Cambo ACTUS-G 15 & 19 For GFX


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Cambo is celebrating 75 years of designing and manufacturing dedicated photographic equipment. It has been proven to be a succesful formula in this constantly developing market. Adapting new technology while still honoring the traditional photographic rules has been Cambo’s success over 75 years now.

On our website we feature an overview of 75 years of Cambo’s passion to create new products.  We invite you to take a look.

Two Wide Angle kits, based on the Actus-G are now available as attractive promotion.
Both kits feature a ready-to-use set, including dedicated lens and camera bayonet.

ACTUS-G-15 kit consists of an Actus-G with Cambo’s NEW ACTAR-15, and a camera bayonet by choice [except for DSLR body, only Mirrorless]

The ACTAR-15 is an Ultra Wide Angle Lens, dedicated to the Cambo Actus system in combination with a dslr or mirrorless camera, mounted to the Actus. This lens is permanently attached to an Actus lens panel and has a focal length of 15mm. This makes it an ideal companion for interior, landscape and architectural photographers. With a relatively light weight and a modest size it is easy to carry with you to location shootings.

The ACTAR-15 is a lens with almost no geometrical distortion. As the image circle is over 65mm, there is an optically allowed horizontal shift possible of 15mm each side when using a full frame (24×36) sensor in landscape mode, and 12mm in portrait mode. Use of the ACTAR-15 on the Actus with Fujifilm GFX 50/100 series is possible up to 6 mm of shift.

The optical design of this lens is a 17 element in 11 groups. The aperture range is from f/4,5 to f/22 in half stop increments. Please note that the aperture is manual and there are no electronical connections available nor needed.

ACTUS-G-19 kit consists of an Actus-G with Cambo’s NEW ACTAR-19, and a camera bayonet by choice [except for Nikon DSLR body]
The promotion discount is 15% on the advised enduser pricing and is valid all year of 2021.

The ACTAR-19 is an Ultra Wide Angle Lens, dedicated to the Cambo Actus system in combination with a dslr or mirrorless camera, mounted to the Actus. This lens is permanently attached to an Actus lens panel and has a focal length of 19mm. This makes it an ideal companion for interior, landscape and architectural photographers. With a relatively light weight and a modest size it is easy to carry with you to location shootings.

The ACTAR-19 is a lens with almost no geometrical distortion. As the image circle is over 71mm, there is an optically allowed horizontal shift possible of 15mm each side when using a full frame (24×36) sensor in landscape mode, and 18mm in portrait mode. Use of the ACTAR-19 on the Actus with Fujifilm GFX 50/100 series is possible with at least 9mm of shift.

Also, when using a digital back with sensor activated electronic shutter on the Actus-DB or XL, the image circle will cover the sensor of 54×41 mm size.

The optical design of this lens is a 17 element in 13 groups, including elements with Nano Crystal Coat. The aperture range is from f/4 to f/32 in half stop increments. Please note that the aperture is manual and there are no electronical connections available nor needed.

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