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Olympus Zuiko 75mm f/1.8 ED, Olympus SHG 35-100mm f/2 ED

Compared: 75/1.8 ED vs SHG 35-100/2 ED (Dolls)

The Olympus Zuiko 75mm f/1.8 ED is a very sharp lens and the Olympus SHG 35-100mm f/2 ED is about as good as it gets for Micro Four Thirds.

The 75/1.8 ED is relatively compact and lightweight; the SHG 35-100mm f/2 ED is a monster lens equal in size and weight to any full-frame DSLR 70-200mm lens; the 35-100/2 serves as the high performance reference lens here, noting that no one in their right mind having chosen a Micro Four Thirds camera for size and weight appeal would want such a beast for everyday shooting due to its bulk.

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