Used Sony E16mm f2.8 Pancake Lens

Discontinued
Condition : 9+

Nearly new with only the lightest of cosmetic marks.

Condition : 9+

Lens appears as new, lens is free of cosmetic marks and scratches. The optics of the lens are clean and show no to minimal dust and are free of marks and scratches.
Lens is supplied with: White Box, Caps

The Sony E16mm f2.8 Lens is a light, low-profile pancake lens that fits comfortably on Sony's APS-C E-mount cameras, whilst maintaining the slimline look and slipping easily into your pocket. Great for everyday shooting, this 16mm lens contains high-quality optics including a 7 blade circular aperture for beautiful defocus effects and an aspheric surface for excellent contrast and sharpness. The ...

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The Sony E16mm f2.8 Lens is a light, low-profile pancake lens that fits comfortably on Sony's APS-C E-mount cameras, whilst maintaining the slimline look and slipping easily into your pocket. Great for everyday shooting, this 16mm lens contains high-quality optics including a 7 blade circular aperture for beautiful defocus effects and an aspheric surface for excellent contrast and sharpness. The lens features direct Manual Focus with a non-rotating focus ring during Auto Focus, ideal for precise, comfortable adjustments. The Sony 16mm f2.8 Lens is compatible with the optional VCL-ECU1 ultra-wide converter and optional VCL-ECF1 fisheye converter. Back to top

Product Specification

Aperture Blades 7
Colour Silver
Filter Thread Size (mm) 49
Focal Length – Tele (mm) 16
Focal Length – Wide (mm) 16
Included Accessories Please see item description for included accessories
Lens Mount Sony E
Lens Type Wide-Angle Prime
Maximum Aperture – Tele 2.8
Maximum Aperture – Wide 2.8
Minimum Aperture 22
Number of Lens Elements 5
Number of Lens Groups 5
Sensor Format APS-C
Size (mm) 62 x 22.5 mm
Weight (g) 67
Minimum Focus Distance (m) 0.2
Manufacturer Link Sony
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Product Code: 1585450-wex Manufacturers Part Number: SEL16F28.AE Got a question? Get it answered...