Probe lense a unique design incorporates a 19” long by 1.3” diameter ,available in 35mm film and Video/16mm versions , can shoot objects with extreme depth of field.

Published on Jul 12 2012 // Camera / Lenses, Cinematography

” Close up shots with Probe lens “


  • Probe lens , its a 19” long by 1.3” diameter  designed  lens,   which we can move further inside or closer along-side a product than with conventional lenses and can shoot over, under, around & through objects with extreme depth of field.
  • Probe lens also available in 35mm film and Video/16mm versions, both provide interchangeable front objectives in a variety of focal lengths and its interchangeable lens mounts offer simple adaptation to most professional cameras.
  • The TV/16 Probe lens features interchangeable front lenses for different focal lengths and its interchangeable lens mount system for compatibility with most popular 1/2″, 2/3″ Video and 16mm film cameras.
  • The 35mm Probe-T16 lens also covers Super-16, provides interchangeable front lenses in : 10mm, 14mm, 16mm, 24mm, 32mm, 50mm, 75mm, & 100mm focal lengths . Interchangeable lens mount system for compatibility with most popular 35mm film cameras.
  • Glass Elements and relay optics have been computer designed to produce excellent resolution, edge-to-edge sharpness, flat field, and extreme depth of field. State-of-the-art glass elements minimize distortion and flare.


  • Speed: Video/16mm-from T8, 35mm-from T16
  • Barrel Diameter: 1.3″ (33mm)
  • Length: 19″ (48cm)
  • Weight: 1.5 lbs. (0.7kg)
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  1. Anonymous says:

    please add a demo shot of the particular lens… more easy to understand the feature of the above product..thanks

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    • Ronald says:

      There are a few exceptions.The kit lesens that came with the N60s etc were budget G series lesens and lacked an inbuilt focus motor, used on a budget nikon DSLR (that is the D5000 or D3000) that also lacks a focus motor, and you are left with no option other than to manual focus if you wish to carry the inexpensive G lesens over to digital.The N60s etc will accept any nikon F mount lens, except where old pre-Ai lesens with bunny ears’ will foul the aperture sensing ring.Depending on the lens you may need to focus manually or stop down meter.I would opt for an n65 (gains depth of field preview) or n80 with a 50mm f1.8 AF lens, a budget compact set up capable of high quality results and which will assist your learning of apertures and depth of field.

  3. Samir says:

    Vivitar has not made lenses for a long time. If the lens has an Olympus mount, you can try them, but the 4/3rds fomrat is so new, not too many artists have explored it much mainly because artists stay away from digital media and tend to use black and white film.Here is a good resource for exploring the new 4/3rds fomatIf the lens is local (camera store or craigslist) take your camera with you and test it with that lens. If you found it on eBay, I would suggest you pass.

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