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The Kraken Sports KRL-01 is an ultrawide wet lens for underwater photography. The optical glass lens was crafted with 6 elements in 5 groups and includes a multi-layer BBAR coating for anti reflection and improved optical clarity.
It was designed to work with a variety of cameras and provide high end optics. The lens is designed to work with cameras at a 24mm focal length and features full zoom through capability, meaning older cameras with 28mm focal length will also work great.
In addition this lens is compatible with sensor sizes including micro 4/3, APS-C and even full frame, making it a great choice for pretty much all mirrorless systems.
It features 67mm threads to fit on most common ports and housings.
You can zoom your camera lens all the way while using this lens, which needs higher quality glass, and it the reason the lens is more expensive. For a less expensive option, visit the KRL-02 wet wide-angle lens page
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