More information on Vivitar digital cameras and lenses
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Tokina lenses for use with digital SLR cameras
Most Vivitar lenses are built with corresponding mounts to make them compatible with many popular camera bodies, including Canon, Minolta, Nikon and Pentax, denoted with  ca, mi, ni and pe in the "Notes" column.

The information in the Optical data section applies to the use of the lens with regular 35mm SLR cameras. For digital SLR cameras the View Angle and the 35mm Focal Length equivalent can be found with the help of this calculator  

In the Digital data section you will find the Focal Length column marked with 0 as the focal length on digital cameras is dependent on the size of the image sensor and thus differs per cameras type.
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Optical dataPhysical dataDigital dataPrice
Click the lens description for detailsClick forLensView angleApertureFocusMacroFilterDimensionsWeightColorFocalNotes
 best deal[el/gr][degrees]min.[f]min. [m]ratio[mm][mm][gr] length
Wide angle zoom lenses
Vivitar Series 1 19-35 mm1502235.000.08770.0x0.00B0 - 0ca mi ni pe
Telephoto zoom lenses
Vivitar Series 1 28-210 mm18015/1375.5 - 11220.500.156772.0x99.0395B?S0 - 0ca mi ni pe
Vivitar Series 1 28-300 mm??16300.000.18770.0x0.00B/S0 - 0ca mi ni
Vivitar 100-300 mm125320.253.00550.0x0.000 - 0ca mi ni
Vivitar Series 1 100-400 mm22512/924 - 6.4221.001.406774.2x162.0740B/W0 - 0ca mi ni
Macro lenses
Vivitar 100 mm Macro1205/425223.501.004974.2x70.5270B0ca mi ni pe
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Click the lens description for detailsbest dealLensView angleApertureFocus MacroFilterDimensionsWeightColorFocalNotes
 Optical dataPhysical dataDigital dataPrice

As the perceived focal length and the angle of view varies for digital cameras, the zoom lens classification is (arbitrary) done based on the mid-point of the 35mm focus specifications of the lens, i.e. wide angle lenses below 45, standard lenses from 45 to 90, and telephoto lenses above 90.

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