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Rokinon 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan)

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Product Highlights

  • 800mm Telephoto Lens Weighs Just 33 oz
  • Low-Dispersion Optical Glass
  • Fully Multi-Coated
  • Focuses to 5.6' (1.7m)
  • Fixed f/8.0 Aperture
  • Front 105mm Filter Thread
  • Manual Focus
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This 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan) from Rokinon is a tremendous addition to your camera bag, opening up unimagined and powerful photographic possibilities. It's lightweight (33 oz/935.5g) and compact (just 5.68"/14.42 cm long) and it focuses as close as 11' (3.5m). The aperture is fixed at f/8.0. This manual focus lens is constructed from fully multi-coated low-dispersion optical glass, with a 105mm front filter thread. A T-ring adapter (available separately) is required to mount this lens to a camera body.

Lightweight (33 oz/935.5 g) 800 mm telephoto lens
Low-dispersion optical glass
Fully multi-coated
Focuses to 11' (3.5 m)
Fixed f/8.0 aperture
Front 105 mm filter thread
Performance
Focal Length 800mm
Aperture Maximum: f/8
Minimum: f/8
Camera Mount Type T-mount (T-thread)
Format Compatibility 35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
Angle of View
Minimum Focus Distance 11' (3.35 m)
Elements/Groups 8/8
Features
Image Stabilization No
Autofocus No
Tripod Collar No
Environmental
Physical
Filter Thread Front:105 mm
Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 4.37 x 5.68" (11.1 x 14.43 cm)
Weight 33 oz (936 g)
Rokinon 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan)
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    Rokinon800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black)
     
    3.6

    (based on 16 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (4)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (4)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (6)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (1)

    92%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Lightweight (11)
    • Strong construction (7)
    • Compact (6)

    Cons

    • Blurry focus (3)

    Best Uses

    • Wildlife photos (5)
    • Bird watching (3)
    • Night photography (3)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Photo enthusiast (6), Avid adventurer (3)
      • Was this a gift?:
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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Great special purpose lens

    This is not an everyday casual lens. I bought this lens, because I was looking for a way to capture better detail of the moon without spending a small fortune. I have also...Read complete review

    This is not an everyday casual lens. I bought this lens, because I was looking for a way to capture better detail of the moon without spending a small fortune. I have also used this lens to take pictures of distant skylines. For my special purposes, it's an incredible value. It's light, simple, and rugged (mostly metal). I use it with a Vixen 37301 T Ring adapter and a Nikon D800.

    Shooting with this lens is a process. The slightest vibration will blur the image. Being ever so slightly off with the focus ring will also blur the image. You'll want to use a tripod, and a remote and/or delayed exposure/mirror-lock-up to reduce internal vibration. For focusing, you'll want to use your camera's display to digitally zoom in. The slightest turn of the focus ring can result in a blurry image. So, take a little time to get it just right by checking the display. Take several exposures. Check them before you move on.

    At its sharpest, the lens will probably be a bit softer than any of your other lenses, but this is easy to correct in Lightroom or Photoshop without getting that artificially sharpened look. Since a mirror lens does not produce chromatic aberration, the edges are cleaner and easier to sharpen.

    If you take the time to shoot with this lens correctly, you'll get results that compete with lenses that cost 65x more.

    VS

    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Fun Lens ...

    Its A Great Built Lens, The Fixed F/8 Allows Plenty Of Light Even On Cloudy Snow Looming Days As The Day I Just Shot With It ...
    Manual Focus Ring Is...Read complete review

    Its A Great Built Lens, The Fixed F/8 Allows Plenty Of Light Even On Cloudy Snow Looming Days As The Day I Just Shot With It ...
    Manual Focus Ring Is Smooth And Not overly tight or jittery ...
    Overall Feel And Appearance of the lens screams quality !!! I matched this with the Kowa t-mount adapter which is the only metal adapter I've been able to find ...
    I had lots of fun with this lens at an animal sanctuary where the animals had 20 acre lots to roam on and i was able to fill the frame more often than not... My only setbacks are the not so tack sharp focus and a lil undersaturated on the color side ... but overall with a lil editing it"ll be a great addition to my bag

