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Digital Camera Lenses

 

Ever wondered what Digital Camera Lens to use with your camera? This Learning Centre article has all you need to know about lenses, what they do and what the numbers mean. Click here

Here you will find a lens for every shooting situation, including DSLR Camera lenses, Micro Four-Thirds and Compact System lenses . Categories include Wide Angle, Telephoto, Fish Eye and Macro. We stock Canon EOS lenses, Nikon D and One series lenses, Pentax K mount lenses, Sony Alpha and NEX lenses. We also stock Sigma lenses and Tamron lenses for most DSLR mounts.
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    Pentax DA 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 DAL MkII

    This lens blends versatility with affordability, giving the casual photographer a broader canvas without having to carry a multitude of lenses. Great wide-angle capability with a standard 3X zoom range. Full Details

    $99.95

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    Pentax FA-J 18-35mm f4-5.6 smc AL

    The Pentax SMC P-FA J 18-35mm f4-5.6 AL is an ideal entry-level zoom lens designed to be used with fully automatic cameras. Its lightweight design makes it easy to handle and maneuver. It features aspherical lens elements to help transmit light more efficiently and our acclaimed SMC multi-layer coating to lower surface reflection, reduce ultraviolet rays, and deliver clear, high-contrast images.

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    $99.95

  3. Pentax Q Toy Lens - Wide

    The PENTAX 04 Toy Lens Wide for Q-series cameras is designed to provide a wide angle, nostalgic image similar to photographs taken through a traditional toy camera. It is perfect for photographers looking for a toy camera effect, without having to simulate it in post-production.

    • 35mm equivalent Focal length equivalent to 35mm in the 35mm format. 
    • Surrealistic Provides optical capture of images with surrealistic and impressionistic characteristics. 
    • F7.1 Fixed aperture of F7.1.
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    $99.95

  4. Pentax Q Toy Lens - Telephoto

    The PENTAX 05 Toy Lens Telephoto for Q-series cameras produces a telephoto, nostalgic image similar to photographs taken with a traditional toy camera. It is ideal for photographers looking for a toy camera effect, without having to simulate it in post-production.

    • 100mm equivalent 100mm focal length equivalent in the 35mm format. 
    • Surrealistic Provides optical capture of images with surrealistic and impressionistic characteristics. 
    • F8 Fixed aperture of F8.
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    $99.95

  5. Pentax Q Fisheye Lens

    The PENTAX 03 Fish-Eye lens for Q-series cameras delivers a unique fisheye effect. It's perfect for the creative photographer looking for an ultra-wide-angle solution with edge distortion effects.

    • 17.5mm equivalent Focal length equivalent to 17.5mm in the 35mm format. 
    • F5.6 Fixed aperture of F5.6. 
    • 160 degree angle of view 160 degree angle of view with fisheye distortion that increases toward the edge of the frame. 
    • Pan focus effect Pan focus effect is designed to capture all elements in the image frame in sharp focus.
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    $159.95

  6. Pentax DA 50mm f1.8 SMC

    This fast F1.8 aperture prime standard lens is ideal for portrait, still life, or low light photography.

    The rounded diaphragm blades create a more circular aperture for smooth, beautiful bokeh at large aperture setting.

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    $199.95

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    Pentax DAL 50-200mm F4-5.6 ED Kit Lens (White box)

    Kit Lens - Without Box. Offering a 4X zoom coverage in the telephoto range, the DAL 50-200mm features an angle of view from 31.5 degrees to 8.1 degrees (equivalent in focal length from 76.5mm to 306mm in the 35mm format). As with all DA-Series lenses, this DAL 50mm-200mm features a responsive "Quick-Shift Focus System" that allows photographers to instantly switch the focus mode from auto to manual with a slight twist of the focus ring. Full Details

    $249.95

  8. Pentax DA 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 WR

    Ideal for beginners, the DA 18-55 provides a focal length covering a wide to moderate wide-angle range. Full Details

    $299.95

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How'd they do that?
"Sunrise on the Mt." By Joel Strickland

Tips from the photographer

  • Get up early, the light at sunrise can be amazing.
  • Act quick, the light isn’t like this for long.
  • Shoot raw, it helps to capture the full colour range.

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