Pentax has announced not one, not two, but three HD Pentax-FA Limited interchangeable lenses! The Pentax FA 31mm f1.8 Limited, the Pentax FA 43mm f1.9 Limited and the Pentax FA 77mm f1.8 Limited! These new prime lenses boast improved imaging performance to deliver sharp, distinctive images in combination with a K-mount camera body while sporting an attractive exterior design!
Main features of all three of the HD PENTAX-FA Limited Lenses include:
- High-grade HD coating for exceptional image rendition the three new lenses are treated with the PENTAX-original HD coating. Compared with conventional multi-layer coatings, this high-grade coating assures higher light transmittance and lower reflectance to deliver sharp, clear images free of flare and ghost images, even under such adverse lighting conditions as backlight.
- Round-shaped diaphragm for beautiful bokeh effect all lenses feature a completely round-shaped diaphragm, which produces a natural, beautiful bokeh (defocus) effect in the images captured while optimizing the imaging performance of the distinctive Limited lens-series optics contained within.
- Acclaimed Limited Lens series quality for distinctive visual rendition and premium appearance while inheriting the design concept of the Limited Lens series, these lenses were designed through a series of mechanical and numerical evaluations, as well as human assessment of test-shooting samples, to deliver an image rendition unmatched by other models. The barrel, hood and cap are all made of high-grade aluminum, meticulously machined for an attractive appearance and beautiful texture.
- Other features include:
- SP (Super Protect) coating is applied to the front surface of each lens to repel dust and stains.
- The aperture ring has been retained so that the user can still use a variety of functions featured in K-mount film-format cameras.
To order the Pentax FA 31mm f1.8 Limited, click here!
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To order the Pentax FA 77mm f1.8 Limited, click here!
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