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    5.0

    Exceed my expecations

    By RogER

    from Mexico DF

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

          I really dont expect much for this lense, also i doubt a lot about buying it after reading some reviews, but im glad i did it.I use it on a sony alpha, some reviews say its hard to focus or unable to focus at all, well, as one who only use AF lenses, i say focus its easy and precise, maybe because of sony live view and focus peaking, i had tried manual focus from my AF lenses but this one its so smooth, one of my primary concerns was able to focus, it deliver.The magnification its HUGE, its hard sometimes to find the object, more if its not in focus, for example, shooting planes, where hard to find them in the lcd, but you only had to focus one time and then just fire, the photo below was shot at 1/8000, pretty good for a slow lense.Some reviews also talk bad about exposure, well, i put my alpha in aperture mode and shot, i get perfect exposure every time, you can shot in other modes too, actually having a fixed aperture its easier, one thing you dont have to worry anymore, but the f8 its actually like an f11 in light transmission.I shot both pictures without tripod just with my hands, its very ergonomic, i was to buy the 2x teleconverter but some how i forget to add it in the order, but i think was for the better, i dont think i will gain any real resolution and could be harder to use, by the way some say you are better cropping a 300mm, i disagree you get a little bit more resolution and zero CA, thats great!Construction its better than expected, i mean, some reviews say cheap, duh, the lense its cheap and wont had the quality or material of a PRO lense, but its pretty good, actually i really like the feel, im so happy i pay $10 more for the black color, it looks great!Its not the best lense in the world, is not the even at the middle, but its a great bargain considering the priceIts very fun to use and you could get very good picturesNot everything its good, i think the IS of my alpha dont work when using this lense or maybe its the size and weigth that make me shake more than with lenses half the size and weigth, i cant shot it below 1/60.I never doubt before buying it, between this and the 500mm f6.3, after using it, maybe i would consider it, the 800mm its a little dark, thats not a problem at dayligth but when shoting the moon i miss some extra speed, but then again 800mm vs 500mm its huge in FOV, i would be happy trying the 500mm to see whats the better, but this type of lense its for shoting long distance objects, and the 800mm its a very powerful one, when shoting the moon i think i was moving to much, but after putting in the tripod i could literally see the moon moving in the frame, in a few seconds the moon could enter and exit the frame, its that powerful.Para los que compran desde mexico, los productos llegan en muy buenas condiciones, no sellados creo por que aduana los puede revisar, eso si, la paqueteria te llega con una orden de pago por los impuestos de importacion y su pago por ofrecerte ese servicio extra, esperen pagar alrededor del doble del precio de dolares, es decir, si cuesta 200 dolares, pagaran como 4000 pesos, dependiendo de cuantos articulos compren para aprovechar el envio, les recomiendo compren varios a la vez

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          3.0

          Long reach for atmospheric shots

          By JC

          from Andover, NJ

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Inexpensive
          • Interesting toy
          • Light

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • What You're After
            • When Blurry Images Are

            Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

            This is definitely not a traditional lens. I heard it described as a coffee can with mirrors. that's pretty accurate. I bought this with the thought of 1. it's cheap, light and why not get a toy lens and 2. I'd use it for taking shots when I wanted to emphasize atmospheric aberrations like fog or heat and when a long reach with inferior optics seemed like a good idea. So how does it do under regular conditions. The reach is incredible, of course, but the images are by no means tack sharp. When an area of an captured by a 70-200 f/2.8 is enlarged to the same size as a pic taken with this lens, the 70-200 is sharper (as judged by the ability to see clear text on street signs, for example). This is a completely manual lens - f/stop is fixed (and your camera read out will not register anything for your f/stop) and focus is manual. Your DSLR's light meter will work. Can you hand hold this? Yes. It is short and super light. Crank up the ISO and increase the shutter speed to 1/1000 or higher. Depending on your camera body, noise will be an issue, but really with this lens do you really care. Bonus: BH packaged the lens with a T-mount adapter so saved enough for a large regular coffee (to go with my coffee-can lens).

