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    Olympus 14-150 vs 40-150 AF/IQ Question

    For anyone who had/has used the 40-150 (I have the second, smaller version) with the adapter on any of the Olympus m4/3 cameras and has used/tried the 14-150: How does the AF of the older lens compare to the new m4/3 version?
    How about IQ of the two lenses?

    I have the EP2 (and just picked up the EPL1 that I am going to convert to IR) and have the adapter w/the 40-150, but seriously considering the 14-150.

    Thanks, Steve

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    Re: Olympus 14-150 vs 40-150 AF/IQ Question

    the 14-150mm is in the level of 14-45 from panasonic which means very fast in autofocus and the image quality will probably be as good as the 40-150m from 40 to 60mm and almost as good at 150mm if stopped down

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    Re: Olympus 14-150 vs 40-150 AF/IQ Question

    Thanks for the information. This lens is looking more and more interesting to me with every comment/review that I read.
    Steve

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    Re: Olympus 14-150 vs 40-150 AF/IQ Question

    Steve, did you ask the same question elsewhere? I'm getting a strong sense of deja vu... thought I'd answered this already

    Cheers

    Brian

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    Re: Olympus 14-150 vs 40-150 AF/IQ Question

    Hi Brian,
    Yeah I posted the same question on about 5 websites where I know people are interested in the m4/3 cameras.
    So no you are not going crazy.
    Thanks, Steve

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