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The Vivitar 800mm f/8 Mirror Lens is an excellent addition to your camera gear. It opens up powerful opportunities without comprom...ising quality. Using an advanced reflex design, our lens is a fraction of the size and weight of a traditional 800mm. It focuses as close as 11 Feet, with a fixed aperture of f/8. The Super Spectra Coatings assure virtually flare free photographs even under adverse lighting conditions. A simple T-mount adapter makes this lens work with both film and digital SLR cameras. Specifications:?Filter Size: Rear-mounted screw-in 30.5mm ?Minimum Focus Distance: 3.5ft?Angle of View: 3.5 degrees?Groups/Elements: 14/18?Lens Coating: Multicoated?Length: 18.1??Weight: 9.9 lbs?Five Year Warranty Read More

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Ever take a picture and couldn't fit the whole family in the picture? Wonder how professional photographers get an entire sports a...rena in a picture? Well not any more! Create beautiful images with this .45x Wide angle Lens for digital cameras and camcorders. The .45 lens will widen the image area view twice as much, giving you the opportunity to create great images without moving away from your subject. The wide angle lens widens the angle of view by multiplying the focal length of the camera lens by .45 times. This doubles the angle of view making it an excellent lens for group shots or architecture. Improve the image composition of scenic views, and interior shots, especially when movement is restricted. The lens is supplied with a macro attachment that will allow for unsurpassed close up photography. This Professional .45 wide angle lens features all glass optics that is coated to reduce reflections and flare. These elements are housed in an all-titanium barrel that will stand up to years of use. Features: All glass - multicoated optics .45 wide angle lens converter Professional grade wide angle lens providing breathtaking scenic and group shots, increasing the versatility of your existing lens Designed to maximize use of day and night with coated optics that provide maximum image transmission with minimum distortion. Macro attachment for close up photography Maintains all the camera functions The lens attaches easily and directly to any camera or camcorder with a 37mm filter threading. An appropriate stepping ring will allow it to work with cameras having other size threads. Specifications: Optical System: - All glass Multi-coated .45 wide angle Conversion lens for 37mm threading - Fully automatic, high speed lens compatible with day or night Vision, and Infrared utilizing the camera auto focusing system - The Macro mode is accomplished by unscrewing the front lens assembly and using the section labeled Macro with your existing camera lens. Mounting System: Lens threading screws directly into accessory threads in front of existing camera lens Warranty: 10 year manufacturer's warranty Made in Japan Read More

$177.99 $349.99 at Buydig

The Vivitar 800mm f/8 Mirror Lens is an excellent addition to your camera gear. It opens up powerful opportunities without comprom...ising quality. Using an advanced reflex design, our lens is a fraction of the size and weight of a traditional 800mm. It focuses as close as 11 Feet, with a fixed aperture of f/8. The Super Spectra Coatings assure virtually flare free photographs even under adverse lighting conditions. A simple T-mount adapter makes this lens work with both film and digital SLR cameras. Specifications: ?Filter Size: Rear-mounted screw-in 30.5mm ?Minimum Focus Distance: 3.5ft ?Angle of View: 3.5 degrees ?Groups/Elements: 14/18 ?Lens Coating: Multicoated ?Length: 18.1? ?Weight: 9.9 lbs ?Five Year Warranty Read More

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If there is only one accessory you will purchase for the lens of your camera or camcorder, this should be the one. A UV filter ser...ves to protect your lens from all dust, dirt, scratches and fingerprints. It also absorbs the Ultraviolet rays of the sun thereby reducing or eliminating distortion. Digital Concepts filters are manufactured from the finest solid optical glass, and are heat treated and multi-coated to ensure optimum picture quality. 10 year limited Warranty included. More Product Information for the Vivitar 95mm Multicoated UV Protective Filter Vivitar Filters are manufactured from high-quality solid optical materials. Each individual filter is heat-treated to avoid any rare movement or distortion. Our UV filters remove and absorb ultra violet rays, giving sharper contrast to your digital images. Our Ultra Violet filters minimize the bluish cast sometimes found under daylight conditions. These filters will render your photos clearer, sharper and with more contrast. For those who enjoy outdoor photography, especially distant vistas, a UV filter can produce a more distinct image by removing much of the color aberration normally associated with atmospheric haze. They are also the best available protection against accidental damage to the front element of your lens. If you accidentally drop your lens, you will be protected against nicks and scratches. As a lens protector, it should be left on at all times. Specifications General Information ManufacturerSakar International, Inc Manufacturer Part NumberVIV-UV-95 Manufacturer Website Address Brand NameVivitar Product NameUltraviolet Filter Product TypeFilter Technical Information Filter TypeUltraviolet Filter Attachment Diameter95 mm Physical Characteristics MaterialGlass Miscellaneous Application/UsageCamera Warranty Limited Warranty1 Year Read More

