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Canon EF-M 22mm lens

The Canon EF-m 22mm f / 2 STM is an interchangeable wide-angle lens was announced by Canon on July 23, 2012. It was not available from Canon USA until 27 August 2015, however it was available as part of a kit with the EOS m in 2012. As a pancake ...

Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 17mm f/1.8

M. Zuiko digital 17 mm f / 1.8 main lens from Olympus Corporation, for the micro Four thirds system. Originally introduced in 2012, a lens with a silent movie and still compatible focusing motor. Lens, as other lenses Olympus, can switch from aut ...

Zeiss Touit Planar T* 1.8/32mm

Model Zeiss Touit planar T* 1.8 / 32 mm is the normal lens for Fujifilm x and Sony E mount, Zeiss announced on 18 September 2012. Along with the Zeiss Touit 2.8 / 12 is one of the first two pure Zeiss branded models autofocus with motor-assisted ...

Canon EF 200–400mm lens

The EF 200-400 mm f /4L USM extender 1.4× EF mount is a super telephoto zoom lens produced by Canon. It is part of the professional L-series and functions in the Canon EOS line of cameras. The EF 200-400 mm features ultrasonic motor, image stabil ...

Nikon AF-S DX Nikkor 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR

AF-s DX Nikkor 18-140mm f / 3.5-5.6 g ED VR is a superzoom lens manufactured by Nikon, introduced in August 2013 for use on Nikon DX format digital SLR cameras. The lens includes vibration reduction to counteract camera shake. It uses extra low d ...

Canon EF-M 11–22mm lens

The Canon EF-M 11-22mm f / 4-5.6 is STM is a wide angle lens system Canon EOS M mirrorless cameras. Was announced by Canon Inc. 6 Jun 2013. This lens was long not available from Canon USA, but already in 2015.

Sigma 35 mm f/1.4 DG HSM lens

Sigma 35 mm f /1.4 HSM art is a wide-angle lens, manufactured by the company "Sigma". The lens was announced in 2012 exhibition of Photokina. The lens is produced in Canon EF mount, Nikon f-mount, Pentax K mount, Sigma sa mount, and Sony / Minolt ...

Canon EF-M 55-200mm lens

The Canon EF-M 55-200mm f / 4.5-6.3 is STM telezoom lens replacement for Canon EOS M system mirrorless camera. Was announced by Canon on 17 June 2014. This lens was not originally available from Canon USA, but became available in the U.S. market ...

DSC-QX10

Sony cyber-shot DSC-QX10 is an ultra-compact mobile device is mounted on the lens-type compact camera made by Sony. Announced September 3, 2014, the QX10 is one of Sonys "smart lens" cameras, along with technical qx1, QX30, and QX100, which are d ...

Nikon AF-S DX Zoom-Nikkor 18-300mm f/3.5-6.3G ED VR

18-300mm f /3.5-6.3 g lens telephoto lens superzoom Nikon production for its line of cameras with a DX DSLR. Like other lenses DX format, smaller image circle makes it compatible only with APS-C size image sensors. If used on a 35mm film SLR, vig ...

Sony DSC-QX30

Sony cyber-shot DSC-QX30 is ultrazoom, mobile devices-installation, lens-type compact camera made by Sony. Announced September 3, 2014, the QX30 is one of Sonys "smart lens" cameras, along with technical qx1, QX10 and QX100, which are designed to ...

Canon EF-M 15–45mm lens

The Canon EF-M 15-45mm f / 3.5-6.3 is STM is an interchangeable zoom lens covering field of view wide-angle to short telephoto, for Canon EF-M system Canon ink. mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera. Was announced by Canon on October 13, 2015, t ...

Zeiss Batis Distagon T* 25mm F2

Batis Zeiss Distagon T* 2 / 25-mm full-frame wide angle Prime lens for Sony E-mount, Zeiss announced on 22 April 2015. Although designed for Sony full frame E-mount camera, the lens can be used on Sony APS-C mount lenses E. the camera with a full ...

Zeiss Loxia Distagon T* 2.8/21mm

The ZEISS Loxia lens Distagon T* 2 / 21mm is a wide angle full frame manual focus lens for Sony E-mount, Zeiss announced on 12 October 2015. Although designed for Sony full frame E-mount camera, the lens can be used on Sony APS-C mount lenses E. ...

Donnington Castle

Donnington castle is a ruined medieval castle located in the small village of Donnington, just North of Newbury in the English County of Berkshire. It was founded by sir Richard Abberbury the elder in 1386 and was bought by Thomas Chaucer before ...

Longthorpe Tower

Longthorpe Tower is located in the village of Longthorpe, in a residential area of Peterborough in the UK, approximately two miles 3 km West of the city centre. In the early 14th century, Robert Thorpe built the tower as a complement to an existi ...

The Hurlers (stone circles)

The hurlers is a group of three stone circles in the parish of Saint Cleer, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The site is about half a mile West of the village of minions on the Eastern flank of Bodmin moor, and approximately four miles North of ...

Penhallam

Penhallam place fortified manor near Jacobstow in Cornwall, England. There were probably early 11th century ringwork castle on the site built by Tryold or his son, Richard Fitz Turold in the years after the Norman invasion in 1066. Their descenda ...

St Catherines Castle

The castle of Saint-Katrins is a Henrician castle in Cornwall, built by Thomas Treffry sometime between 1538 and 1540, in response to concerns about the invasion of England, France and the Holy Roman Empire. A D-shaped stone fortification, with f ...