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            5.0

            the power house

            By marlo

            from canada and the world

            About Me Professional Guide

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Close Focus
            • Compact
            • Lightweight
            • Strong Construction

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Bird Watching
              • Wildlife Viewing

              Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

              i am using the 800 mm on a nature series that i am shooting for oasis hd, right now i am in the field in the swamps of trinidad and tobago, i am shooting the beautiful birds of the caribbean, so i have to be on dry land wait till the tide goes down and then film i am using my lens for video and it is sharp as a tack, the only challenge is i am getting head to feet of the birds (scarlet ibis) i need another 300 mm to get a shot of them head and shoulders, the rokinon 800 mm lens is compact light wait and built like a tank and i love itso when i get back to canada i am going order the 2x tele converter that will get me to 1600 mm and i wan a see how sharp that is B&H, has the pro salesman that understand my needs and they can help me figure out what i need, canon came out with the 50 to 1000 mm lens beautiful but at 78k

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              5.0

              Great lens for the money

              By photomagicman

              from Moore, Oklahoma

              Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

              I brought this lens for long shits when I want a short depth of field or if I want a normal sized for ground and a large moon or sunset.

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              4.0

              bang for the buck

              By blink blink

              from Montgomery Tx

              About Me Casual/ Recreational

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Compact
              • Lightweight
              • Strong Construction

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Hunting
                • Sporting Events/Concerts

                Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan):

                i enjoy this lens . its a odd lens to use . It take a little time to get use to it . it has helped me to learn were my camer is pointed .the focus could stand to have wide-er end point for min to infiny focus . i have got use to it and can focus quickley with it now .focus peeking for the win !

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                1.0

                Coupdn't focus

                By pjevolley

                from Kansas City, MO

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Pros

                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                • Blurry Focus
                • Heavy
                • Needs Tripod Mount

                Best Uses

                  Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                  Really liked the feel of this lens but I could NOT get a good focus. I use a VERY stable surveyor's tripod modified for the camera mount along with a remote shutter release. I tried, tried and tried to get a good focused picture, in different light from bright sunlight to full moon pics, but could NOT get a decent focus.
                  Reading other reviews, I hope this is just the lens I received but thought it was worth sharing the experience.

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                  5.0

                  Great special purpose lens

                  By Jay

                  from Austin, TX

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                  Verified Reviewer

                  Pros

                  • Durable
                  • Lightweight
                  • Rugged
                  • Strong Construction

                  Cons

                  • Blurry Focus

                  Best Uses

                  • Landscape/Scenery
                  • Night Photography
                  • Wildlife Photos

                  Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                  This is not an everyday casual lens. I bought this lens, because I was looking for a way to capture better detail of the moon without spending a small fortune. I have also used this lens to take pictures of distant skylines. For my special purposes, it's an incredible value. It's light, simple, and rugged (mostly metal). I use it with a Vixen 37301 T Ring adapter and a Nikon D800.

                  Shooting with this lens is a process. The slightest vibration will blur the image. Being ever so slightly off with the focus ring will also blur the image. You'll want to use a tripod, and a remote and/or delayed exposure/mirror-lock-up to reduce internal vibration. For focusing, you'll want to use your camera's display to digitally zoom in. The slightest turn of the focus ring can result in a blurry image. So, take a little time to get it just right by checking the display. Take several exposures. Check them before you move on.

                  At its sharpest, the lens will probably be a bit softer than any of your other lenses, but this is easy to correct in Lightroom or Photoshop without getting that artificially sharpened look. Since a mirror lens does not produce chromatic aberration, the edges are cleaner and easier to sharpen.

                  If you take the time to shoot with this lens correctly, you'll get results that compete with lenses that cost 65x more.

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                  2.0

                  Not for me

                  By Staunton Steve

                  from Staunton, VA

                  About Me Photo Enthusiast

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Lightweight

                  Cons

                  • Blurry Focus
                  • Poor in Low Light

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                    Many reviewers noting the extreme difficulty in focusing this lens. I agree. I set up a tripod, used a shutter release in live view mode on my D800E and was never able to get an image that was better than acceptable. If you imagine using this for wildlife, you got a long row to hoe. I believe that with practice you could get to where some, probably not most of your shots are keeps if your threshold is not too high.

                    I found that shots of street signs always had a fringe around the letters not matter how carefully I tried to focus and refocus. I returned mine. I go with less magnification and use my Nikon 80-400 w/ TC-14E-II 1.4 teleconverter. The images similarly cropped to match the Rokinon were as good or better. And with the Nikon I get autofocus and better contrast.

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                    4.0

                    Great cheap lens for moon photographt

                    By Phil

                    from Montreal, Canada

                    About Me Avid Adventurer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Strong Construction

                    Cons

                    • Difficult To Focus

                    Best Uses

                    • Moon Photography

                    Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan):

                    The construction of the lens is good. The only downside : the focus is a bit stiff and too sensitive.

