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Tamron SP AF 14mm f/2.8 Aspherical (IF)

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SP AF 14mm f/2.8 Aspherical (IF)

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Manufacturer's Description:

"Tamron's SP AF 14mm f2.8 Aspherical (IF) is an ultra wide angle lens that creates a perspective far beyond the conventional ultra wide.

With its larger 2.8 aperture, the main subject practically jumps out of the image. By using two Hybrid Aspherical lens elements, this lens delivers high quality images with minimal light fall off at the image corners. To optimize handling, the lens incorporates a push/pull AF/MF Switchover mechanism on the focus ring.

* AF/MF change over mechanism for focusing ring Switching between AF and MF is easily accomplished by sliding the focus ring back and forth. Manually focusing is smooth and precise with the wide focusing ring."
Discontinued No Edit
Year announced No Data Edit
Lens Mounts
  • Pentax K SMC-FA
  • Nikon AF
  • Minolta AF
  • Canon EF
Focal Type Wide Edit
Focal Length 14mm Edit
Angle of View 0 - 114 Edit
Max Aperture f/2.8 Edit
Min Aperture f/22 Edit
Filter Size 0mm Edit
Stabilised No Edit
35mm equivalent No Data Edit
Internal focusing No Data Edit
Maximum magnification No Data Edit
Min Focus 2cm Edit
Macro No Edit
Focusing modes
    Blades 5 Edit
    Elements 14 Edit
    Groups 12 Edit
    Weather-sealed No Data Edit
    Box Contents
    Box Contents No Data Edit
    Weight 675g Edit
    Height 86.5mm Edit
    Diameter 87mm Edit
    MTF Data
    Effective focal length 14mm Edit
    Weighted MTF 14 mm: f2.8 0.64 | f4 0.67 | f8 0.68 Edit
    Average Weighted MTF 0.68 Edit
    Weighted MTF 10 lp/mm 0.79 Edit
    Weighted MTF 20 lp/mm 0.61 Edit
    Weighted MTF 40 lp/mm 0.37Max Edit
    Distortion No Data Edit
    Grade 2.5 Edit
    Photodo MTF Score 2.5 Edit

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