I think that will be the case for most 75-300 owners, like me.I'm interested too. But it depends from size, weight and price. Otherwise i will stay with my 75-300 II
The E-M10 II will not do Sync IS but will do rotational correction with the Olympus lens OIS as detailed in the camera's firmware update (1.1) found here.I think that will be the case for most 75-300 owners, like me.
What might sway me is a tripod mount, with an E-M10 dual IS and WR make no difference. As noted earlier for bird shots there is no such thing as "too long".
Compatible with Olympus lens with a built-in image stabilizing function.
- * The camera body recognizes the IS built into the lens, allowing for optimal image stabilizing effects.
- * Not compatible with 5 axis Sync IS.
- * You can get the effects of rolling stabilization from the IS function of the body, along with the effects of image stabilization from the IS function of the lens.
The usual: price and availability is announced. Meanwhile, all the YouTubers and big review websites have had access to it, and are then free to release their articles and videos about it. I'm looking forward to that, as I will not buy it blindly. I'm hoping for direct comparisons to the Pana Leica offering.Released, as in available for sale, in a shop, mail order on line? Patience needed.
That's the other new tele zoom lens. I'm rather hoping the 100-400 might be a little cheaper, though I doubt you'll get much change from GBP1700/USD2000The price is around £8000 going by currency conversion rates: