Vivitar 420-800mm f/8 Telephoto Zoom Lens
A versatile lens for photographing distant subjects, the Vivitar 420-800mm f/8 Telephoto Zoom Lens features a convenient threaded T-mount for adapting to a wide variety of camera types. The optical design features multi-coated glass lens elements, and a lens hood is incorporated into the design, which both help to suppress lens flare, ghosting, and surface reflections for increased contrast and color neutrality when working in strong lighting conditions. Manual focus operation is possible, and a built-in rotating tripod mount enables sturdy mounting of the lens to a tripod or monopod as well as seamless switching between shooting orientations.
Vivitar T-Mount to Canon RF Mount Adapter
This Vivitar T-Mount Adapter allows you to mount T-mount lenses, telescopes, microscopes, or other optics to your Canon RF-M mount camera body. When in use, automatic camera functions, such as autofocus and exposure control, will not be available and must be set manually.
Digital 2X Converter
The Vivitar’s high quality Teleconverter lensmultiplies the focal length of your T-mount lens by 2x allowing to get much closer to the action.
The V2XMR enhances optical quality by providing an easy and portable way to extend your camera’s reach. This brilliant and specialized lens by Vivitar features the anti-reflection coating that improves color consistency along with enhancing light transmission efficiency while reducing flare.
- This 420-800mm f8 lens is compatible with full-frame and smaller-sized sensors and features a threaded T-mount, which is compatible with a variety of optional adapters for mounting to various camera mounts.
- Multi-coated optics and lens hood help to reduce lens flare and ghosting for increased contrast and color fidelity.
- Two-touch, push-pull zoom design with an integrated zoom lock to secure the zoom position in place while shooting.
- Built-in rotating tripod mount for simple attachment of this lens on a tripod or monopod, and the rotating design permits quickly changing from vertical to horizontal shooting orientations.