OM Digital Solutions Corporation is pleased to announce the M. Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO: the ultimate field macro lens for the seasoned professional and macro curious alike; a class leading lens built by OM SYSTEM to provide an incredible outdoor macro photography experience.
The M.Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO Micro Four Thirds System standard interchangeable lens offers up to 2x magnification, for ultra-high magnification shooting, more magnification than on any lens we’ve ever made.
Increase that magnification up to 4x2 with the addition of the optional MC-20 2x teleconverter (sold separately) to capture an unseen world, invisible to the naked eye.
The M.Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO lens is equipped with an in-lens image stabilization system. When combined with a compatible camera body, 5-axis sync-IS is supported, delivering up to 7 steps of shutter speed compensation.
The M.Zuiko Digital ED 90mm F3.5 Macro IS PRO is the ideal telephoto lens for stress-free outdoor shooting of any kind, from nature to landscapes to macro, with IP534 dustproof and splashproof performance, and freezeproof protection down to 14°F (-10°C). And at just 453 grams, this lens offers a compact, lightweight, versatile design, for worry-free photography in any environment.
The 90mm is one of the first lenses released by OM System since Olympus sold its camera division. it is the first M.Zuiko macro lens in the PRO series. At almost $1,500, it costs a lot more than the 30mm or 60mm macro lenses, but in return, you get Sync IS image stabilization, a focal length for macro you won’t find in any other Micro Four Thirds lens, weathersealing, and “ultra-high” magnification shooting. There is no other OMDS or Olympus lens that offers this much magnification.
If you love macro photography and have the money to spend, this lens is a worthy investment. Early adopters report great satisfaction with the 90mm. It is compatible with the teleconverters that Olympus/OM System makes for the Micro Four Thirds mount, like the MC-20, which only work with a handful of other M.Zuiko lenses (such as the 40-150mm, 150mm-400mm, or 300mm). Pair with an OM-1, E-M1X, or E-M1 Mark III for the best image stabilization performance.