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Old Oct 20, 2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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Hi Steven,

I thought I'd respond to your question about anyone having any experience with an 18-180 lens in a seperate post.

I have to say that I don't own an 18-180 ZD. Largely because when I started shopping around, for a longer zoom I was looking for information on both the 70-300 and the 18-180 lenses. Eveything I read reinforced the idea that the 18-180 was not Olympus' best effort in turning out a high quality lens. So I opted for the 70-300mm.

My everday kit consists of having 14-54mmlens on the E-510 and the 70-300mm in my pocket. (I wear cargo pants with side pockets). With this lens combination, i have 14 to 300mm coverage with a small void at 55mm to 69mm.

Here is a link to review by John foster who seems to sum it up the best as far as this lens goes.

http://www.biofos.com/esystem/1818_tst.html

By The Way , Go Rays!!!!

Zig




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