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MEKE 85mm F2.8 Full Frame Macro Medium Telephoto 1.5:1 Ratio Man

$168

MEKE 85mm F2.8 Full Frame Macro Medium Telephoto 1.5:1 Ratio Man


Product Description

Meike 85mm F2.8 Full Frame Prime Macro Lens for F Mount

Meike 85mm f/2.8 is a macro dedicated lens with portrait capabilities.

It's built for full frame cameras, and also compatible with APS-C bodies, the equivalent focal length on APS-C bodies is around 127.5mm.

Compatible with D500 D750 D3300 D3400 D5500 D5600 D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000 D7200 D7100 D7000 D7500 D700 D600 D500 D90 DLSR cameras etc.

Features a special designed macro ring, the maximum magnification ratio reaches 1.5:1, you don't need to get so close for macro shooting.

The lens is capable for products, portraits, and creative effects. For products ranging from watches, wedding rings, close ups of small objects, portraits and miniature effects and they're as effective for creative video shootings as they are for still images. Giving you the powerful control over the range of sharpness in an image or video


Specification:

  • Focal Length:85mm
  • Maximum Aperture: f/2.8
  • Minimun Aperture: f/22
  • Maximum Magnification Ratio:1.5:1
  • Filter Size:55mm
  • Angle of view:28.2°on full frame bodies, 18.9°on APS-C frame bodies
  • Diaphragm Blades:12
  • Minimun Focus Distance:0.25m
  • Weight:500g
  • Groups-Elements:8 Groups 11 Elements
  • Diameter:64mm
  • Length:91.5mm




  • Features 12 diaphragm blades, provides a nice cirular aperture, which enables beautiful round blur effect.
  • Features nano technology multi-layer coating, which can effectively reduce flaring, vignetting and ghosting

Sample Macro Images

March at f11, magnification 1.5:1
High image resolution

Leaf at f11, magnification 1:2
Natural color contrast

Lavender at f5.6, magnification 1:2
sharp in the center and nice creamy bokeh

MEKE 85mm F2.8 Full Frame Macro Medium Telephoto 1.5:1 Ratio Man

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