Panasonic H-FS100300 SLR Telephoto lens Negro lente de cámara - Objetivo (SLR, 17/12, Telephoto lens, 1,50 m, 4 - 5,6, Automático/Manual)
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- Maximum focal length of 600mm super telephoto zoom (35mm camera equivalent)
- 7 diaphragm blades / Circular aperture diaphragm (F4.0[Wide] - F5.6[Tele] to F22)
- An ED lens in the first lens group for superb optical performance by suppressing chromatic aberration at entire zoom range
- 67mm filter size, Multi-coated lens elements minimize ghosts and flare.
- Auto-focus. Please Note: Kindly refer the User Manual before use.
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Ajustes de enfoque: Automático/Manual
Apertura máxima: 22
Capacidad de zoom: 3
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad: DMC-GF3CT, DMC-GH2HK, DMC-GF3CK, DMC-GH2S-BODY-ONLY, DMC-GX1KS, DMC-GX1SBODY, DMC-GX1KK, DMC-GX1KBODY, DMC-GX1XK, DMC-GX1XS, DMC-G3KR, DMC-GF2KK, DMC-GH2KK, DMC-GF3XW, DMC-GF3XR, DMC-GF3KK, DMC-GF3CR, DMC-GF3XK, DMC-GF3KBODY, DMC-GF3CW, DMC-GF3KW, DMC-GF3KR, DMC-GF3XT, DMC-GF3KT, DMC-GF2CS, DMC-G3KT, DMC-GF1C-K, DMC-GH1K, DMC-GH1K-Body-Only, DMC-GF2CK, DMC-GF2CW, DMC-GF2KW, DMC-GF2KR, DMC-GF2KS, DMC-GF2CR, DMC-GH2K-BODY-ONLY, DMC-GH2KS, DMC-G3KBODY, DMC-G3KW, DMC-G3KK, DMC-G1K, DMC-G10K, DMC-G1A, DMC-G1R, DMC-G2A, DMC-G2K, DMC-G2R, DMC-GF1K-K
Componente para: SLR
Distancia focal mínima (equivalente a película de 35mm): 200 mm
Distancia más cercana de enfoque: 1,50 m
Diámetro: 7,36 cm
Enfoque manual: Si
Estructura de lente (elementos/grupos): 17/12
Formato de imagen del sensor: Micro Cuatro Tercios
Intervalo de longitud focal: 100 - 300 mm
Longitud: 12,6 cm
Máxima distancia de enfoque (equivalente a película 35mm): 600 mm
Peso: 520 g
Rango de apertura: 4 - 5,6
Tamaño de filtro: 6,7 cm
Tipo de lente: Telephoto lens
Ángulo de visión diagonal (max): 12°
Ángulo de visión diagonal (min): 4,1°
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- Great range and pretty sharp throughout (very sharp 100-200mm). It's approximately the same field of view you get using a 100-400mm f4-f5.6 on a DX sensor, or 200-600mm on an FX sensor. I picked it over the 200mm version because if I need to shoot long, I might as well spend a little more and have the reach (telecoverters are out of the question on these lenses), plus I'd rather have 200mm at the middle of the range and be sharp as all get out than have it at the end of the range and a little soft.
- Excellent to good wide open at all lengths. No, not tack sharp at 300mm f5.6. Good (and quite a bit better than "good enough"). If you're viewing your pics online, you'll be very stoked; if you're making prints up to 13x19 or so, you'll be stoked. If you're pixel-peeping, what the heck are you doing with a $400 lens and an m4/3 body? Sack-up and get a D800, 5DM3 or a medium format body and be done with it. I'm sure the corners are a little wack, but what lens with this reach and maximum aperture isn't? I'd say it's better than the Nikon or Canon 70-300mm f4-f5.6 for DX, with more effective reach given the m4/3 sensor size.
- Decently-priced for the range. If you can get a good one used, I'd always say go that route, but $400-$500 for this lens is about what you'd expect. Amazon will probably do a crappy job of packing the lens (sorry; it's the truth), but you can always return it if there's a problem.
