A new-generation Star-series lens, perfected in pursuit of the ultimate in image quality
This standard zoom lens is a member of the new-generation Star (★) series, designed to provide the greatly improved resolving power that will be demanded by tomorrow’s super-high-performance cameras. It delivers high-contrast, high-resolution images across the image field, even at open aperture, while producing a smooth, natural bokeh (defocus) effect to assure true-to-life image renditions. The incorporation of a high-performance PLM (Pulse Motor) provides much improved autofocus performance in both speed and precision. Despite the large maximum aperture of F2.8, this standard zoom lens assures outstanding maneuverability and portability — the most distinguished features of lenses exclusively designed for use with APS-C-format digital cameras — to accommodate all types of applications, from scenic and nature photography to snap-shooting and portraiture.
Conditions of RICOH IMAGING NORTH AMERICA Warranty – REFURBISHED Products
Save money on authentic Ricoh and Pentax products with special deals on Refurbished DSLR cameras, lenses, accessories, and sport optics (“Refurbished Products”). When you buy Refurbished Products directly from Ricoh, you can rest easy that your certified Refurbished Products have been thoroughly tested and faithfully restored to original factory specifications with genuine Ricoh or Pentax parts. Ricoh and Pentax Refurbished Products also come with a ninety (90) day limited warranty with the same coverage provided under the original manufacturer’s warranty, just for ninety (90) days. Note that Refurbished Products may occasionally show cosmetic wear and will contain all original accessories (unless specifically enumerated in the item description) and are an excellent value!
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Geometric optics MTF (MTF calculated without referencing the effects of light diffraction phenomenon)
Wave optical MTF (MTF calculated referencing the effects of light diffraction phenomenon)