Samsung 50-200mm f/4.0-5.6 ED D-Xenon

The Samsung 50-200mm f/4.0-5.6 ED D-Xenon features 50-200mm at focal length with maximum aperture of f/4.0-5.6. The lens construction has 11 elements in 10 groups and has diagonal angle of view at 31.5-8.1 degrees. Closest focusing distance at 110 cmt and has a filter size of 52mm. The Samsung 50-200mm f/4.0-5.6 ED D-Xenon lens weighs 255 g and it measures 66.5mm in diameter and 78.5 mm long.

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Features & Specifications

Samsung 50-200mm f/4.0-5.6 ED D-Xenon Specifications

The D-XENON 50-200mm lens makes you feel as if you can reach out and touch an object in your picture. With a lightweight build for enhanced portability, the telephoto zoom lens creates vivid images with excellent resolution and color clarity.

Features
* Portrait, Landscape, Wildlife
* 50 – 200 mm (4× zoom)
* 35mm: N/A digital: 31.5-8.1°
* 11 elements in 10 groups
* Size ? 66.5 × 78.5 mm


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