                    FOr the price, it takes great pictures of the moon.

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                    4.0

                    In my opinion, a very good value.

                    By Claudia

                    from Chicago, IL

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Consistent Output
                    • Good value
                    • Lightweight

                    Cons

                    • Limited usage

                    Best Uses

                    • Moon Photography
                    • Night Photography
                    • Wildlife Photos

                    Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                    I rated this at four stars, mostly because of the good value. If I was rating based solely on the performance I have experienced, I'd rate it a 3.5.I am an amateur photographer who has taken a few classes, read up on things and practiced quite a bit. In the past couple of years, I've become very interested in photographing the moon. I have other lenses I've used to take photos of the moon, but it had become increasingly clear to me that perhaps an 800mm with a teleconverter (to equal 1600mm) would be a good option for me.Being an amateur and having limited resources to spend on my hobby, I opted to buy this lens and use a teleconverter I already own. Having only f/8.0 to work with is limiting, but I set up my tripod and adjusted the ISO and shutter speed until I found a good mix (ISO 200, shutter speed 1/250) and took some very good photos of the moon that my (also amateur) friends have admired.I've also used this lens at the zoo and botanical gardens without the teleconverter and it took very nice photos as well. I plan to try my luck at a state park with eagles next winter, and expect to have good results there as well.To summarize, for the money this is a lens that will give you very nice photos and I am very happy with my purchase.

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                    3.0

                    A Fun Toy to Experiment With

                    By ArtieV

                    from Sarasota, FL

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Lightweight
                    • Serious "reach"

                    Cons

                    • Critical Focus Tricky

                    Best Uses

                    • Full Moon Images
                    • Landscape/Scenery
                    • Night Photography
                    • Wildlife Photos

                    Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                    A decent lens for moon rise/set as well as [carefully] sun rise/set images. One shot of a sailboat passing in front of a huge setting sun makes the purchase worth it. Use it on an APS-C cam for even more magnification. 1200mm equliv. on my Nikon D90. Critical focus can be tricky, as a slight turn of the barrel makes a big difference. Cable release or exposure delay mode recommended to avoid blur from vibration. Contrast is low, but can be easily adjusted in post. Decent considering a pro 800mm carries a five digit price tag.

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                    3.0

                    Extreme Reach Good Fun

                    By Brian

                    from MN

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Lightweight

                    Cons

                    • Poor in Low Light
                    • Slow Focus

                    Best Uses

                    • Wildlife Photos

                    Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                    This lens is manual focus and fixed aperture, and has the characteristic ring bokeh you get with mirror lenses. Note you will also need a lens adapter to fit this lens to your camera body. (T mount to Nikon or Canon mount)I bought this lens for those occasional times when I really need the extreme reach, and it is indeed extreme. I find myself having to back up with my feet to fill a subject in a frame. If you were at a baseball stadium and wanted the batter in view, you'd have to be sitting in the outfield bleachers. Framing is a big challenge.For wildlife photography, which is my primary purpose for getting this lens, there are a couple of gotchas. Finding your subject and tracking it with an 800mm lens is extremely challenging. The F/8 aperture means you need really good light, and the 800 length means you'll want a very fast shutter speed to avoid blur from hand shake. If you want to handhold this lens (which is tempting, because it is very lightweight) you will need a camera with great high ISO performance. But in all honesty, the sane way to use this lens is on a sturdy tripod. This lens is capable of sharp images, but attaining critical focus manually is very difficult.With all the "minuses", you may be wondering what are the pluses? Well the good news is for wildlife photography, at 800mm you can focus on wildlife without scaring them off. Which is a pretty huge plus. I plan to keep this lens for that very reason. I have pro level telephoto lenses that are far more capable and more expensive, but this is light and compact and great for "scouting" an nature area I might return to later. I'm not afraid to leave this lens in the car.I would "cautiously" recommend this to a friend, but only if they fully understood the limitations going in.

