Olympus 40-150mm f4.0-5.6

The Olympus 40-150mm f4.0-5.6 is often referred to as the ‘pocket rocket’ due to its combination of light weight, great image quality, and low price. I picked one up when I bought my first Olympus body and … much later … I realised that I’d never used it. But, seeing as I’m shortly planning a wildlife trip – nothing exotic, just puffins, deer, and dolphins – I thought I’d better try it out.

Featured image: Looking towards Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh. Taken from Cockenzie Harbour.

All photos were taken with the Olympus 40-150mm f4.0-5.6 R, using my Olympus PM2 with VF4 viewfinder. Processed in DxO Photolab.

The hull of an old fishing trawler being broken up on the beach at Cockenzie Harbour.
Garage, Cockenzie Harbour.
Neptune’s Larder, Port Seton Harbour.
Cockenzie and Port Seton Fishermen’s Association, Port Seton Harbour.

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