OM System M. Zuiko 90mm F3.5 PRO
Images by Lauren Haslett
Micro Four Thirds has been a special system for macro photography for a long time now. The crop factor by itself gets you 2x closer than full frame, a frequent benefit in wildlife telephoto photography, while in macro work the smaller lenses can be handy for poking into and under flower petals, leaves and such. (Some camera models also feature in-camera focus stacking, another benefit.)
Leveraging the strengths of its Pro lens reputation, OM Digital Solutions have gone all-out to create a macro monster in the new 90mm F3.5 Macro IS Pro lens. This gives photographers a super telephoto option that can complement the system’s existing compact 30mm F3.5 Macro and beloved 60mm F2.8 Macro lenses.
- 90mm focal length (180mm equivalent) with a 14° field of view
- F3.5–F22 aperture range
- 7 rounded aperture blades
- Optical image stabilization with 6 stops of CIPA-rated stabilization
- IP53 weather sealing
- 2:1 magnification, up to 4:1 magnification with teleconverters
- 62mm filter size
- 136mm x 69.8mm (5.35 in x 2.75 in)
- 435g weight (0.96 lbs)
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