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Olympus Zuiko Digital 150 mm f/2

7 August 2009
Arkadiusz Olech

10. Autofocus

Autofocus works relatively loudly. It’s also quite slow when working at full scale, when from infinity we try to focus on a close object. It can even think for a few second, or stop working at all, then. That’s why it’s better to set the limit, as there are no troubles after that, and the mechanism spreads its wings and works very fast.

Some complains we can have to autofocus accuracy. An expensive lens combined with a top system body in good studio conditions, resulted in 11% misses. It may not be extremely much, but you could expect more from this set.

We didn’t notice any tendency of front- or back-focusing.


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Olympus Zuiko Digital 150 mm f/2 - Autofocus