Phoenix 28-105mm f/2.8-3.8 Autofocus Lens

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Phoenix Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto
28-105mm f/2.8-3.8 Autofocus Lens

Phoenix Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto 28-105mm f/2.8-3.8 Autofocus LensBasically a rebadged Vivitar... Good results for the price, but results look a tad soft compared with the comparable Sigma. Is only really f4 at long end. Buy only if you're on a very tight budget

The Phoenix 28-105 mm is an autofocus lens compatible with 35 mm film and full-frame digital sensor DSLR cameras. A fast aperture allows for clear photos in even low-light conditions, and the 28-105 mm f/2.8-3.8 lens has a minimum focus distance of 4.9 ft. Physically, the Phoenix camera lens for Minolta weighs 14.89 oz, and measures 3.0 x 3.5 inches. The internal workings of the 28-105 mm f/2.8-3.8 lens includes 15 lens elements in 13 groups, and the lens has a magnification factor of 0.08x. Furthermore, the Phoenix 28-105 mm has a maximum reproduction ratio of 1:12, making the lens a good choice for full-image head portraits. Optional filters add to the versatility of the Phoenix camera lens for Minolta, and the lens comes with 72 mm filter threads. A universal M42 camera mount rounds out the Phoenix 28-105 mm lens' features. Lightweight and capable of handling low-light conditions, both amateurs and professionals will appreciate the many features of this lens.

I have yet to read any positive reviews about this lens.

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Specifications
Filter Size
72mm
f/Stop Range
2.8-27
Minimum Focus Distance
4.9'
Magnification
1:12
Zoom/Focus Control
Two-touch (push-pull)
Angle of View
75 to 23 Degrees
Groups/Elements
13/15
Tripod Collar
No
Length
3.5"
Maximum Diameter
3.0"
Weight
0.93 lb

Lens Includes

Phoenix Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto 28-105mm f/2.8-3.8 Autofocus Lens
Front & Rear Lens Caps
Lens Hood
6-Year Warranty

Accessories

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Phoenix Zoom Wide Angle-Telephoto 28-105mm f/2.8-3.8 Autofocus Lens

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