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Olympus camera lenses unveiled
Mark Peters : November 9th 2009 - 22:30 CET
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OlympusOlympus ZUIKO lenses for Micro Four Thirds System : Besides the news the Micro Four Thirds fans were waiting for, namely the introduction of the new Olympus PEN E-P2 digital camera, there is more to tell you about future Micro Four Thirds Olympus ZUIKO lenses. Although Olympus hardly to not at all offers publicity about the lenses, we often find a roadmap appearing on a web site. The Olympus roadmap provides a clear picture of what we can expect when it comes to Olympus ZUIKO Digital lenses for the Micro Four Thirds System. In the first half of 2010, we will be able to welcome an ultra wide-angle zoom lens, the Olympus ZUIKO m. ED 9-18 mm f/4.0-5.6 ED (18-36 mm 35mm equivalent).

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Roadmap Olympus camera lenses
In the same period, the Olympus ZUIKO ED 14-150 mm f/4.0-5.6 telephoto zoom (28-300 mm 35mm equivalent) will be taking the limelight. With these, Olympus covers an extensive focal range for the amateur photographer. The more serious photographer or pro that possesses a Micro Four Thirds camera in addition to his professional DSLR will be more likely to request fish-eye, macro and ultra telephoto. According to the Olympus roadmap, these photographers will have to wait patiently until 2011, the year a foursome new (professional) ZUIKO lenses are scheduled to be introduced.

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Olympus ZUIKO lenses
The second line of future camera lenses is scheduled to be introduced around spring 2011, and will consist of a macro, fisheye, wide angle and ultra telephoto camera lens. This is a logical upgrade of the current range and comparable with the current Four Thirds Series. It is expected that Olympus will put more focus on developing the Micro Four Thirds System. At present, Olympus offers a Pen E-P1 and a PEN E-P2 camera in its range, but it is clear to everyone that there is much more to come in the future!




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