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OM System 40-150mm F4 Pro Review - Video


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The OM System 40-150mm F4 Pro is one of the smallest,, lightest constant aperture telephotos we've ever seen. Does that small design come at the cost of image quality? Chris did some street photography in downtown Calgary to find out.

  • 0:00 - Intro
  • 0:43 - Sample images
  • 1:09 - Build quality and design
  • 1:59 - Autofocus
  • 2:17 - Flare and chromatic aberrations
  • 3:15 - Video performance
  • 3:42 - Close-up performance
  • 4:26 - Bokeh
  • 5:37 - Sharpness
  • 6:50 - The wrap

 

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This is my user experienced based non technical review for the OMSystem 40-150mm F4 PRO lens. I brought it out for extensive shoots before I make my conclusions, which are backed up by plenty of real life sample photographs shown in the video. I found the 40-150mm F4 PRO to be extremely compact yet maintaining the PRO grade qualities - weather-sealed, excellent optics and solid build quality. 

  • 0:00 Intro
  • 0:29 Disclaimers
  • 1:38 F4 PRO Series Lenses
  • 1:53 Design & Build Quality
  • 2:35 Locking Mechanism
  • 3:38 Image Samples Reel 1
  • 4:10 Image Quality
  • 5:21 Lens Flaws Control
  • 6:55 Lens Autofocus
  • 7:16 Shooting Video
  • 8:07 Image Samples Reel 2
  • 8:37 What I Dislike
  • 9:25 No MF Clutch & L-Fn Button
  • 10:45 Image Samples Reel 3
  • 11:15 40-150mm F2.8 PRO?
  • 12:52 40-150mm F4-5.6 R?
  • 13:35 Conclusion/END
  • 14:11 Outro

 

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