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Olympus M Zuiko Digital 75-300mm Lens Instruction Manual

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About Olympus

Olympus Corporation is a Japanese multinational corporation specializing in manufacturing and selling optical and imaging products, medical equipment, and scientific equipment. The company has a long history and has significantly contributed to various fields, including photography, medical imaging, and scientific research.


Thank you for purchasing this Olympus product. To ensure your safety, please read this instruction manual before use, and keep it handy for future reference.

Name of parts (Fig. 1)

Olympus M Zuiko Digital 75-300mm Lens-fig 1

  1. Front cap
  2. Filter mount thread
  3. Focus ring
  4. Zoom ring
  5. Mount Index
  6. Rear cap
  7. Electrical contacts
  8. Hood mount section
  9. Lens hood (optional: LH-61E)

Attaching the hood (Fig. 2))

Olympus M Zuiko Digital 75-300mm Lens-fig 2

Storing the hood (Fig. [3])

Olympus M Zuiko Digital 75-300mm Lens-fig 3

Notes on Shooting

  • Edges of pictures may be cut off if more than one filter is used or if a thick filter is used.
  • When using a flash, the flashlight may be blocked by the lens body, lens hood, etc.

Main Specifications

  • Mount: Micro Four Thirds mount
  • Focal distance: 75 – 300 mm (3 – 11.8 in.) (equivalent to 150 to 600 mm on a 35 mm camera]
  • Max. aperture: f4 8 to f6.7
  • Image angle: 16°- 4.1°
  • Lens configuration: 13 groups, 18 lenses
  • Iris control: f4.8 to f22
  • Shooting range: 0.9 m (35.4 in.) to 00 (infinite)
  • Focus adjustment: AF/MF switching
  • Weight: 430 g (15.2 oz.) (excluding hood and can)
  • Dimensions: Max. dia. 0 70 (2.8 in.) × Overall length 116 mm (4.6 in.)
  • Lens hood mount Filter mount thread: Bayonet
  • diameter : 58 mm (2.3 in.)

Specifications are subject to change without any notice or obligation on the part of the manufacturer.


Be Sure to Read the Following

Warnings: Safety Precautions

  • Do not view the sun through the lens. It may cause blindness or vision impairment.
  • Do not leave the lens without the cap. If solar light is converged through the lens, a fire may result.
  • Do not point the camera lens at the sun. Sunlight will converge in the lens and focus inside the camera, possibly causing a malfunction or fire.

Micro Four Thirds and the Micro Four Thirds logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of OLYMPUS IMAGING Corporation in Japan, the United States, the countries of the European Union, and other countries.

For customers in Europe,

The “CE” mark indicates that this product complies with the European requirements for safety, health, environment and customer protection. CE-mark products are for sale in Europe.

European Technical Customer Support

  • Please visit our homepage http://www.olympus-europa.com or
  • call: Tel. 00800 – 67 10 83 00 (Toll-free)
  • +49 180 5 – 67 10 83 or
  • +49 40 – 237 73 4899 (Charged)

FAQS About Olympus M Zuiko Digital 75-300mm Lens

What kind of work does the 75-300mm lens do best?

For the photographer on a tight budget who enjoys shooting sports, wildlife, or portraits, this 4x telephoto zoom lens is perfect.

Olympus 75 300 is weatherproof.

There is no weather sealing on this zoom lens.

What distinguishes Zuiko lenses from M Zuiko lenses?

While Olympus Zuiko symbolizes historical medium format and 35mm film lenses as well as the defunct Four Thirds standard, M. Zuiko Digital lenses are for the current Micro Four-Thirds format.

What is the 75-300mm lens’s aperture?

f/4.0-32 / f/5.6-45

How well suited is a 75-300mm lens for astrophotography?

Most experts won’t advise using the Canon EF 75-300mm F/4-5.6 lens to capture the night sky.

What aperture setting works best with a 75-300mm lens?

shutter speed of 300 frames per second

Does Mount Olympus experience rain?

The peninsula’s highest mountain, Mount Olympus, receives an estimated 261 inches of precipitation annually.

How long does a battery from an Olympus last?

When using the viewfinder, the battery can last for around 310 shots per charge, and when using the LCD panel, it can last for about 750 shots per charge.

Describe a Zuiko lens.

The outstanding image quality and lightweight, portable design of Zuiko lenses have earned them a reputation throughout the world.

Which aperture size is preferable?

Up to a point, using larger apertures (higher F-stop values) will provide sharper images and increase your ability to block more light.

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