Drawing subjects in from a distance, this 300mm (35mm
camera equivalent: 600mm) ultra-telephoto zoom lens is
ideal for capturing intense action sports, or even animals
you couldn’t normally get close to. Unlike conventional
lenses, LUMIX G lenses like this one are small,
lightweight and fit perfectly in the palm of your hand. Now you can take professional-looking shots of an athlete – and even capture individual drops of water falling through
POWER O.I.S. –
Capture scenes carefree or at the spur of the moment.
The optical image stabilisation (O.I.S.) technology built
directly into the lens ensures your photos will look great,
with sharp blur-free contours across the entire picture.
Taking highly popular MEGA O.I.S. further, this advanced
technology immediately compensates even large camera
shake and vibrations that may occur in photography. So
you can capture true-to-life scenes without the need for a
tripod. In the end, you’ll enjoy wonderfully crisp images.
Video Support –
With video support any user has everything they need for
recording with their LUMIX camera. Not only does it
perform smooth aperture changes so there are no sudden
jumps in exposure, it also boasts a silent design for
enhanced capture of the scene’s audio. What’s more, the
stunning AF performance of this lens records excellent 4K
video, where precise focusing is essential.
more creative options
Brave the elements in nearly any kind of weather or
shooting location. This lens features a splash/dustproof
construction* that is tough enough to withstand even
heavy field use. It protects the lens system inside from
sand, rain and more, making it perfect for shooting under
harsh conditions. Now there is nothing holding you back
from capturing the creative nature or landscape shots you
*The lens supports this feature in conjunction with splash/dustproof
17 elements in 12 groups:
– 1 Extra-Low Dispersion lenses
Extra-Low Dispersion (ED) lenses correct chromatic
aberration rendering sharp, high-contrast images with
clear colours from corner to corner.
For lenses that are capable of compensating
distortion, the horizontal axis of the MTF
shows the distance from the centre of the