Further readings for the Pentax smc DA 40mm F2.8 Limited
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If you’ve outgrown the standard kit lens for your new entry-level DSLR, a second lens can add a new dimension to your photography. With a plethora of options available, picking out the right one can be a bit of a minefield, but our best lenses review is here to help. We round up here the big talking points on the 39 lenses that our technicians have tested on the Pentax K-S1.
The Pentax 40mm f2.8 Limited is one of two pancake type lenses from the firm and although this model is just 15mm in length it’s actually the larger of the pair. Read on to find out how well this refreshed HD version performs.
Here is a new series featuring the results of Pentax prime lenses mounted on the compatible camera with the best resolution thus far, the Pentax K5. (But as usual, you can consult DxOMark to see the results for these lenses when mounted on other compatible camera bodies, such as the Pentax K7 or Km.)
for pancake lens, I would like one who concerns to add more one item "thin" on pros and cons. for sometime and some occasion people use pancake lens with mirrorless camera for point and shoot department. it should be really thin to be able to keep camera in pocket more comfort. that's why only sensible lens factory trying to produce compact lenses.