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Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 from Olympus is a 150mm equivalent prime for Micro Four Thirds mirrorless cameras. Coupled with the reach and visual compression of ...


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Lens Mount: F-mount · Designed For: DSLR CAMERA · Focal Length: 75mm mm · Lens Type: Telephoto · Zoom Lens.


Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 Lens Features

  • High-Grade Portrait Lens (150mm 35mm equivalent)
  • High-speed, single-focal-length telephoto lens optimized for studio, stage, indoor sports and portrait photography
  • Nine-blade circular aperture unit
  • 50mm diameter glass front; 10 lens elements in nine groups
  • MSC (Movie & Still Compatible) autofocusing mechanism
Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 Lens Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 Lens Colours:
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Olympus M.Zuiko Digital ED 75mm f/1.8 Lens Specifications

Additional Features
Water Resistant No
Compatibility Features
Designed For DSLR Cameras
Suitable For Wildlife
Brand Olympus
Color Black
Lens Type Telephoto
Model ET-M7518BLK
Prime/Zoom Prime
In the Box
Sales Package 1 Lens
Performance Features
Aperture with Max Focal Length F/1.8

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So if I shoot with a LUMIX G9.camera , will I have purple fringing around my photos?
Thank you Robin, an interesting vid, an awsome lens.
Hey Robin, congrats on another phenomenal lens! When considering m43, two lenses stood out to me: this one and the 12mm f2. Both are great lenses imo (this one the best by far...) but both are also a challenge due to very wide/very long field of view. I DID get the 12mm, which I like, but chose the 45mm 1.2 rather than 75mm, as I already have a long lens with an adapter to begin with: the contax G 90mm f2,8. Had I needed or wanted a lens better suited to concert photography (which I NEVER EVER do), I would have picked this one up in stead of the 45mm. And btw, my 90mm is also useful for macro with a close-up lens. Works surprisingly well. I always learn so much from your videos, and love your enthusiasm too. Thanks so much for sharing. Jan.
I love this lens for portraits, however i recently took this lens out to shoot surfing and was really disappointed. Perhaps it was my mistake for shooting wide open, but the amount of chromatic aberration i got was just insane, i’m talking *thick* bright green and purple lines covering half the surfer’s body and face. Even LR couldn’t eliminate it completely.
This lens, and the Lumix 20mm lens, are the lenses I miss the most now that I did my m43 bodies. You're very talented and you wedding photos are beautiful ❤️
Man, that's a beautiful lens that I can't afford but I do have an old Zuiko 85mm f/2 that I adapted to my OMD cameras and it is gorgeous.
I was looking at an 85mm f2 (OM system) but found a 75mm f1.8 for less money (crazy really). It is superb. I have used it for low light Jazz venues, my son’s stage bands and his High School graduation. The f1.8 aperture allows this to substitute for my 40-150mm f2.8 pro on most occasions and it isn’t a big impost on my back or space in the bag. I really don’t know why they haven’t made a pro line with weather sealing. Anyhow, keep up the great videos and using Olympus gear......I hope we see more low light monsters in the future from them. Regards Tony
People are way too obsessed with bokeh. I used to be, but the more I shot, the less I cared, and in fact, found excessive bokeh to be distracting, as well as risking too shallow depth of field in the process on my subject's faces. Frankly, m4/3 is more than adequate for almost everyone.
It'd be interesting to see a comparison between this and the 45mm f1.2 Pro. They are both large, heavy and expensive but both seem brilliant in different ways for portraits. The 75 has slightly shallower DOF and a bit more reach. The 45 has the edge on low light ability and on the flip side of having less reach is more versatile. The 45 also has the clutch and weather sealing that comes with being a Pro series lens, whereas the 75 is smaller, lighter and cheaper* (relatively, it's still hella expensive!!!). *IIRC, forgive me if I'm wrong on the relative sizes, weights and other details like weather sealing as haven't checked! I have the 45mm f1.8, which I've not used that often as I don't take many portraits, but it never fails to impress when I do use it. I think I paid just over £150 (maybe £180?) for it new, which is a massive discount on current prices, and despite it not being heavily used I can't see me ever selling it, purely because it's so great at the price it was. For me, personally, it would be a complete waste of money me getting either of these bigger lenses, so such a comparison would be of interest only unless I suddenly found myself taking far more portraits (or other pictures at these mid telephoto focal lengths). But I'm sure there are people out there who are wondering which to get out of the two?