- Small and light: this isn't an impress your friends with your bulging forearms lens. It's easy to carry and you look like a tourist using it. This is a good thing about the m4/3 system because I don't like being questioned about my gear when I'm shooting. Pull out a monopod and a 100-400 on a dSLR, and someone will be compelled to ask you how much it costs. They also get suspicious of what you're shooting. I can fit this lens, a 9-18, a 25mm, and a 45 mm in a somewhat effeminate, medium murse-sized canvas bag and put it under the seat of a plane.
- IS: I'm just guessing here; I use the Oly in-body IS. If you're using a Panasonic, you'll probably appreciate it. It may be light, but you'll get a lot more keepers at 300mm if you use the IS (or even better: some kind of support).
- Flare/ghosting does not seem to be a problem. Images are contrasty unless shooting directly into the sun.
The cons are pretty limited:
- Chromatic aberration: Maybe it's an m4/3 thing, but it seems like every Panasonic and Olympus m4/3 lens I have is worse than my Nikons for chromatic aberration; this lens is no exception. Pany bodies will remove it if you shoot jpeg, but that's a non-starter for me. It's removable in post, but it would be nice to have it better controlled from the start.
- Not weather sealed: I like shooting in all kinds of weather and around wind-blown sand, so it would have been nice to have it sealed.
- Not good for most sports: I saved this for last because it's a big deal depending on what you want to do. To be fair, it's really a limitation of the m4/3 bodies I've tried, and not just the lens. But there's a lot of people who might be thinking this would be a great birding or sports lens, and it falls flat for two reasons: continuous focus is a joke, and f5.6 is too slow for decent shutter speeds in anything but bright light. Yes, you can do probably do anything with any lens if you're good or patient enough. But why make it that hard? If shooting sports or flying birds is your primary avocation, I think you'll be a disappointed in this lens and m4/3 bodies overall.
Hope the review helps. Overall, if you don't want to spend the big bucks and you're invested in the m4/3 system, this is a good addition to your bag for reach and portability.
It does have some auto focus issues. It can be slow at times, and get confused, especially in low light, but I have an Olympus 4/3 lens in a similiar focal length and price range and it does not perform any better.
I first bought this lens smaller brother the 45-200 mm zoom. It is pretty sharp, but not as sharp as it's bigger brother at the same focal length.
This is Panasonic's largest M4/3 lens so far and weighs in at 1.14 lbs. To give you a comparison, Nikon's 70-300 mm lens weighs in at 1.6 lbs. Unfortunately at 4.9" long it is not as small as I think it should be. The Nikon 70-300 VR is 5.6" long so not that much bigger and that is an FX lens. However, with that said this is a solid lens with great construction. It is typical of all of their heigh end lenses such as the 8mm Fisheye and 7-14mm wide angle. Something to note is this lens will be unwieldy to use on all the Olympus M4/3 and the Panasonic GF lines.
This lens takes very nice photos and the autofocus is very fast. Especially on the GH2. The Image Stabilization works as advertised.
Overall, if you are looking to take pictures of birds, your kids soccer games, or anything else that you would use a 600mm lens then this is the one to use on the M4/3 system.
As a comparison the Olympus 75-300mm f/4.8-6.7 is smaller and lighter and covers a greater focal range. However, it does not have Image Stabilization as that is built into Olympus cameras. So this would not be a good lens for Panasonic users. Also, I prefer the build and feel of the Panasonic. However, that is my personal bias. Oh the Olympus is $900 vs $600 for the Panasonic.
Now that I have had a chance to play with this lens on the GH2 for a while, I can say this combo is great for shooting wildlife. The GH2 has an Extra Tele Convert (ETC) mode that makes this lens the equivalent of a 840mm (Medium ETC) and 1200mm (Small ETC). When you shoot in this mode you are getting an 8mp and 4mp image respectively. Yes you can crop a picture to get the same magnification. However, by selecting the ETC mode you are more likely to focus to an ultra sharp image on your subject. Also, it saves you 1 step in your work flow and saves space on your computer. So I find the ETC mode useful for stills also. As a down side it effectively makes your sensor smaller so it is not that useful in high ISO situations.
Overall, a brilliant lens and a no brainer if you are looking for extra reach on you M4/3 system.
Even though the instructions and everything was in a foreign language, this lens is great. The focus is 10x better. Only downside for this lens is perhaps the zoom. Feels really stiff and doesn't seem to smooth itself out over time. It's like it tough to turn it at first then all the sudden it gives. Impossible to smoothly zoom.