Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8

Last updated (31 July’10):

The Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 features 50mm at focal length with maximum aperture of f/2.8. The lens construction has 8 elements in 7 groups and has diagonal angle of view at 31.5 degrees. Closest focusing distance at 7.67 inches and has a filter size of 49mm. The Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 lens weighs 9.3 oz. (265g) and it measures 2.7 inches in diameter and 2.4 inches long.

Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8
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Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 User Reviews

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“Using this lens with the K10D Pentax digital camera is a true pleasure. The sharpness of the images is outstanding!” – by Edwin W. Parkinson

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Samples

Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 Sample Photos

- Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 Sample Photos @ Photographyreview
- Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 Sample Photos @ Flickr
- Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 Sample Photos @ Pbase

Manual

Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 User Manual

- Download Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 User Manual (PDF – 350kb)

Features & Specifications

Pentax SMCP-D FA 50mm f/2.8 Specifications

The PENTAX smc P-D FA 50mm F2.8 macro is designed specifically for digital cameras. It utilizes curvature and positioning of optical elements to virtually eliminate flare and ghosting for clear, high-quality images particularly important to digital photography. This versatile lens can also be used a telephoto lens and features our acclaimed multi-layer coating to lower surface reflection, reduce ultraviolet rays, and deliver clear, high-contrast images.


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