Rokinon 500mm f/6.3

The Rokinon 500mm f/6.3 features 500mm at focal length with maximum aperture of f/6.3. The lens construction has 7 Elements in 6 Groups and has diagonal angle of view at 5 degrees. Closest focusing distance at 2.0m (6.1ft) and has a filter size of 95mm. The Rokinon 500mm f/6.3 lens weighs 2 pounds.

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“The clarity and sharpness from a steady and well focused shot is better than I expected. With most digital cameras, setting the ISO to 200-400 will allow the ability to free hand shoot with this lens on a bright day.” – By rmdrake
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Rokinon 500mm f/6.3 Specifications

Weighing just 25 oz., this 500mm mirror lens is ideal for nature, wildlife, and sports and photography. This features a faster F stop of F6.3. It also includes lens caps, lens case and a 1 year Rokinon warranty.


* Aperture: F6.3 Fixed
* Optical Construction: 7 Elements in 6 Groups
* Angle of View: 5 Degrees; Minimum Focusing Distance: 2.0m (6.1ft)
* Filter Size: 95mm
* Focus Type: Manual; Mount: T-Mount Adapter (Included for Nikon)

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