I use the Zuiko 75mm for the Japanese Obon which the dancers dance in a circle on the streets . As you mentioned it offers superb images and isolates the dancer from distracting backgrounds. Thank You Robin for your informative videos 😎
I love this lense, I use it in all outdoor shootings .. but it is a focus bitch, also
Does it exhibit an focus breathing????
Спасибо Робин ! Коплю денежки на такой же )
excellent review, might add this to my 45mm 1.8
Super helpful to me - thanks Robin! Your photos are GORGEOUS!
Yes, it is VERY sharp, even when wide open.
I finally got one for my new EM5 MkIII, but my initial reaction was disappointment because of the very heavy purple fringing around tree branches and birds against a bright cloudy sky.
I completely agree with your conclusions: this is a very special purpose lens, and I don’t use it very often, but when I do use it, I have produced some of my all time favorite portraits with it! Sharp subject and gorgeous, creamy bokeh!
I love silver lenses. From the three limited Pentax primes I own, two I got them in silver. Such a beauty to look at. And when I get this 75mm Olympus one it'll be in silver too.
Instead of buying a new cell phone I fixed my broken screen on my current phone and bought this lens instead. The build quality is beautiful. Only wish it was also weather sealed.
I have seen some Sony street photography with sigma 135mm 1.8. How would you say this one would be, for the same concept? 🤔
Glad I sold my Oly 75mm 1.8. It's sharp and fast but the focal length is rubish for just about everything, especially portrait work.
These images of Scotland are just beautiful! Thank you Peter.
I own the 45 1.2 the 75 1.8 is better :) but it is a bitch
I regard the 35 mm equivalent a great focal length, perhaps the most useful prime. The 75 mm is just too long for most of the shots I take.
Хорошее стекло ! )
I have this lens. One comment about the metal hood it is very sensitive to physical forces. Mine got a bang from a bench in a park and got deformed. I thing a plastic one will serve better
It is the best lens for portraits especially for wedding documentaries :-) I really love it. Bit if you are not interested in portrait photography the lense might be a bit "exotic" for most photographers :-)
Does it become a f 1.2 with a speed booster because mine is f 1.8 - or does Finland have a mathematics System which varies with the rest of Planet Earth. ?
I have an old Yashica 50mm lens. My camera is a Sony a6000 with an APS C sensor. I believe the crop factor is 1.5x. Does this mean the perceived focal length of 50mm for full frame translates to 75mm on my camera?
Great video. Thanks. I've a question that I haven't found a convincing answer to. A 45mm m4/3 lens has a view that's similar to what a a normal view of 90mm lens would be. But do they have the same perspective. Isn't it the perspective that makes portraits of 85mm FF more flattering, while wide angle portraits less flattering? I can't get this out of my head, nor have I found a good answer. Perspective should remain the same, whether 75mm on m4/3, or 75mm FF, right? Or am I mistaken about some basics? Any thoughts would be much appreciated. Just an amateur beginner here.
I use it mainly for stage activities, presentations, indoor sports on em1 . For head shots it is the best like 135mm f2 canon or 90mm f2 fujinon
Do you think it should be purchased 45 mm or 75 mm? I can't decide..
Nice video . 👍 Same depth of field and sharpness as the 45 f1.2 only with a lower angle of view. I preferred to spend the same money buying the 45 f1.8 plus this lens that only buys the 45 f1.2 and I do not regret that decision. Franco Fontana is master using long lens to make landscapes abstract objects.
Peter, your videos rock. Absolutely fantastic and helpful.
