Rokinon Digital Photo 300M-E-BK

Instrukcja obsługi Rokinon Digital Photo 300M-E-BK

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  • Please read this instruction manual prior to use.
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    Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS Lens
    (Canon, Nikon, Sony α
    , FT)
    Instruction Manual
    Thank you for purchasing the Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens.
    We believe that you will have a special photographic experience with this new Reflex
    1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens.
    With an optical design optimized for mirrorless cameras such as the Canon, Nikon,
    Sony α and FT, the Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens provides good portability, a
    compact size, and an ability to produce various images from both close up and long
    distance shooting.
    The Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens is uniquely designed for Canon, Nikon,
    Sony α and FT, cameras.
    The Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens is a telephoto lens which uses a reflective
    optical system.
    You can produce very interesting photos with this feature. This telephoto lens has a
    long focal length, so it is very useful for shooting a still object from afar.
    You can adjust the focus by turning the focusing ring when using the Reflex 1:6.3
    300mm UMC CS lens, as it is a Manual Focus (MF) adjustment lens.
    The Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens does not have an additional diaphragm, so
    the brightness can be adjusted by using the ISO sensitivity and the shutter speed.
    If the shutter speed is low, a moving subject cannot be captured successfully. Adjust
    the sensitivity and exposure properly.
    The hood has a bayonet system which guarantees speedy, efficient, safe and precise
    installation, and enables you to enjoy shooting experience that is free from ghosting
    or flaring.
    Align the attachment reference point on the hood with the reference point on the lens.
    Push the hood onto the lens and turn the hood to the right until it makes a clicking
    sound.
    The diaphragm of the Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS (Canon, Nikon, Pentax K, Sony α,
    FT) lens is not compatible with the camera.
    Advantages of the Reflex
    1. A reflective system for APS-C (1:1.5x) DSLR cameras
    2. Through its premium optical design, it corrects aberrations and produces a high
    resolution and high contrast at the center of the lens as well as around its
    periphery.
    3. The lens hood and multi-coating design suppress flaring and ghost images.
    4. Corrects aberrations and produces stable images with the low dispersion lens.
    The Reflex 1:6.3 300mm UMC CS lens is uniquely designed for Canon, Nikon,
    Sony α and FT cameras. You can easily take photographs by mounting the lens
    directly onto the camera, without installing an additional adaptor.
    Read this manual carefully to familiarize yourself with your lens for correct use.
    Please read the Safety Precautions at the back of this instruction manual prior to use.
    1. Component Names 3. Focus Adjustment
    4. Brightness Control
    5. Mounting the Hood
    6. Camera Settings
    9. Troubleshooting 10. Safety Precautions
    2. Attaching and Detaching
    7. About Photography
    Mount Focusing ring Red ring
    Distance scale indicator mark Hood
    Focus scaling ring Hood locking area
    Hold the lens hood gently, and align the camera mount attachment point with the
    camera locking reference point on the lens. Next, push the lens into the camera and
    turn the lens gently until it makes a clicking sound, and the distance scale indicator
    mark is positioned on the upper part of the camera.
    Attaching
    Hold the lens hood gently, press the lens release button on the camera, and turn the
    lens in the opposite direction of the attaching direction to detach the lens.
    Detaching
    To change the focus from a subject that is far away to a subject that is close,
    turn the focusing ring to the right (∞ to 1.1 m) and focus on the clearest subject
    by using the indication signal on the camera, or through the LCD.
    To change the focus from a subject that is close to a subject that is far away,
    turn the focusing ring to the left (1.1 m to ∞) and focus on the clearest subject
    by using the indication signal on the camera, or through the LCD.
    Canon, Sony α, FT Mount
    To change the focus from a subject that is far away to a subject that is close,
    turn the focusing ring to the left (∞ to 1.1 m) and focus on the clearest subject
    by using the indication signal on the camera, or through the LCD.
    To change the focus from a subject that is close to a subject that is far away,
    turn the focusing ring to the right (1.1 m to ∞) and focus on the clearest subject
    by using the indication signal on the camera, or through the LCD.
    Nikon, Mount
    Issue Causes Corrective Action
    A lens cannot be attached to
    the camera.
    The attachment reference point on the
    lens is not aligned with the lens
    attachment reference point on the
    camera.
    Align the attachment reference point on the
    lens with the lens attachment reference point
    on the camera.
    A lens cannot be detached
    from the camera.
    Incorrect rotation direction for
