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Lens Name Length Black 16 3.5 103400 Black SC No Zuiko 16 3.5 105800 Black MC No Zuiko 18 3.5 100465 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 18 3.5 100500 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 18 3.5 102080 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 18 3.5 106100 Black MC No Zuiko 21 2 100300 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 21 2 104200 Black MC No Zuiko 21 3.5 103600 Chrome SC No G. Zuiko 35 2.8 182901 Black SC No 35 2.8 190492 Black SC No 35 2.8 213828 Black SC No G.

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Introduced back in September 2016 alongside the OM-D E-M1 Mark II, Olympus unveiled one of the newest members of their Zuiko Pro family of professional-grade lenses, the 12-100mm f/4 IS Pro.

This extremely versatile zoom lens trades the brighter f/2.8 aperture of its shorter cousins, the 12-40mm f/2.8 and 40-150mm f/2.8, for a constant f/4 design in an easy-to-carry, all-in-one solution spanning a 24-200mm equivalent focal length range, and with built-in optical image stabilization to boot.

Zuiko 50 1.4 721840 Black SC No 50 1.4 766800 Black SC No G.

Zuiko 50 1.8 898333 Black SC No 50 1.8 947225 Black SC No F.

Zuiko 200 5 111816 Chrome SC No 200 5 115100 Black SC No F. Now, the date code decoder: After 1983, a four-character date code found on the rear of the lens, as follows: ffym where ff (=, e.g. Thanks to David Earls for supplying S/N update info. And you're right about the S-Zuiko, but no-one will want those now. If it's remotely possible to misinterpret something, then I generally will.

Zuiko 200 4 185200 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 200 4 205700 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 200 4 207330 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 200 4 215959 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 200 4 219792 Black MC No Zuiko 200 4 220600 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 200 4 260596 Black MC No Zuiko 200 4 268745 Black MC No Zuiko 200 4 270530 Black MC No 200 4 293050 Black MC No Zuiko 200 5 101900 Chrome SC No F. Maybe that's why whoever compiled this didn't leave it online. What I meant was that if it had *any* letter coding for the number of elements, it was "single-coated". Then they went to ones marked "MC", and after that dropped any mention of multicoating.Sync IS, which delivers unprecedented camera shake compensation performance, is realized by combining the in-lens IS on compatible M.Zuiko PRO lenses with the in-body IS on compatible Olympus interchangeable lens cameras.You might track down something through these sites: was some info on the 50f1.4 and comments that over a certain number (I think 1 million but not sure) were considered 'good' (olympus frequently changed the optical formulae of some lenses with little or no desgination; most notably the 50f1.8 and 50f1.4). Most (all) of the sites I had booked marked on the subject are no longer up. Zuiko 100 2.8 181149 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 100 2.8 187641 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 100 2.8 191140 Black MC No Zuiko 100 2.8 195000 Black MC No Zuiko 100 2.8 198080 Black MC No 100 2.8 202500 Black MC Yes Zuiko MC 100-200 5 112600 Black MC No S Zuiko 100-200 5 139537 Black MC No S Zuiko 100-200 5 140501 Black MC No 135 2.8 101000 Black MC No E. These 100xxx MC serial numbers all "pre-date" the original "chrome nose" first-gen lens serial numbers, and so I think this indicates that Olympus decided to re-order the s/n sequence, and return the "MC" label for the most recent version of this lens. ZUIKO AUTO-W 1:2.8 f=24mm nnnnnn 101695 oldest 1304xx newest H. ZUIKO AUTO-W 1:2.8 f=24mm nnnnnn 135138 oldest 1779xx newest Zuiko MC (black nose, multicoated) OLYMPUS OM-SYSTEM ZUIKO MC AUTO-W 1:2.8 f=24mm nnnnnn 183471 oldest 191330 newest Zuiko MC (black nose, multicoated, but not marked with MC) OLYMPUS OM-SYSTEM ZUIKO AUTO-W 24mm 1:2.8 nnnnnn Japan 189782 oldest 2239xx newest Zuiko MC (black nose, multicoated) OLYMPUS OM-SYSTEM ZUIKO MC AUTO-W 1:2.8 f=24mm nnnnnn 100305 oldest 100663 newest ** Note that these 100xxx serial numbers all "predate" the original "chrome nose" first-gen lenses. Thanks to David Earls and Jay Teiger for supplying S/N update info.

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