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Old Sep 23, 2012, 8:58 PM   #1
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the 45-200mm has not been getting much camera time since I got the Zuiko 70-300mm so I figured about time to pull it out... this is not what it's best at, compared to the Zuiko but still it is nice. It's funny I get so used to the noise and speed of the 70-300mm focus when I switch to this lens I am like wow


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Old Sep 24, 2012, 10:56 AM   #2
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Have to agree with you, not quite as nice as the Zuke.
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The 45-200 is a decent lens for its price but sharpness at 200mm is not its forte.
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