B&H # FUCF25HA1 MFR # CF25HA-1
"very nice lens...Excellent Optics for the price...A sharp uniform lens for 1 CCDs but sensitive to backfocus...With a 2/3 industrial CCD, the Fujinon CF25HA-1 gives a slightly sharper 100x80mm image with less darkening at the corners compared to the much smaller and cheaper Fujinon HF25HA-1B under the exact same conditions."See more
You Pay: $265.00
B&H # FUCF16HA1 MFR # CF16HA-1
"A sharp uniform lens for 1 CCDs but sensitive to backfocus...However it is important to get the backfocus distance to the CCD correct....With a 4/3 CCD there is significant dark vignetting in the corners, which is absent with 1 CCDs."See more
You Pay: $239.95
B&H # FUCF35HA1 MFR # CF35HA-1
"A good choice for cameras with large 1 CCDs...I recommend all of these large Fujinon lenses....It has a minimum object distance of 229mm, longer than the 102mm of the bigger 16mm and 25mm lenses....The 35mm is sharp at close distances with slight darkening (vignetting) in the corners of a 1 CCD."See more
You Pay: $279.00
B&H # TA612ML MFR # 13FM06IR
"great affordable lens...Great lens that gets the job done....Great wide angle lens with extreme light sensitivity!"See more
You Pay: $36.00
B&H # FUYV5X27R4A2 MFR # YV5X2.7R4B-SA2
You Pay: $72.95
B&H # FUCF125HA1 MFR # CF12.5HA-1
You Pay: $268.00
B&H # FUCF75HA1 MFR # CF75HA-1
You Pay: $320.00
B&H # ZE5014ZEC MFR # 1677-817
All existing exposure programs (P, AV, TV, M) and the AF verification function of the camera are supported, and lens information (focal length and speed) is passed on to the camera. Certain functions that require the use of AF lenses (various subject programs, A-DEP) are partially unavailable.
The Planar lens with its front-and-back symmetry was invented by Dr. Paul Rudolf and is one of the best-known Carl ZEISS T* lenses. It is remarkably effective in eliminating aberrations and possesses very high definition allowing contrast in the subject to be faithfully reproduced.
"A Beauty...Good Lens...It is a good lens to start dslr video, the manual focus is just incredibly good and long (but of course you need to train it a lot as focus pulling is never a easy thing) I think 50mm is a good range and its aperture its is just incredible....When recommended this lens and maker by a professional photographer he said that he would shoot on canon L series lenses (which I did before switching to Zeiss) and he would always have to focus back and forth to find that sweet spot when the Zeiss lens you turn the focus ring once and land on that sweet spot without having to do micro adjustments."See more
You Pay: $725.00
B&H # ZE8514ZEC MFR # 1677-838
Now offered as a "ZE" type lens, which makes it compatible with any camera that uses the Canon EF bayonet lens mount. All existing exposure programs (P, AV, TV, M) and the AF verification function of the camera are supported, and lens information (focal length and speed) is passed on to the camera. Certain functions that require the use of AF lenses (various subject programs, A-DEP) are partially unavailable.
"Great lens...Great Lens!...However I personally like the look of the imperfections below F/2.0, as this lens is a portrait lens not a landscape lens and flaws in portraiture can make interesting photographs....If you're in a semi dark room, it will take forever to nail focus.I've had a love/hate relationship with this lens for 2 years now, and after all this time I've finally decided to sell it for a lens with auto focus."See more
You Pay: $1,283.00
B&H # BO6501300 MFR # SLY650T
It will work on both "full frame" digital cameras as well as the smaller-format APS-C (15 x 22mm) cameras, but has only one effective aperture at any focal length, which varies from f/8 at 650mm to f/16 at 1300mm. That's not much of a hindrance, however, as you'd likely use this lens at its relatively small maximum aperture in any case.
This lens requires bright light and a high ISO setting on the camera to get a fast shutter speed (or fast film in a film camera), and needs a sturdy tripod or monopod, but can deliver very sharp results if used properly.
