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   *finally became available in March 2016   *finally became available in March 2016
   *equivalent fov to a 600mm f/4 lens on a full frame dSLR   *equivalent fov to a 600mm f/4 lens on a full frame dSLR
-  *similar size and weight to the pro full frame dSLR 300mm f/4 iS lenses such as [[canonef300mmf4|Canon EF 300mm f/4 IS L lens]] but instead of only 2 EV [[IS]] the Olympus gives 6 stops of 5-axis dual IS, closer focus with much better macro capability, and much faster and more silent C-AF, less flare, plus it is likely to be sharper as it needs to operate at a 2x crop factor level giving 600mm field of view, and sharper again when used with a 1.4x teleconverter when compared with the Canon 300mm with 1.4x TC.+  *similar size and weight to the pro full frame dSLR 300mm f/4 iS lenses such as [[canonef300mmf4|Canon EF 300mm f/4 IS L lens]] but instead of only 2 EV [[IS]] the Olympus gives 6-7.5 stops of 5-axis dual IS, closer focus with much better macro capability, and much faster and more silent C-AF, less flare, plus it is likely to be sharper as it needs to operate at a 2x crop factor level giving 600mm field of view, and sharper again when used with a 1.4x teleconverter when compared with the Canon 300mm with 1.4x TC.
   *if you are shooting action in low light, an f/2.8 lens with a larger sensor for better high ISO performance may be your better option, but that means much more money, weight and size.   *if you are shooting action in low light, an f/2.8 lens with a larger sensor for better high ISO performance may be your better option, but that means much more money, weight and size.
  
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