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Pentax SMC 67 Macro 100mm f/4

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SMC 67 Macro 100mm f/4

Rating: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5

Lowest Price: £29.95

Manufacturer's Description:



"The smc PENTAX 67 Macro 100mm f/4 high-performance macro lens features a 100mm focal length (equivalent to 50mm in the 35mm format) with a 48-degree angle of view and a maximum magnification of 0.52 times at a minimum focal length of 0.443 meters (1.45 feet). Consisting of six elements in four groups, this macro lens is designed to be extremely compact to assure optimum lighting flexibility during close-distance shooting, while its floating mechanism offers outstanding image description over the entire focus range - from infinity to the minimum focusing distance. With the supplied life-size converter, the lens offers a maximum magnification of 1.12 times at 0.314 meters (1.05 feet)."
Availability
Discontinued No Edit
Year announced No Data Edit
General
Lens Mounts
  • Pentax 67
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Focal Type Telephoto Edit
Lens
Focal Length 100mm Edit
Angle of View 0 - 48 Edit
Max Aperture f/4 Edit
Min Aperture f/32 Edit
Filter Size 77mm Edit
35mm equivalent No Data Edit
Internal focusing No Data Edit
Focusing
Min Focus 31cm Edit
Stabilised No Edit
Macro Yes Edit
Construction
Blades 0 Edit
Elements 6 Edit
Groups 4 Edit
Box Contents
Box Contents No Data Edit
Dimensions
Weight 600g Edit
Height 77.5mm Edit
Diameter 92.5mm Edit
MTF Data
Effective focal length No Data Edit
Weighted MTF No Data Edit
Average Weighted MTF No Data Edit
Weighted MTF 10 lp/mm No Data Edit
Weighted MTF 20 lp/mm No Data Edit
Weighted MTF 40 lp/mm No Data Edit
Distortion No Data Edit
Grade No Data Edit
Photodo MTF Score No Data Edit

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