Хорошая линза, но дорогая!!!!!
How far away from the model?
I just bought it again for sports..street photos..keeping my distance from subject...
I use it more than any other. So fantastic and great for so many things, especially sports.
You're a hell of a photographer, I would love to see a tutorial on your editing process. Thanks for the video and keep up the great work!
Awesome video! Oh, and loving the model! 🤩✌🏻
Stunning bokeh 👍👌
i called it the Bitch, with the E5mk2 I had 50% unsharp pictures ..with my new E1Mk3 it performances perfect, if I have enough room I take this instead the 45mm
Thanks for your review! This lens is very good and is suitable not only for amateur photography, but also for professional, portrait photography. The model in this video looks great, hello!
It's a travesty, beginner enthusiasts like me get influenced by some sources that present a narrative suiting just couple brands, hence focus on what their apsc ff manage. As I've began to follow more of photography online over the past year, I've landed on m43 topics/discussions/videos. I'm so amazed. I will absolutely love to buy on this system. In my country, even buying eos m100 took several months savings (it cost more then my monthly salary). Oly gear is a distant dream for now, a dream with em 5 3, wide prime, normal prime, 45mm and this 75mm.
your model is very photogenic
Why is he boring the model by explaining the technical specs of his lens to her?
I found this interesting channel because I was (and still am) looking for a decent lens to be used with a Lumix GX85 / GX80 while shooting some indoor sport events like volleyball, sometime from the sideline, sometime from the crowd (but not too far). Any suggestion?
Great lens! But I prefer the Sigma 56mm f/1.4. In my opinion, the Sigma lens is sharper and the bokeh is creamy too. And maybe cheaper and more resistant.
One prob i have with this beautiful lens is the lens cap keep dropping off.
Jimmy, Hello! Im already have 40-150 2.8. Do you recommend this 75 1.8 for outdoor shoot? I can have same bokeh at 100-120mm f 2.8 i think. And 40-150 is super sharp also wide open.
TFW you're desperately trying to spot any softness, bad bokeh, or aberrations, and all you can look at is the model.
Thank you for the video and for explaining the lens capability. I have Olympus EM5 Mark III and also 45mm f1.8 for the portrait. Now, I am thinking to get Olympus 75mm f1.8, but Sigma 56mm f1.4 looks nice option. Could you help me to suggest which one would be a better option?
I am surprised you do not use a lens hood. I love my 75/1.8 and use it already more than 3 years.
watching this review since there is a nice used one at my local shop. Watched many of your reviews when researching my gear. I have one suggestion for you. Wait for summertime when Charli is modelling for you. More summertime wear, versus bulky winter wear ;)
Great review!
So, 75mm f1.8 or 45mm f1.2? I already have the 45mm f1.8, but it might be time for something a bit more serious.
You look like an Asian.
Dear Jimmy This lens is absolutely sharp and it has a perculiar characteristic shows in the photo it takes (hmm hard to describe) BUT one big issue is I find that wide opened the chromatic abberation is TERRIBLE.. When shooting against a bright background there is VERY SERIOUS purple fringing and even green fringing when shooting signboard with white light inside.. But i never see anyone complaining about this in any review (only one person had the same issue in an online article).. Dear Jimmy did you notice it on your lens too? Or its just my copy? Had to stop down to around f2.8 to make the purple fringing dissappear..very frustrated with it sometimes
your whole #hashtageverything policy is fucking retarded.
Hi, does the Panasonic lens aperture ring work with Olympus bodies, or does it only work on the LUMIX bodies? Thanx.
Is this the guy from the camera project?
Does the electronic work together with other frames, like Panasonic GH4 or GH5?
What other lens lens would you reccomend for the Olympus Pen F for an allround good lens with good Bokeh to be used for both portrait photography and street photography?
great review
Combined with the e-m5 II, it's the ultimate product photography combo, and for that use it can compete with ANY full frame camera out there.
Nice review. How does this hold up in videos? Does it give a "cinematic" telephoto feel?

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