This telephoto lens features a tapered design to avoid obstruction for shorter focal length lenses.
In 1950, Kern-Paillard introduced a new line of lenses with a unique depth of field scale, termed 'Visifocus'. The Visifocus system consisted of a curved scale, indicated by a series of orange colored dots that appeared or disappeared when the diaphragm scale was stopped up or down. The dots provided a visual reference of the depth of field for different focus settings at each f-stop.
This model features:
-High resolution geometry.
-No wasted geometry
-Physical Lens Construction. (*PHYSICALLY REAL ASPHERIC LENSES*)
-Components are logically fit for corresponding motion.
-Text is converted to Geometry to allow ease of use between file formats.
-A conservative vertices count!
-Comes with lens cap!