14-150mm F/3.5-5.8 Di III...

14-150mm F/3.5-5.8 Di III

For Olympus, Panasonic Lumix G

Model : C001

₹ 48,000.00

Lighter. Smaller. Sharper.

Lighter. Smaller. Sharper.

Introducing the first Micro Four Thirds lens from Tamron: High-power all-in-oneTM zoom in a choice of two colors.

Developed by Olympus Imaging and Panasonic, Micro Four Thirds is a new system standard for compact mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras that enables users to capture high-quality images using smaller, lighter equipment. Now, Tamron has expanded the possibilities of the Micro Four Thirds system with an innovative 14-150mm zoom lens (equivalent to 28-300mm in the 35mm and full-frame formats). This 10.7x zoom weighs only 285g (10.1oz) and has a compact form factor that accepts a 52mm diameter filter. Available in a sophisticated black or silver finish, this unique lens makes it easy to compose and capture sharp pictures over a very wide range of shooting conditions. It’s ideal for travel, family, and creative photography.

Model C001
Lens Series Di III for mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras
Focal Length (mm) 14-150
Maximum Aperture (F) F/3.5-5.8
Angle of View *3 75°22 ́-8°15 ́
Diaphragm Blades 7 (circular diaphragm)
Minimum Aperture (F) 22
Max Mag. Ratio 1:3.8
Filter Size (mm) 52
Weight (gm) 285
Diameter x Length mm ø63.5×80.4
Available Colors Black/Silver
Lens Category Standard, Wide, Telephoto, Zoom, Macro
Camera brand For The Mico Four Third System
Internal Focusing (IF) System -
VC (Vibration Compensation) -
USD (Ultrasonic Silent Drive) -
Super Performance -
eBand Coating -
LD (Low Dispersion) Yes
Moisture Resistant -
Zoom Lock (ZL) Mechanism Yes
PZD (Piezo Drive) -
XR (Extra Refractive Index) Glass -
XLD (Extra Low Dispersion) Glass -
AD (Anomalous Dispersion) Yes
ASLHybrid aspherical elements ensure unique image quality and compactness.
LD (Low Dispersion)Lens element for greater image sharpness and the correction of chromatic aberration.
AD (Anomalous Dispersion)Special glass for controlling chromatic aberration and improving the overall image performance.
Zoom Lock (ZL) MechanismProtects against undesired extension of the lens barrel.
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