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Vs: [OM] TOKINA SZ-X 70-210 vs 80-200

Subject: Vs: [OM] TOKINA SZ-X 70-210 vs 80-200
From: "LARS BUNDESEN" <lars.bundesen@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 23:51:59 +0100

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> Fra: LARS BUNDESEN <lars.bundesen@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Til: olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Emne: Sv: [OM] TOKINA SZ-X  70-210 vs 80-200
> Dato: 23. november 2000 22:06
> 
> Hello Angél
> 
> According to the German tests I have, the 70-210 is somewhat better than
> the 80-200.
> The 70-210 got 9 points out of 10 and, putting it in the "super"
category,
> while the 80-200 only got 8 points, scoring lower both in sharpness and
> contrast. Not a bad lens, but inferior to the 70-210.
> 
> If you can get a 70-210, that seems to be the one to go for.
> 
> I have one myself. It is a nice compact lens, but a speed of 5.6 at 200
mm
> is not much if you use slow films. 
> 
> Lars
> 
> ----------
> > Fra: Ángel Lobo <angel.lobo@xxxxxxxxxx>
> > Til: olympus@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Emne: [OM] TOKINA SZ-X  70-210 vs 80-200
> > Dato: 23. november 2000 11:58
> > 
> > The two lenses are on the range of little zoom.
> > 
> > The lens 70-210 (4-5.6) is very common, but I can´t see usually the
lens
> > 80-200 (4.5-5.6).
> > 
> > Does anyone know some things about the quality of the lens SZ-X 80-200
?
> > 
> > Thanks in advance.
> > 
> > Ángel Lobo.
> > CUENCA ( Spain ).
> > 
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