Panasonic adds pair of teleconverters to its L-mount lens line-up

In addition to launching the new Lumix S1H, Panasonic has also announced the latest additions to its L-mount lens roadmap in the shape of a pair of teleconverters. The 1.4x and 2x converters will work with all three of Panasonic's full-frame mirrorless cameras, the S1, the S1R  and the S1H. 

Both converters can be attached to the Lumix S PRO 70-200mm F4 O.I.S.  enabling use as a super telephoto lens with its extended zoom range up to a maximum of 400mm with full autofocus. The dust and splash-resistant designs withstand use under harsh conditions even in -10 degrees Celsius.

Both teleconverters DMW-STC14 and DMW-STC20 will also be compatible with the upcoming 70-200mm F2.8 S Series lens, which will be available later this year

Panasonic DMW-STC14

1.4x teleconverter

1.4x teleconverter


The DMW-STC14 1.4x teleconverter is constructed of seven lenses including two UHR (Ultra High Refractive Index Lens) lenses in four groups.

It will go on sale in June for £489.99.

Panasonic DMW-STC20 teleconverter

The DMW-STC20 2x teleconverter is constructed of eight lenses including two UHR (Ultra High Refractive Index Lens) lenses in four groups.n

It will go on sale in June for £579.99

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