Vivitar 500mm f/6.3

Last updated (07 Aug’11):

The Vivitar 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 6.6ft (2.0m) and has a filter size of 95mm (front), 34mm (rear). The Vivitar 500mm f/6.3 lens weighs 1.4lb (651 g) and it measures 3.8″ (98mm) in diameter and 4.7″ (119.5mm) long.

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Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info


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Vivitar 500mm f/6.3 User Reviews

good value
“The product was shipped promptly and delivered as promised. I knew going in this was a very economical. It did take some time to figure out how to program the f stop into the camera but after that it does work well. Yes it needs lots of light but so does any lens set at an 6.3 f stop. It actually is fun seeing just what 500m and 100m does! I would highly suggest a monopod or tripod for 1000m but I also knew that prior to purchase. I really is a good value for the price.” – by Austin
Rating: ★★★★☆

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Features & Specifications

Vivitar 500mm f/6.3 Specifications

The Vivitar 500mm F6.3 lens ultra telephoto is incredibly compact and lightweight for its focal lenght. This is achieved by using an advanced reflex design, and this lens is ideally suited for wildlife and sports photography. It has a fixed aperture of F/6.3 Simple T-mount adapters screw on the lens and make this lens adoptable to fit almost any current or even discontinued camera.

Features:
* Includes 30.5mm rear filter
* Super Spectra coatings
* Aluminum alloy construction
* Full-time manual focus override
* Focus preset function allows
* Circular aperture
* Three Year Limited Warranty
* Uses T-Mount adapter (not included)
* Can be used with film and digital SLR cameras


See also: Lens Reviews | Vivitar Lenses





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