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    Super High Grade vs High Grade vs Standard

    I'm not familiar with Olympus optics but I read on their web site they have various grades of lenses. Prices seem to be quite significantly different too.

    My question is whether performance of these lenses are significantly different and are prices justifiable? Thank you.

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    Re: Super High Grade vs High Grade vs Standard

    I have used the super high - 35-100 and 7-14, and the high grade - 14-54, 50-200, and 50 macro. The super high are excelent and their top of the line lenses. The 35-100 acts as a 70 - 200 on four thirds and you get f/2. A very nice lens. Loved the 7-14 for wide angle and it is very well corrected. The high grade lenses for the money are an excellent value. Not as good as the super high but very good none the less. I have heard the standard lenses are good too, but I have not used them.

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    Re: Super High Grade vs High Grade vs Standard

    Thanks wolverine. I think the 35-100mm and the 150mm looks really good.

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    I really liked the 35-100. It had great bokeh and f/2 was wonderful. I played with the 150 but never bought it. It was sweet. I think you will enjoy them.

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