So the monsters have landed ... - Printable Version
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So the monsters have landed ... - Klaus - 01-24-2019
M.Zuiko ED 150-400mm f/4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO (Ok, this one hasn't landed but will land in 2020)
RE: So the monsters have landed ... - Brightcolours - 01-24-2019
f4.5 x2 = f9, +2x TC = f18.
Luckily MFT is exempt from the diffraction of light.
RE: So the monsters have landed ... - Kodachrome 25 - 01-24-2019
You forgot the internal 1.25 teleconverter, so we are at f/22.5 :-)
With an ND filter simulation built into the camera, aperture blades are overvalued.
RE: So the monsters have landed ... - Klaus - 01-24-2019
Well, a "native" (x1.25=) 187-500mm f/5.6 = FF equiv 375-1000mm f/11 is not that bad - even from a diffraction perspective.
It may be interesting whether the HD mode is still working at 1000mm hand-held ;-)
But with a 7.5 EV total efficiency, it should be quite cool.
RE: So the monsters have landed ... - Rover - 01-24-2019
Wonder what the price is going to be like?
RE: So the monsters have landed ... - JJ_SO - 01-24-2019
If you look at Fuji, they charge for their 200/2 the same as Nikon or Canon for theirs. Which are FF.
So, I think it will be not too far away from a 200-400/4 (older versions)