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Pentax Launch 07 Mount Shield Lens

Pentax Launch 07 Mount Shield Lens - Pentax has launched its fourth lens in the Unique lens series for Pentax Q cameras.

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07 Mount Shield Lens
Pentax Ricoh Imaging UK Ltd. is pleased to announce the launch of the Pentax-07 Mount Shield Lens. This affordably priced, interchangeable lens produces a unique visual effect when mounted on a Pentax Q-mount camera body.

The Pentax-07 Mount Shield Lens is the fourth model in the Unique-Lens series and features an angle of view equivalent to 53.0mm in the 35mm format when mounted on the Pentax Q7 body (or 63.5mm on the Pentax Q or Q10 camera body). This lens offers a distinctive image, with a unique blur effect along the edges of the image field.

Measuring a mere 6.9mm in length, the lens is thin and compact, allowing users to take it anywhere. It mounts easily onto the camera body just like a lens cap, making it the perfect choice for everyday photography.

The Pentax-07 Mount Shield Lens will be available from September 2013. The price is yet to be confirmed.

For more information, visit the Pentax website.

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scottishphototours 10 2.5k 2 Scotland
12 Jun 2013 11:34PM
"For more information, visit the Pentax website."

Where you'll find no info on this whatsoever.......... Blush

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mikesavage 12 245 2 England
13 Jun 2013 3:40AM
"This lens offers a distinctive image, with a unique blur effect along the edges of the image field." In other words, poor optical quality. Sad
mikehit 5 6.7k 11 United Kingdom
13 Jun 2013 11:12AM

Quote: "This lens offers a distinctive image, with a unique blur effect along the edges of the image field." In other words, poor optical quality. Sad

That doesn't stop people liking LensBabies and 'lomo effect'.

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