Olympus updates M.Zuiko lens roadmap

Exciting news from Olympus! Three specific lenses are now on the horizon, with an additional unspecified PRO telephoto zoom lens promised for future development. Here’s a summary of what we know about the lenses under development now, with detailed specifications to come in 2020:

  • M.Zuiko Digital ED 150–400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO
  • M.Zuiko Digital ED 12–45mm F4.0 PRO
  • M.Zuiko Digital ED 100–400mm F5.0–6.3 IS
  • M.Zuiko [???] PRO telephoto zoom

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Official press release

Olympus Corporation is pleased to announce updates to the lens roadmap for M.Zuiko Digital lenses that conform to the Micro Four Thirds System standard.

In addition to the previous development announcement of the M.Zuiko Digital ED 150–400mm F4.5 TC1.25x IS PRO lens, Olympus will continue to expand the M.Zuiko Digital lens lineup, adding the ED 12–45mm F4.0 PRO standard zoom lens and the ED 100–400mm F5.0–6.3 IS super telephoto zoom lens. These three lenses and their detailed specifications will be officially announced in 2020. Further information will be available at the time of the official announcements.

An additional PRO telephoto zoom lens of an unspecified focal length will also join the M.Zuiko family, part of Olympus’ commitment to the market to broaden the field of photographic expression.

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital Lens Roadmap URL: www.getolympus.com/roadmap

As of November 27, 2019. Contents of this roadmap are subject to change without notice. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Company names and product names contained in this release are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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