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Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron) Lens

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Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron) lens

Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron) lens

Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron) lens

Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron) lens

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: C/Y (contax/yashica), Canon FD, FDn, Konica AR, M42, Nikon F (FX, DX), Olympus OM, Pentax K, Minolta SR (MD, MC)

User reviews (1)

Photos (5)

Tests (0)

Owners (8)

Views (10443)

Average price: $92

Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
28mmf/2.5f/2260.367314/11,161/2,4

Additional information:

The Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron)  is a wide-angle fast prime lens for 35 mm  SLR cameras of popular systems in the 1970-80s.

Manufactured by Kino (or Kiron) (it has 22 in its serial number).

There isanother version of this lens with the filter  diameter of 62 mm.


Posted by: SharkDD   Date of publication: 27.05.2011



Photos taken with this lens Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron):


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Autor: SharkDD
5 0 2284

Vivitar 28mm f2.5
Autor: leandro teixeira
0 0 1097

Vivitar 28mm f2.5
Autor: leandro teixeira
0 0 1093

Vivitar 28mm f2.5
Autor: leandro teixeira
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Mechanical quality4.001
Optical quality3.001
Usability4.001
Pricing / Value3.001
Bokeh2.502
Overall lens rating
3.30

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Owner reviews: Vivitar 28 mm f/ 2.5 (Kino, Kiron)

ProfHankD 04.01.2016 21:00:31
Period of use: 72 months

Strengths:

Very well made with smooth focus, etc. IQ gets fairly good stopped down.


Weaknesses:

FF has very dark corners and bokeh can be very nervous; "B+" IQ stopped down, but "C" wide open. Better on APS-C, but not compelling against your average modern APS-C kit zoom.


Comments:

Not a bad lens, just not compelling.