St Breock Downs Monolith

St Breock Monolith downs is the largest and heaviest prehistoric standing stone in Cornwall, England. He stands on top of St. Breock downs.

Ambleside Roman Fort

Ambleside Roman Fort is the modern name given to the remains of the Fort of the Roman province of Britain. The ruins were pre-defined as those either halawa or Clanoventa mentioned in the Antonine itinerary. Dating to the 1st or 2nd century ad, i ...

Hardknott Roman Fort

Hardknott Roman Fort is an archaeological site, the remains of the Roman Fort Mediobogdum located on the Western side of the Hardknott Pass in the English County of Cumbria.

Penrith Castle

Penrith Castle. this is a now-ruined medieval castle, located in Penrith, North West England, a few miles to the East of the National Park lake district.

Bolsover Castle

Bolsover castle in the city of new Cavendish, on the North-East of the English County of Derbyshire. Built in the early 17th century, this castle lies on the earthworks and ruins of a 12th century medieval castle, the first structure of the curre ...

Bolsover Cundy House

Cundy and the new Cavendish building is located in a recently restored 17th-century building pipeline, which was used to supply water to the nearby Bolsover castle. It is located near Houfton road in new Cavendish. In the middle of the building i ...

Gib Hill

Gib Hill is a large mound in the Peak district, Derbyshire, England. It is believed that Neolithic oval barrow with an early bronze age round barrow superimposed at one end. It is located approximately 300 metres South-West of arbor low henge.

Bayards Cove Fort

Cove Fort Bayards, also known historically as Berescove or Bearscore castle, English 16th century artillery blockhouse built to protect the entrance to the harbour at Dartmouth in Devon. Built in the beginning of the century, it was eleven gun po ...

Blackbury Camp

Blackbury camp is an iron age hillfort is situated in Southleigh, Devon, England. The shafts are still relatively high, showing an unusual entrance feature. The Fort occupies the end of a large ridge at some 185 metres above sea level. It was def ...

Kirkham House

Kirkham house is a late medieval stone house in Paignton, Devon, England. It is believed that in the 14th or 15th century. The house was designated a grade II* listed building on 13 March 1951.

Christchurch Castle

The castle of Christchurch is located in Christchurch, Dorset, England. The earliest masonry has been dated to 1160. This Norman Motte and Bailey castle. The fortress is inside the old Saxon burh dominating the river Avons low crossing. We have a ...

Fiddleford Manor

Fiddleford Manor is a medieval manor house located near Sturminster Newton, Dorset. It is believed, was built around 1370 for William Latimer, Sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, after the estate passed to him in 1355. The house is now owned by Engli ...

Kingston Russell Stone Circle

Kingston Russell stone circle, also known as Gorwell circle, stone circle, located between the villages of Abbotsbury Littlebredy and in the southwestern English County of Dorset. Archaeologists believe that it was probably erected in the Bronze ...

Mortons House Hotel, Corfe Castle

The mortons House hotel in Corfe castle in Dorset, is a building of historical importance and is grade II* listed in the national heritage list for England. It was built in 1590 and was the home of several noble families over the next four centur ...

St Catherines Chapel, Abbotsbury

St. Catherines chapel is a small chapel located on a hill above the village on the coast in Dorset, England. It is dedicated to Saint Catherine. Now in the guardianship of English heritage and grade I listed since January 1956. The chapel is best ...

Bowes Castle

Bowes castle is a medieval castle in the village of Bowes in County Durham, England. Built on the site of the former Roman Fort of Lavatrae, on the Roman road, now the A66 early timber castle was replaced by a more substantial stone structure bet ...

Concangis

Concangis was an auxiliary Castra in the Roman province of lower Britain. Its ruins are located in Chester-Le-street, County Durham, England, and is now known as Chester-Le-street Roman Fort. It is located 6 miles North of Durham city and 8 miles ...

Derwentcote Steel Furnace

Derwentcote steel furnace, Rowlands Gill, near Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England, built in 1720, is an example of an early cementation furnace which produced high grade steel. It was restored in 1990 by English heritage.

Hadleigh Castle

Castle Hadley in a ruined fortification in the English County of Essex overlooks the Thames estuary to the South of the town of Hadley. Reason after 1215 during the reign of Henry III by Hubert de Burgh, the castle was surrounded by parkland and ...

Belas Knap

Belas knap is a Neolithic, Chuck long, located on the mound of Cleve hill, near Cheltenham and winchcombe, Gloucestershire, England. This scheduled ancient monument in the care of English heritage but managed by Gloucestershire Council. "Belas", ...

Great Witcombe Roman Villa

Great orga Roman Villa was a Villa built during the Roman occupation of Britain. It is located on a hillside in the Great orga, near Gloucester in the English County of Gloucestershire. It was scheduled as an ancient monument.

Kingswood Abbey

Kingswood Abbey Cistercian monastery located in the village of Kingswood near Wotton-under-edge, Gloucestershire, England. The monastery was destroyed during the dissolution of the monasteries, and all that remains is the gatehouse, a grade 1 lis ...

Notgrove Long Barrow

Notgrove long barrow-a prehistoric long barrow in Gloucestershire, England. It consists of a large mound with a passage in the center and several small chambers opening it. The human remains were buried in these chambers. Hardly anyone of them is ...

Uley Long Barrow

Although usually described as a long barrow, the mound is actually a transepted gallery serious. It was probably built before 3000 BC. It measures about 37 meters 121 feet long, 34 metres 112 feet in width, and has a maximum height of 3 meters 9. ...

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