Question about Olympus LH-40 Lens Hood
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Maybe its something you're not doing, LOL.
Look on the side of the lens. Most of the 70-300 macros have a slide switch. My Tamron, for instance, needs to be zoomed out to 300, then slide the switch to Macro and its ok. Look for the slide switch. You might also notice lines of a different color to denote Macro.
Some days it too tough to be smarter than the lens,
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Hello! I have the same problem with this lens model. Problem is that the aperture petals or motor are jamed. That means if you try to increase or decrease the F number from the cameras menu, lens are not responding and the aperture remains the same. Must be repaired...
Posted on Apr 11, 2012
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