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Re: [OM] 200mm F4 / F5 vs. 65/200mm F4

Subject: Re: [OM] 200mm F4 / F5 vs. 65/200mm F4
From: Omer Nezih GEREK <gerek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 10:43:27 +0200 (MET DST)
On Wed, 21 Apr 1999 PCACala@xxxxxxx wrote:

> My personal conclusion is that the 65-200 is the way to go for 180-200mm 
> focal length shooting, if not 105 to 200mm shooting!  I suspect that only the 
> 180mm f/2 Zuiko can outperform it at 180-200mm, among Zuikos.  It could be 
> many moons before we locate a 180mm f/2 to test, though.

50-250 does outperform 65-200 at 180-200mm. Nevertheless, I confess that 
65-200 is a very surprising and exceptional lens, which is usually 
underrated.

I have both 65-200 and 50-250, the same size, similar weight, both 
extremely good performers. But, I just cannot part with any of them...
Nor can I with the 70-210/2.8-4 Ser1 Vivitar. Vivitar is fast, 65-200 
*is* really better and slower, and 50-250 is the best, and slowest.

Am I nuts??

OMer (Uh-huuh!.. the name explains it all...)

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Omer Nezih Gerek, PhD.
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL)
Signal Processing Laboratory (LTS)
CH-1015 Ecublens
Lausanne, Switzerland
http://ltswww.epfl.ch
mailto:gerek@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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