The Oshiro 60mm f/2.8 LD UNC macro lens features an adjustable magnification range from 0.1x to 2x. Users could change the magnification ratio without installing any extension tube or converter, making it suited for rapidly adjusting to different macro scenarios. This magnification range also makes it extremely useful for shooting objects such as insects or flowers with different sizes. This manual lens design allows amazingly sharp picture adjustments. The lens is also designed for normal shooting with a 60mm focal length, which provides an all-in-one solution for portrait shooting as well as macro photography.
Oshiro’s 60mm macro offers the utmost in optical construction, including ultra-low dispersion lens elements and moisture and dustproof seal on the all-metal barrel. Low dispersion glass offers superior sharpness and color correction by minimizing chromatic aberration. The lens is built with 9 elements in 7 groups with Oshiro’s patented optical structure to provide image clarity and color. Ultra-nano crystal multi-coating eliminates lens element reflections and reduces ghost and flare. The optical system consists of two moving lenses groups in order to minimize the barrel distortion. With a large f/2.8 maximum aperture, the lens is effective in low light and provides shallow depth of field and 14 aperture blades offers beautiful background blur.
– Focal Length: 60mm
– Max Aperture: f/2.8
– Min Aperture: f/22
– Angle of View: 25.3 degrees
– Format: APS-C (macro and normal shooting)
– Format: Full-frame (macro shooting only)
– Structure: 9 elements in 7 groups
– Aperture Blades: 14
– Focusing Distance: 7.3 in to infinity
– Focus: Manual
– Filter: 62mm
– Dimensions: 3.7 in x 2.8 in
– Weight: 17.7 oz.
- Worlds first 2:1 prime manual focus macro lens compatible with full-frame sensors as well as APS-C sensors
- 9 lens elements in 7 groups, Low dispersion ultra nano crystal multi-coating anti-reflection optical glass
- All metal body and mount ensures durability and rigidity
- Provides an all-in-one solution for normal portrait shooting (APS-C sensors only)
- 14 aperture blades capable of creating amazing depth of view