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Cosina Camera Lenses

Cosina is a Japanese brand that creates camera lenses , offering telephoto/zoom capabilities, and are compatible with various camera brands including Sony, Nikon, and Canon DSLR cameras. These lenses are available in an extensive range of sizes, and can be fitted to your existing compatible camera to give fantastic, high quality, long distance photographs.

Choosing your Cosina camera lenses

Available in 50mm, 35mm, 200mm, 19-35mm, and 100-400mm lenses, Cosina camera lenses are high quality products giving your camera a wide-angle lens for excellent zoom when taking long distance photographs.

Cosina lenses for Canon cameras are found at the higher end of the price spectrum, and sizes vary from 19-35mm and 100-400mm. These autofocus lenses are high quality optics, and fit Canon film and Canon digital SLR cameras .

Cosina lenses for Nikon cameras can be found in varying sizes, including 35mm, 100-400mm, and 58mm. These items are at the very high end of the price range, and are aimed at professional photographers wishing to add a wide-angle lens to their kit. These lenses are for use with digital SLR Nikon cameras .

Cosina lenses for Pentax cameras are mid-priced, and are available in varying sizes including 50mm and 135mm. These wide-angle optics give crisp clarity to long distance photography, and come in either autofocus or classic manual focus versions, depending on your specific requirements.

Cosina lenses for Sony cameras come in at the low to mid-end of the price spectrum, and are suitable for both autofocus and manual focus cameras. Sizes vary for this product, including 19-35mm and 100-400mm. As with all Cosina lenses, high quality multicoated optics come as standard, and these make an excellent wide-angle lens to add to your Sony camera kit.

Cosina camera lenses are also compatible with Minolta cameras, and with all lenses, you should check compatibility and user requirements before purchasing.

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