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Digital Camera Lenses

 

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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.
  1. Pentax DA* 16-50mm f2.8 SDM

    The smc PENTAX-DA* 16-50mm f/2.8 ED AL[IF]SDM wide angle zoom lens delivers the highest level of optical quality and includes SDM technology for fast, accurate, quiet focus. Bringing together advanced optical technologies, including aspherical elements, special optical-glass elements and original lens coatings, these new interchangeable lenses are superior to any existing lens series in terms of contrast, clarity and edge-to-edge sharpness. Full Details

    $1,099.95

  2. Pentax DA* 55mm f1.4 SDM

    Standard in focal length, but excellent in quality, the smc PENTAX DA Star 55mm for PENTAX digital SLR cameras is incredibly fast and offers outstanding depth of field control. And with its weather-resistant construction, it’s versatile enough for all types of shooting conditions. Its fast F1.4 aperture offers outstanding depth of field control, and its rounded diaphragm blades create a more circular aperture for smooth, beautiful bokeh at large aperture settings. Full Details

    $849.95

  3. Pentax DA* 60-250mm f4 ED

    Featuring high quality, weather-resistant and dust-resistant construction, SDM autofocus, and extra low dispersion glass, the smc PENTAX DA Star 60-250mm F4 ED (IF) SDM, exclusively for PENTAX digital SLR cameras, is a versatile telephoto zoom lens for photographers who demand flexibility and the highest quality from their glass. Full Details

    $1,499.95

  4. Pentax FA 31mm f1.8 Limited

    The FA 31 incorporates a glass-molded aspherical lens element into its 9-element, 7-group optics, and offers sharp, crisp image reproduction, even at the maximum aperture of f1.8 It features a beautiful aluminum body with black finish and comes equipped with a flower-shaped lens hood. Full Details

    $1,299.95

  5. Pentax FA 43mm f1.9 Limited

    The FA 43's natural perspective of subjects makes it ideally suited for everyday use including indoor photography, traveling, and hiking. Like every PENTAX lens, the smc P-FA 43mm F1.9 lens features our acclaimed smc multi-layer coating to lower surface reflection, reduce ultraviolet rays, and deliver clear, high-contrast images. Full Details

    $849.95

  6. Pentax FA 50mm f1.4

    With an angle of view and perspective similar to the human eye, the smc PENTAX FA 50mm F1.4 is incredibly fast and offers outstanding depth of field control. It?s versatile enough for all types of subjects in all types of lighting conditions. Full Details

    $399.95

  7. Pentax FA 77mm f1.8 Limited

    The FA 77 is specifically designed for portrait photography and accurately reproduces the tones, colors and texture of the subject's skin, clothes and accessories as well as assuring an excellent rendering of highlight and out of focus areas. It also features PENTAX's exclusive FREE (Fixed Rear Element Extension) focusing system to ensure sharp, crisp image reproduction over the entire focusing range. Full Details

    $999.95

  8. 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.
    Full Details

    $159.95

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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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