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What magnification is a 75-300mm lens (10_20_30 times ???)

With compact cameras they say 6 times optical zoom what is a 75-300mm SLR lens in the same terminology

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This lens has a zoom ratio of 4 :1 or 4 times.

Basically 75mm x 2 = 150mm
150mm x 2 = 300mm
I hope that helps,
Ian

Posted on Aug 09, 2009

  • bigskiohi573 Sep 23, 2010

    actually a 300 is 6x from the normal 50mm 4x to itself.

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I think..lens with those mm range counts here...like..if u 've got 18-50mm then its 50/18 = 2.7 zoom and if 18-300mm then 300/18 = 16.666 zoom..that is 2.7X and 16.6X...i believe !

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