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Lens filters are translucent pieces of glass placed in front of a camera lens to alter or adjust the light entering the camera and... more importantly to protect the camera lens. Lens filters improve photographs by giving photographers control over light and allowing them to emphasize the features of a scene that they consider most important. This filter kit is a combination of the three essential filters no photographer should be without. UVFilm and a digital CCD are more sensitive to UV light than our eyes are. This often shows up in images shot from high altitudes and long distances especially over water. This filter will remove the UV light and more importantly protect your lens from moisture, scratches, and damage. Polarizerprovides color and contrast enhancement. Reflected light often shows up as a whitish glare that washes out color in an image. A polarizing filter will correct this problem creating deep blue skies. It also removes glare from non-metallic surfaces such as windows and water. FLDprovides color correction when shooting under fluorescent lighting. It will remove the greenish tint from the image, providing pleasing skin tones and true to life color renditions. Storage Case compact protective carrying case for transporting and storing your set of filters when not in use. Read More

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Protect your camera and lens and take smear free photos. The Professional Blower produces a strong burst of air and is the perfect... tool for removing dust or dirt particles from delicate electronics. Essential for cameras and optics, it is also ideal for maintaining computer, audio and other electronic equipment. Its slim, tapered nozzle directs air where you want it and is easier to control and safer than compressed air. Read More

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Digital Gray Card Set Premium white balance card set and lanyard Works with any digital camera Perfect for both RAW and JPEG files... Can be used in pre- or post-production Premium lanyard with detachable clip Why use a Gray Card Set? "Real Color", as we humans see it, is the light that is reflected from an object. There are sources of light: such as the sun, the moon, artificial lighting, a camera flash, etc. This light strikes an object and it is reflected back to our eyes, which record it and pass it on to the brain, which interprets it for us. An apple looks red, or green, or yellow, because the chemicals in the skin of the apple reflect back these wavelengths. But the "true color" of an object changes as the subtle color tone of the light that shines upon it changes. For example: We see a piece of white paper in an office that is illuminated with florescent lighting. The paper looks white to us. We take the paper outside into the bright sun, it still looks white. We take the paper home with us and look at it under the tungsten lights that illuminate our house; it's white. We take it into the shade and it still looks white to us. It's not really pure white in each of these situations. Our brain knows that this paper should be white so it does some fancy interpolating for us. In reality, the paper in the office probably had a bluish hue to it, as it did in the shade too, and it had a reddish hue in our home, and was maybe slightly yellow in the sun. Our eyes simply adjust and send the right "white balance" to our brains. Cameras do not have the wonderful flexibility of the human brain. Although there is some great technology out there to make these machines produce the color that we SHOULD be seeing, by correcting the WHITE BALANCE of an image as the image is captured or processed, most of them are not 100% perfect all of the time. There will be times when an image has a COLOR CAST to it, maybe a slight magenta, a bit too red, or perhaps yellow. The goal of color balancing is to make the colors "right." We want white to actually look white and for gray to look gray since then in all likelihood the skin tones of the people in the photo will be corrected and look normal and pleasing to us as well. COLOR AND THE COMPUTER WORLD When computers render color, so that we can see color on a monitor or print it out on paper, they need to do so in a mathematical format. There are all sorts of complexities that enter into the display or printing of color but the standard that home computers rely upon most is going to be RGB color. With this system there are three primary colors, RED GREEN BLUE. Colors displayed on a monitor are a composite of these three, with each color have a value of RED, GREEN, BLUE between 1 and 255. Pure Black is 0-0-0. Pure white would be 255-255-255. Every other color, all 16,581,375 of them, are a composite of the three primary colors. Whenever there is an equal mixture of RED, GREEN, and BLUE we get GRAY (or NEUTRAL) TONES DIGITAL PHOTO COLOR CORRECTION When we take a digital image, the camera makes it's best guess regarding the "Color Temperature" of the light source and the camera firmware adjusts the color accordingly. Sometimes the result can be very good, other times it is way off. It depends on the camera, the way you have it set, the degree to which the light is made up of mixed light sources, and a lot of other things. Fortunately we have wonderful software that can fix these problems for us and give us a great range of creative options as well. Getting the proper color balance of an image is probably the most basic step in image editing. But there can be tremendous confusion among digital camera users about how to get a good result. Some software, such as Adobe Photoshop, appears absolutely alien to beginners. It takes a long time, some dedicated study, and lots of experience to really master Photoshop. But the most essential tasks, color balancing and tone control, are really pretty easy in Photoshop and m Read More

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An easy to use and affordable 2.1 Megapixel digital camera. Very compact and lightweight, perfect for all occasions.  Takes over 1...00 photos, has a 1.5-inch preview screen, and shoots video clips.  Includes camera, USB connector, Vivitar Experience Software, Quick start guide, wearable wriststrap, and 1 year warranty. Read More

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