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MICHAEL GABLER posted an article in NewsLeica DG Elmarit 200mm f/2.8 Power O.I.S shows perfectly the greatest advantage of using the Micro Four Thirds system, offering the equivalent of 400mm for full frame and the light of f/2.8. Its dimensions are merely 174x87mm and it weighs 1245g. In comparison, Nikon 400mm f/2.8 weighs 134oz. (3.8kg) and it has the dimensions of 6.3in. (159.5mm)x14.09in. (358mm). These figures speak for themselves… The optical system of the new Leica consists of 15 elements placed in 13 groups, among which we have two low-dispersion lenses, which are to perfectly deal with chromatic aberration. But the most impressive property is the minimum focus distance which is only 1.15m. This will make it possible to use the lens in taking photographs which would be impossible to take with the use of ordinary 400’s. The 9-blade aperture can be closed up to f/22. 1). Leica DG Elmarit 200mm f/2.8 Power O.I.S Apart from that, the new lens is equipped with the POWER O.I.S optical stabilization system and sealings, which should protect the lens from dust and splashes. We also shouldn’t forget about the 1.4x teleconverter added to the set, which is supposed to change the lens into a telephoto lens with the equivalent of 560mm. Filters with the diameter of 77mm can be used on the front lens. 2). Leica DG Elmarit 200mm f/2.8 Power O.I.S The lens will cost $2999. It is to appear on sale in January 2018.
MICHAEL GABLER posted a topic in PanasonicFirst Images of the Panasonic G9 and 200mm f/2.8 Lens Leaked On Wednesday November 8 at 9am London time Panasonic will announce the new G9 and a new 200mm f/2.8 MFT lens. And here you have the first images of the new products! And those are the Panasonic G9 specs: 20 Megapixel Up to 20fps with full AF and 60fps with locked AF 6.5-stop stabilization with 5-axis image stabilizer in conjunction with lens stabilizer New EVF with no blackout and 0.83x magnification Waterproof and frost resistant (-10 degrees) body housing in magnesium via Nokishita