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Last Update: 30th March 2001

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In most cases, one would take a lot of time evaluating what camera to buy rather than which lenses to own or analyzing what kind of lenses in a particular 35mm SLR system would best suit your kind of photography. General perception is the camera will do the trick for a better photography as most of the gadgets are usually there.

But most often, lenses has a more direct effect on the output of quality of images captured, assuming the human factor being constant. On a practical note for manufacturers, this gray area is where they will slowly milk the consumers as you may be owning a camera but could be possessing a few lenses rather than the other way round. But that is exactly why all of us are happy spenders on this medium, chasing unrealistic goal of visual perfection and hoping the extra bucks spent would catabutt us to be a master of the medium...
that was what I have been doing the some 15 years or so. Just like a Ex-smoker who is trying to give some friendly advice to a newly addicted young guy - just how bad smoking can it be done to one's health, I know it is time wasting, so just let me prepare the menu for you and let you pick your choices, may be the used market needs more refuel after you finally find what you are looking for, I mean - in time to come.

For those who can spare the ears to digest a little essence from this site:
Buy just a few primes (A 28mm Wide, a telephoto beyond 180mm to 300mm and a close focus medium telephoto macro lens) if you are new to photography. Spend a few years to identity your interest before you commit more. I also provide a section to encourage some Gurus to show how to maximize and optimize potential of a particular type of lens. Generally it is more logical to buy used lenses or some of the 'high end' third party zoom lenses may fetch a better value and features than most fixed focal length lenses, consider and psend your money wisely.

A Quick & Brief overview on Zuiko optic - | Main Index Page |

Zuiko Fisheye Lenses
Zuiko Circular
Fisheye 8mm f/2.8 | Zuiko Full Frame Fisheye 16mm f/3.5

Zuiko Ultra-Wideangle Lenses
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18mm f/3.5 | Zuiko 21mm f/2.0 | Zuiko 21mm f/3.5
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24mm f/2.0 | Zuiko 24mm f/2.8 | Zuiko 24mm f/3.5 SHIFT

Zuiko Wideangle Lenses
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28mm f/2.0 | Zuiko 28mm f/2.8 | G-Zuiko 28mm f/3.5
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35mm f/2.0 | Zuiko 35mm f/2.8 | Zuiko 35mm f/2.8 SHIFT
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40mm f2.0

Zuiko Standard Lenses
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50mm f/1.2 | Zuiko 50mm f/1.4 | Zuiko 50mm f/1.8
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50mm f/3.5 Macro Lens & Zuiko 50mm f/2.0 Macro Lens

Zuiko Short-Telephoto Lenses
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85mm f/2.0| Zuiko 90mm f/2.0 Macro Lens | Zuiko 80mm f/4.0 Macro Lens

Zuiko Medium-Telephoto Lenses
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100mm f/2.0 ED| Zuiko 100mm f/2.8
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135mm f/2.8 ED| Zuiko 135mm f/3.5 | Zuiko 135mm f/4.5 Macro Lens

Zuiko Telephoto Lenses
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180mm f/2.0 ED-IF | Zuiko 180mm f/2.8
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200mm f/4.0 EDIF | Zuiko Auto-T 200mm f/5.0 (brief)

Zuiko Super-Telephoto Lenses
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250mm f/2.0 ED-IF | Zuiko 300mm f/4.5
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350mm f/2.8 EDIF | Zuiko 400mm f/6.3
Zuiko 500mm f/8.0 REFLEX | Zuiko 600mm f/6.5
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1000mm f/11 | Zuiko Teleconverter 1.4XA/2XA

Zuiko Zoom Lenses

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Zuiko Zoom
28-48mm f/4.0
Zuiko Zoom 35-70mm f/3.6 | Zuiko Zoom 35-70mm f/4.0 | Zuiko AF Zoom 35-70mm f/4.0
Zuiko Zoom 35-80mm f/2.8 | Zuiko Zoom 75-150mm f/4.0 | Zuiko Zoom 100-200mm f/5.0
Zuiko Zoom 35-105mm f/3.5-f/4.5 | Zuiko Zoom 65-200mm f/4.0 | Zuiko Zoom 85-250mm f/5.0

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