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Vivitar MF Series 1 70-210 mm f/ 2.8-4 Apochromatic (Cosina) Lens

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Vivitar MF Series 1 70-210 mm f/ 2.8-4 Apochromatic (Cosina) lens

Vivitar MF Series 1 70-210 mm f/ 2.8-4 Apochromatic (Cosina) lens

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Zoom lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Nikon F (FX, DX), Nikon F (FX, DX), Olympus OM, Olympus OM, Pentax K, Pentax K, Minolta SR (MD, MC), Minolta SR (MD, MC)

First year of production: 1995

Optical design: 14 elements in 11 groups

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Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
70mm - 210mmf/2.8 - f/4.0f/2291.162727/25,6132/5,2

Additional information:

The sixth VS1 70-210 MF zoom version was manufactured by Cosina (SN 09nnnnnn) starting in perhaps 1995. Likely the biggest difference between this version and the previous five versions was the incorporation of apochromatic optics (although there are some other physical differences as well, such as wider filter threads than on the other Cosina versions and the inclusion of a bayonet-mount reversible hood). Cosmetically, it has a semi-gloss finish, less glossy than in the other Cosina versions. [This sixth version was even released as an autofocus lens model, although only for Canon, Minolta, and Nikon mounts.]


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Posted by: Frederick Wasti   Date of publication: 21.05.2017


Mechanical quality4.001
Optical quality5.001
Usability4.001
Pricing / Value5.001
Bokeh4.001
Overall lens rating
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