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An outstanding fast mid-range telephoto zoom in the Olympus Super High Grade lineup, the Zuiko 35-100mm f/2 ED is equivalent to a 70-200mm in its field of view and f/4 in terms of its depth of field (as compared to a 35mm DSLR).
The large-aperture telephoto zoom lens (fixed F stop type), which provides F2.0 in entire zoom area. It is equivalent to 70-200mm on a 35mm camera, and covers from medium-telephoto range of natural angles to telephoto area with a compressed perspective effect.
Its fast shutter-speeds and beautifully soft out-of-focus image behind the main subject are an ideal for portrait, theatrical and sports shooting under the low-light. Luxurious optical glass elements, such as, four ED lenses and one super ED lens are used to give the highest image quality with optimal resolution and contrast.
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