Kenko 400mm F/8 N II S: Compact mirror-lens super-telephoto lens

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Kenko Tokina  has introduced a compact mirror-lens super-telephoto lens Kenko 400mm F8 N II S with manual focus. The new lens is released with several types of mounts: Nikon F, Nikon Z, Canon EF, Canon EF-M, Sony E, Pentax K, MFT and Fujifilm X, and Micro Four Thirds systems via a proprietary adapter.

Main Features of Kenko 400mm F/8 N II S:

  • focal length — 400mm
  • optical scheme — 6 elements in 2 groups
  • aperture — f8 (constant)
  • minimum focusing distance of 1.15 m
  • field of view angle — 6°8′ (35 mm format)
  • maximum magnification — 0.4x
  • the installation size of the filter is 67 mm
  • dimensions: 82 x Ø74 mm (DSLR), 112 x Ø74 mm (mirrorless camera)
  • weight: ~500g (DSLR), ~545g (mirrorless camera)

Due to the design features, the Kenko 400mm F/8 N II S super-telephoto lens does not have an aperture, but only an opening that provides a constant aperture of F8. Therefore, when shooting, you only need to control the shutter speed and photosensitivity!

Estimated price 260 $

Tokina 400mm f/8 N II S || Mirror Lens. Tokina brings to the market an updated 400mm f/8 N II S mirror lens that changes the optical design and integrates a T-mount system that the company says improves performance. It will be available in eight camera mount configurations.

Examples of photos taken with a Kenko 400mm F/8 N II S lens

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