Pentax D FA 24-70mm f/2.8 ED WR Lens
Stock due mid August 2021. Order now to avoid disappointment,
A high-performance, interchangeable standard zoom lens for use with PENTAX K-mount digital SLR cameras, providing exceptional imaging power and a large F2.8 maximum aperture
When mounted on a 35mm-format full-frame digital SLR camera body, this large-aperture standard zoom lens covers a focal-length range from 24mm ultra-wide-angle to 70mm standard,*1 and provides a maximum aperture of F2.8 over the entire zoom range.
1 : When mounted on a PENTAX K-mount SLR camera body, this zoom lens covers a range from approximately 37mm to 107mm.
Note: This lens is compatible with the cameras below and with Kaf2 mount cameras introduced since the K-3II.
K-S2/ K-S1/ K-3/ K-50/ K-5II/ K-5IIs/ K-30/ K-01/ K-5/ K-r/ K-7/ k-x/ K-m/ K20D/ K200D/ K10D FW Ver.1.30/ K100D Super
Digital SLRs only, SDM, Weather-resistant, Quick-Shift Focus, SP Coating, Aspherical Lens (AL), HD Coating, Round Iris Diaphragm, ED (Extra-low Dispersion) Glass
- 24mm Ultra-Wide-angle
- Bright lens: constant F2.8 aperture
- HD Coating to optimize light transmittance and minimize reflection
- Weather Resistant construction against humidity and dust
- Quiet and fast Supersonic Direct-drive Motor (SDM) to capture subjects in motion
- Rounded aperture to offer beautiful Bokeh effect
- Quick-shift Focus System to instantly change the AF mode to MF by twisting the focus ring
Exceptional imaging power
Consisting of 17 elements in 12 groups, the newly designed optics feature three ED (Extra-low Dispersion) optical elements, one anomalous-dispersion-glass aspherical optical element and three aspherical optical elements to accommodate super-high-resolution image sensors. By assuring sufficient light levels even at the edges of the image field and compensating various aberrations to a minimum, it provides a high MTF (Modulation Transfer Function) and delivers well-illustrated, fine-detailed images that are rich in contrast and resolution across the entire image field. When mounted on a current PENTAX K-series camera body, it uses only the central area of the image circle so that it delivers high-resolution images with uniform image description over the entire image field.