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                    3.0

                    May not be what you think

                    By scopemeister

                    from east central Missouri

                    About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Compact

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                        Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                        I bought this lens for eclipses (solar/lunar), Moon on the horizon shots, and the transit of Venus. Price/ performance ratio is very good but there are two limitations to be aware of.First is balance. The Rokinon was chosen over the other similar mirror lenses because the specifications web page listed a "fixed-rotating" tripod collar. Since this feature couldn't be seen in the product pictures I called B&H to verify. The salesman asked what I thought a "fixed-rotating" tripod collar was (a way to mount the lens directly to a tripod) and then he assured me that the lens did have that feature. There is no way to mount the lens directly to a tripod. While not too much trouble to rig up a bracket for better balance (needed), it was even more disappointing to be assured that the lens could be mounted directly to a tripod.Second limitation involves focus. The internal threading is ten times too coarse for manual focus. Magnified "live view" was required to check focus, but even then it was nearly impossible to focus sharply because the internal focusing threads are too coarse. I found it necessary to rig up method of a fine focusing adjustment with a hose clamp, rubber band, and an 8-32 screw.

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                        3.0

                        A Fun Addition to My Kit

                        By fishahwker

                        from Florida

                        About Me Avid Adventurer

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • A Super Bargain
                        • Compact
                        • Lightweight
                        • Strong Construction

                        Cons

                        • Not Waterproof
                        • Tripod Required

                        Best Uses

                        • Bird Watching
                        • Occasional Use

                        Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan):

                        Is it sharp? Not terribly but 800mm is powerful, especially on an APS-C camera. I am not a wildlife shooter, I'm a landscape photographer, so I have no reason (and no funds) to invest in anything like this length of lens in a Canon L, for example which would be about 70X the price. This lens is about 70x lighter than a regular big lens would be as well. My main lenses ARE L lenses, but this is for the occasional long shot that crops up, like when wildlife just insists on being photogenic right in front of me or I want to pick out a detail. Images from this will be sent through the full battery of sharpening tools and printed in modest sizes. For that, it's perfect. This lens is f8, so some cameras may not auto-focus with it but the big thing to know is that it does NOT HAVE A DIAPHRAGM so there is no adjustment there. It's ALWAYS f/8, there is no other f stop. So exposure is controlled entirely by shutter speed and ISO. It also means that the depth of field is shallow. Focus is manual and easy and surprisingly smooth. In low light it will be difficult or impossible. If you are not a brain surgeon a tripod will be essential for most situations.Once you learn how to use its limits to your advantage it is fine, but there are some shots that will not be possible, especially up close (which for this lens is about 11 feet) where the DOF is very shallow. But to shoot the occasional bird or long detail this is a great lens for the money. Build is solid feeling with metal barrel and nice appearance. I expect non-photographers to take it for a mark of professionals while they ignore my $1600 16-35L.For less than $200, how wrong can you go?

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                        4.0

                        Very good lens

                        By ENALNAPA

                        from México, D.F.

                        About Me Photo Enthusiast

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Compact
                        • Lightweight

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Travel
                          • Wildlife Photos

                          Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Black):

                          Good construction. Good optics. Good price. Fixed f/8 or f/6.3 in 800mm or 500mm is common in this type of mirror lenses. Light weight. To get better results for the focusing process use Live View option in the camera if it is possible.

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                          3.0

                          Fun Lens ...

                          By Crooked Smile Photogs...

                          from Denver, Colorado

                          About Me Avid Adventurer

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                          Pros

                          • Compact
                          • Lightweight
                          • Price Point
                          • Strong Construction

                          Cons

                          • Difficult To Focus
                          • Not Tack Sharp

                          Best Uses

                          • Bird Watching
                          • Hobby Family Shooting
                          • Non Professional Situatio
                          • Sporting Events/Concerts
                          • Wildlife Viewing

                          Comments about 800mm f/8.0 Mirror T-Mount Lens (Tan):

                          Its A Great Built Lens, The Fixed F/8 Allows Plenty Of Light Even On Cloudy Snow Looming Days As The Day I Just Shot With It ...
                          Manual Focus Ring Is Smooth And Not overly tight or jittery ...
                          Overall Feel And Appearance of the lens screams quality !!! I matched this with the Kowa t-mount adapter which is the only metal adapter I've been able to find ...
                          I had lots of fun with this lens at an animal sanctuary where the animals had 20 acre lots to roam on and i was able to fill the frame more often than not... My only setbacks are the not so tack sharp focus and a lil undersaturated on the color side ... but overall with a lil editing it"ll be a great addition to my bag

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