfectly usable hand-held delivering high hit rates. Adding the ability to add even more reach with full teleconverters (MC-14 and MC-20), you get a lot of value from the Olympus 100-400mm lens."
"Is there anything I do not like about the 100-400mm lens? At the asking price point and considering what this lens offers - versatility to shoot at flexible focal lengths, delivering fantastic image quality, any complains would be nitpicking. Perhaps, the variable aperture was not the easiest to work with, dealing with supertelephoto long reach. I admit shooting at F6.3 at the longest end often requires bumping up the ISO numbers. Ideally the lens would have been much better if the longest end has the brighter aperture of F5.6. I fully understand that will also increase the size and weight of the lens, so at this point, Olympus' offering of the 100-400mm is a good compromise and balance between size, performance and price."

Zum Vergleich mit dem LEICA DG VARIO-ELMAR 1:4.0-6.3/100-400 ASPH. POWER O.I.S. einige Zitate aus "Olympus 100-400mm vs Panasonic 100-400mm – The complete comparison" in mirrorlesscomparison.com:

"The M.Zuiko 100-400mm is a recent addition to the super telephoto lens category of the vast micro four thirds system. It doesn’t disappoint in terms of sharpness where it does a better job than the older Panasonic Leica equivalent, especially at the fastest apertures. The zoom range is the same, but the Olympus is compatible with the 1.4x and 2.0x teleconverters, an option you don’t get with the competitor lens."
"When it comes to stabilisation, the Panasonic is inferior on its own but matches the performance of the Olympus lens when using a Lumix camera compatible with Dual IS (sensor + optical stabilisation)."
"I’m a bit disappointed that Olympus didn’t give its lens Sync IS support when using a compatible OM-D bodies, as the performance could have been much better in my opinion, especially when recording video. Perhaps it is because it’s not a Pro lens and is less expensive, but stabilisation is the company’s most advanced feature, and in my opinion it should have been there."

Technische Daten

M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS
Hersteller: Olympus Bezeichnung: M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS
Brennweite: 100-400 mm Herstellungszeitraum: 2020 - [[:Kategorie:|]]
Lichtstärke: 5.0-6.3 Blendenbereich: 22
Baulänge: 206 mm Durchmesser: 86 mm
Gewicht: 1.300 g Filtergewinde: 72 mm
Min. Entfernung: 1.3 m Max. Abbildungsm.: 1:1.8 (mFT / 1:3.5 (Kleinbild)
Bajonett: micro FT Spritz-/Staubschutz: ja Bildstabilisator: ja
Bildwinkel: 12-3° Linsen/Baugruppen: 21/15 Blendenaufbau: ? (kreisförmig)
Innenfokussierung: ja Geradführung: Innenzoom:
AF-Antrieb: Fokussierung: Zoom:
Besonderheiten: IS im Objektiv vorhanden - nicht kompatibel mit dem Sync-IS der E-M1- und E-M5-Modelle


Es sind folgende Varianten bekannt:

M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS

Linsenschnitt des M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 100-400mm F5.0-6.3 IS - mit freundlicher Genehmigung von Olympus Deutschland


Die "Ursprungsvariante" wurde am 04.08.2020 vorgestellt.

Olympus-Code: EZ-M1040



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