"Great Lens...Excellent Lens...A decent ball mount on a tripod could not hold the skyward position I wanted, so I had to buy a gimbal mount and a long plate to hold the lens in position....this lens is great.I used this lens in the u.p. of Michigan for great landscapes, sunsets,and moon shots and rainbows.Just remember you need a lot of light and time to get the exposure rite.tripod a must."See more
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You Pay: $199.95
B&H # TA41212ML MFR # 12VM412ASIR
"very useful...Nice quality...Works as a nice very fast/wide lens on GH2 using ETC mode....Overall a great lens if you're okay with shooting in ETC mode."See more
You Pay: $84.00
B&H # TA41214MPMIC MFR # M12VM412
"Very simple...it gets the job done...I use this lens for outdoor filming in an environment containing a lot of water and it gives good results....I guess it is a 7-12mm I may get an extender ring for it but it looks like it will work for my super 8 camera."See more
You Pay: $99.95
B&H # TA2010016ML MFR # 13VM20100AS
"good product...Great Bang for the buck....Tamron 13VM20100AS Great lense...Great Machine Vision lens"See more
You Pay: $119.00
B&H # COH6Z0812 MFR # H6Z0812
"Great lens!...Almost Great...Perhaps it was the specific lens that I had as the manual controls worked like a charm and the locks don't budge at all once set....I use this lense with my GoPro HERO4 SILVER w/ a Back-Bone Ribchage mod, and it fits and works perfectly."See more
You Pay: $309.00
B&H # TA2514MPCL MFR # 23FM25SP
"A good lens...A good lens for my needs....A good compact 2/3 lens at a reasonable price...If you don't mind paying almost twice as much for a much bigger 25mm f/1.4 lens, you would do better with the 2/3 25mm f/1.4 Fujinon HF25SA-1, but otherwise the 23FM25SP is a great compact lens, superior to the cheaper M118FM25 and 23FM25L Tamron lenses."See more
You Pay: $164.95
B&H # FUFE185C086H MFR # FE185C086HA-1
"Great lens...Great FoV....Great lens for m43 like blackmagic micro cameras with metabone adapter."See more
You Pay: $439.95
B&H # TA3810IR MFR # 13VM308ASIRII
"A cheap versatile industrial lens...It is most suitable when the lens does not often need to be adjusted....The Tamron 13VM308ASIRII is a cheap versatile lens for industrial inspection cameras; it is also good for IR."See more
You Pay: $38.00
B&H # TAM118VM413I MFR # M118VM413IR
"Works perfectly for my purpose...This lens is perfect for my Point grey camera with that sensor format."See more
You Pay: $209.95
B&H # BO5008KN
When combined with the T-mount, this mirror lens mounts to any Nikon F-mount camera and works on both FX "full frame" cameras as well as the "APS-C" style DX digital SLR cameras. However, the fixed f/8 aperture is not communicated to the camera body. As such, you can use the lens in "M" manual exposure mode, or "A" aperture-priority mode upon certain cameras.
Despite this lens' long 500mm focal length, it has a compact 3 x 3.5" size and weighs under 1 pound, making it a bit easier to handle than normal 500mm refractor lenses (it should be used with a tripod or monopod in any case). It also has a much different rendering of out of focus areas than a normal lens; highlights will be doughnut-shaped rings with more saturation and contrast on the edge of the ring than on the center.
This lens is an ideal candidate for astrophotography use when mounted to a Vixen GP2 Photo Guider (or other motorized equatorial telescope mount).
"This lens works great....This lens is very clean and very smooth....It is a mirror lens and has all the good and bad that goes with it....Takes great critter pictures in the bush."See more
You Pay: $119.95
B&H # BO6501300CAF
It will work on both "full frame" as well as the smaller-format APS-C (15 x 22mm) cameras, but has only one effective aperture at any focal length, which varies from f/8.0 at 650mm to f/16.0 at 1300mm. That's not much of a hinderance, however, as you'd likely use this lens at its relatively small maximum aperture in any case.
This lens requires bright light and a high ISO setting on the camera to get a fast shutter speed, and needs a sturdy tripod or monopod, but can deliver very sharp results if used properly.
"It's OK...The 650-800mm range is the best."See more
You Pay: $255.99