Developed for videography and photography
With the walimex pro 10/3,1 VDSLR your are well equipped for videography as well as photography, without time consuming changing of lenses. The aperture can be infinitely adjusted, which minimizes transitions in exposure time. Both the aperture ring and the focus ring are provided with a gear rim and have thus been optimized for use with focussing facilities (Follow Focus Systems).
Ideal for landscape, architecture, arts and nude photography
Because of its large picture angle, the walimex pro 10/3.1 APS with a focal length of 10 mm and a lens speed of 1:3.1 is most suitable for landscape and panorama shots requiring high lens speed. This high-quality wide angle lens is just as ideal for architecture, arts and also nude photography. With manual focussing and aperture setting. The near focussing limit is approx. 24 cm. Lens for APS-sensors!
Outstanding image quality due to the multi coated lens area and Nano Coating
Great importance was attached to an optimal lens design in order to achieve an excellent imaging quality. All of the 14 glass lenses are multi-coated, which prevents reflections so that more light is made available for the image. Moreover, the coating also enhances the contrast and results in a more brilliant colour rendering. The reduction of reflections is also supported by a nano coating. Two of the 14 lenses are aspherical and ensure optimal correction of spherical image defects. In addition to this, one lens is made of ED-glass (extra low dispersion), whereby chromatic aberrations are optimally corrected.
High quality workmanship
The metal housing is very robust and impresses with its noble optics. Besides the high-quality optics, the detachable lens hood, which prevents lateral incident stray light and lens reflections, also ensures optimal imaging results.
|Focal length||10 mm|
|Lenses / Groups||14 / 9 (2 aspherical)|
|Picture angle||APS-C: 105.9°|
|Near focussing limit||0.24 m|
|Apertures (T-Stop)||T3,1 ~ 22|
|Diameter / length:||approx. 87 mm / approx. 106,1 mm|