    detaching the lens.
    If you turn the lens while holding the
    camera, it may cause damage to the
    lens.
    Press the lens release button on the camera,
    and gently turn the lens to the lens
    attaching/detaching reference points, in the
    direction as marked on the camera, and then
    pull the lens forward.
    Blurry images
    Incorrect focusing.
    Insufficient shutter speed or camera
    shake.
    Turn the focusing ring while checking a
    magnified image in Live View, set the focus
    until it becomes clear, and then press the
    shutter.
    Steady the camera and take a photograph at a
    shutter speed of 1/125 secs.
    Automatic focusing does not
    work properly.
    A manual focusing lens has trouble
    with automatic focusing.
    Use the focusing ring to adjust the focus.
    Dark or too bright pictures
    Inappropriate exposure
    Set the ISO sensitivity properly.
    Set the shutter speed of the camera properly.
    The camera flash is not
    functioning.
    The manual control lens may not be
    compatible, depending on the camera.
    See the camera manual.
    The camera finder indication
    or the display does not
    display.
    This lens does not have an electric
    contact signal, so there is no
    communication with the camera
    through electric signals.
    No problem with shooting
    Zooming failure
    This lens is a single lens.
    This lens cannot be mounted
    on other cameras.
    This lens is designed for its own
    mount.
    Purchase the designated lens mount.
    You want to attach our 2X or
    1.4X converter lens.
    Our converter is designed for the T
    (M42 screw) mount only. Therefore it
    cannot be used with this lens.
    Use each company's own mount converter.
    However, be aware that auto focusing is
    unavailable.
    WARNING!
    Do not wet this product or expose it to a moist environment. It may cause a
    fire or electric shock.
    CAUTION!
    Do not use this product or store it close to devices that generate heat i.e.,
    heaters, thermal regulators, stoves or stereo amplifiers.
    Do not leave the lens in conditions where drastic temperature changes can
    occur.
    Do not touch the surface of the lens by hand, and avoid making contact with
    sharp objects.
    Avoid dropping the lens.
    Do not soak the lens in water, and avoid water splashing onto the lens.
    If there are foreign bodies on the lens, use a lens cleaning kit only.
    If the lens hood is cut by the user, it may cause damage to the surface of the
    lens, as the surface of the lens may make contact with the floor.
    WARNING CAUTION
    Don't look at the sun
    through the lens. It may
    cause blindness.
    Attach the lens to the
    camera correctly and
    ensure the lens is held in place
    properly; otherwise the lens may
    not be removable, or may
    become loose and cause an
    accident.
    Don't put excessive pressure
    on the lens attached to the
    camera; otherwise it may
    cause damage to the lens or
    to the camera mount. Be sure to
    hold the lens when operating or
    moving.
    Ensure that the camera
    operates properly by
    checking the lens beforehand or by
    test shooting for important events
    such as a
    wedding
    ceremony
    and an
    overseas
    trip.
    Don't leave the lens within
    reach of babies, as it may
    cause injury to the baby if the
    lens falls or is dropped.
    Don't attempt to modify or
    alter the lens. It may lead
    to failure of the camera. Modified
    or altered lenses may not be
    repaired.
    Don't leave the lens in
    direct sunlight. It may
    cause a fire, depending on
    lenses that concentrate
    light on a close object.
    Don't look at the sun
    directly through a camera
    with a lens attached. It may
    cause damage to
    one's eyesight.
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    WARNING
    CAUTION
    If this instruction is not
    followed, it may cause death
    or severe injury to the user.
    If this instruction is not
    followed, it may cause death
    or severe injury to the user.
    The following precautions are divided into two types
    according to the level of danger.
    The following pictograms are used in the below precautions:
    Requires caution. Inside the pictogram it shows contents of precautions.
    (It shows outbreak of fire in the pictogram on the left.)
    Shows prohibition. Inside the pictogram it shows contents of prohibition.
    (It shows prohibition of dismantling in the pictogram on the left.)
    Shows instruction. Inside the pictogram it shows contents of instructions.
    (It shows instruction of precaution in the pictogram on the left.)
    Focal length
    300 mm
    Aperture range
    F6.3 Fixed
    Image sensor size
    23.3 X 15.5 mm
    Focusing range
    Optical Construction
    8 elements in 8 groups
    Filter Size
    Φ
    25.5 mm (Rear)
    Maximum Diameter
    Φ
    64.5 mm
    Mount
    Canon Nikon
    Sony
    α
    Four-
    Thirds
    Angle
    of
    Veiw
    APS-C
    5.5° 5.5° 5.5°
    Four Thirds
    4.2°
    Length
    76.1 mm 73.6 mm 75.6 mm 81.4 mm
    Weight
    270 g 260 g 260 g 285 g
    to 1.1m
    8. Specifications

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Marka Rokinon
Model Digital Photo 300M-E-BK
Produkt Soczewka
EAN 0084438761498
Język Angielski
Typ pliku PDF

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