Here’s my first-ever lens review/comparison. I intend to do more for the fun of it, and to satisfy my curiosity. I anticipate most of them will be reviews That Nobody Asked For (TNAF). This particular comparison will appeal to enthusiasts of vintage lens, specifically those who enjoy mounting manual-focus K-mount 70-210mm-range zooms to Pentax DSLRs, which means practically nobody, but hey, that’s how we roll here. Back in the day, there were also a slew of zooms in the 80-200mm focal length range; for now, we’ll kick off the TNAFs by comparing the Pentax A 70-210mm F4 (manufactured from 1984-1988) to… Read More
Why so little is known about a modern optical company behind some of the great off-brand lenses of the 70s and 80s is as mysterious as the mystery itself.
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We compare the venerable vivitar series 1 70-210mm to the pentax equivalent, check it out.
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We pit the 2020 iPhone 11 Pro Max’s lenses against a Vivitar wide-angle manufactured in 1983, in another world-first review That Nobody Asked For.
We compare the two lenses for center and corner performance.
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