The lens comes with a tripod collar and a ring to cover the screws if you take the collar off. Plus there's the usual drawstring padded pouch.
For a lens with a 600mm-equivalent focal length, it's nicely compact.
With the cover for the screws.
Even though it's not that big, it still dwarfs the OM-D E-M1.
When you pull back the focus ring, it reveals the distance scale and enables manual focus. This feature is among Olympus' most useful.
Nine blades, just as you'd expect in a camera of its price.
The built-in hood pulls out, and rotating it locks it into place.