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Minolta AF 28mm f/2.8

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Yashica AF 28-70mm f/3.5-4.5

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Olympus Zuiko 14-45mm f/3.5-5.6

Manufacturer's Description: "The Zuiko Digital 14-45mm (35mm equivalent focal length: 28-90mm) provides full 3.2x zoom performance within very compact dimensions and a weight of only 285g. This lens comes as a part of the Olympus E-300 Kit."

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Tokina AT-X 150-500mm f/5.6

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Minolta AF 35mm f/1.4G

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Yashica AF 28-70mm f/3.5-4.5 Power Zoom

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Olympus Zuiko 14-54mm f/2.8-3.5

Manufacturer's Description: "The high-quality ZUIKO DIGITAL 14-54mm 1:2.8-3.5 zoom offers an equivalent range of 28-108mm on a 35mm film camera. This bright all-round zoom lens offers both wide angle and short telephoto, making it the ideal basic lens. Its strong light gathering power makes it ideal for shooting in low light."

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Tokina AT-X 12-24mm AF Pro DX

Manufacturer's Description: "The all-new AT-X 124 AF PRO DX lens is Tokina's first lens designed for use exclusively on Canon and Nikon Digital SLR cameras having an APS-C sized sensor. This lens gives the Digital Photographer an ultra wide-angle zoom lens that has the equivalent of an 18-36mm zoom range on a 35mm film camera while maintaining a bright constant aperture of f/4."

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Minolta AF 35mm f/2

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Yashica AF 28-85mm f/3.5-4.5

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Nikon 35-135 f/3.3-4.5

Flexible standard zoom: For general photography.

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Tokina AT-X 28-80mm AF Pro

Manufacturer's Description: "To maintain strength, duraluminum alloy and a chrome plate brass mount plate was used as its foundation. Then modern composite material formed the outer barrels, focus and zoom rings. This result was a lens that weighed less than its predecessor, but maintained AT-X quality. SD glass, and inclusion of an all glass molded aspherical element in its two aspheric optical design completely corrects all aberrations, providing high contrast and sharpness right to the edges. The minimum focus distance is just 19.7 inches (50 cm) throughout the entire zoom range, which allows close up shots at a magnification of 1:5 at the 80 mm setting. Tokina has sped up auto focus and improved handling by incorporating a One-Touch Focus Clutch Mechanism which allows the focus ring to be moved from AF to manual focus with just a quick snap movement of the manual focus ring. No other AF/manual switches on the camera or lens need to be set. "

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Minolta AF 50mm f/1.4

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Yashica AF 35-105mm f/3.5-4.5

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Nikon 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5

Normal zoom: For general photography.

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Tokina Tokina AF24-200mm F/3.5-5.6 AT-X 242AF (IF)

Manufacturer's Description: "The AT-X 242 AF is the first lens to start at 24mm and zoom all the way to 200mm, and is currently the widest zoom range available starting at 24mm. It is constructed using a chrome plated brass mount plate and a combination of aluminum and composite lens barrels to reduce weight while maintaining strength and durability. Optically, the 242 uses high quality optical glass multicoated lens elements created by Hoya Corporation, the world's largest manufacturer of optical glass. Two Aspherical lens elements and one SD (super low dispersion) glass element are employed in the optical design to insure sharpness across the film plane. The aspherical elements are each molded as one piece of optical glass rather than a resin laminated to a glass core. An internal focusing mechanism gives this lens fast auto focus. Internal focus means the 72mm filter threads do not move during focusing. This is of great advantage when a special effects filter, such as a circular polarizer, is used. With an internal focusing lens it is not necessary to readjust the position of the filter every time the focus is changed. Focus distance is indicated on the manual focus ring. Like the rest of the lenses in the AT-X series, The AT-X 242 AF is what is commonly referred to as a parafocal lens, meaning when focus is achieved at a telephoto focal length, it is possible to zoom back to a wide angle and maintain focus on the subject. "

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Yashica AF 35-70mm f/3.3-4.5

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Canon EF 35-80mm f/4-5.6 III USM

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Tokina AF 19-35mm f/3.5-4.5

Manufacturer's Description: "The value and performance of this wide-angle lens soars to new heights. Landscapes, group portraiture, or travel photography, this lens was built to travel light. But it's no lightweight on quality. Tokina's AF 193 uses high-refraction, low-dispersion (HLD) all-glass optics made by Hoya Corporation and multi-coated with Tokina's exclusive anti-reflection coatings for outstanding optical performance in a value-priced lens. An internal zooming ability allows the focal length to be adjusted without the over-all length of the lens changing. Filters, such as circular polarizers and other special effects, can be used, and thanks to the internal focusing mechanism the filter will not move during focusing. The AF 193 handles and travels easily due to its compact design and lightweight materials. Which is important because now you can have the benefits of a super-wide angle zoom lens with you all the time! "

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Minolta AF 50mm f/2.8 Macro

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