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|Filter thread||Front: 49 mm|
|Weight||7.5 oz (213 g)|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 2.5 x 1.8" (63.50 x 45.72 mm)|
|Maximum reproduction ratio||1:1|
|Camera mount type||Pentax K|
|Minimum focus distance||5.5" (13.97 cm)|
|Angle of view||44°|
|Focal length||35 mm
Comparable 35mm Focal Length: 53.5 mm
|Format compatibility||Pentax Digital (APS-C)|
I am not a native of beautiful Colorado, but I got there as quick as I could! I only mention this because I moved from the second most beautiful state in the nation, Minnesota , eight year ago.
Great lens for Close up work. This lens lives up to the high standards of all the other limited series lenses. I have done, more than a few, stacked images with this lens and I am more than satisfied with its performance.High Iq, color, resolution and all other aspects of the images are superior.
Nice sharp lens!
This lens is small, light, well built, macro, corresponds to a standard lens on an APS-C camera, and is very, very sharp already at full aperture. Cherries on the cake, it takes 'Pentax standard' 49mm filter, and it has a very convenient hood built-in. Cannot ask for more than this.
Sharpest tool in my bag. Great for macro and as a prime 35mm lens.
This metal Macro lens on a DX body offers approximately a standard 52mm focal length in full frame terms. Excellent build and image quality.
I use this lens with my K50 and its basically the only lens attached to my camera now. Its a great walkaround lens that's suitable for a variety of purposes including low light photography. The macro capabilities are a nice addition. The lens is super sharp.
I purchased this lens for use with my Pentax K-50 to complement my 50/1.8 and have macro capabilities, even if they are limited. Pros: - Solid build quality, heavy and all metal - Sharp images - Macro capabilites - Great all-around lens Cons: - Macro capabilities require to be close to the object,...
I keep this lens on my camera for indoor pictures, and outdoor for landscapes and macro. I used to get frustrated w/ my 50mm when in my small house, but now I use this one so much more!
I am a confirmed Nikon man, but purchased my K3 because neither Nikon nor Canon understand the concept of "rain." Originally I bought the weatherproof K3 and an assortment of weather resistant lenses, but the more I use the Pentax, the more I like it.