Bower 14mm f/2.8 Super-Wide Angle, Manual Focus Lens for Canon EOS Digital SLR Cameras

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About Bower 14mm F/2.8

The Bower 14mm Aspherical Wide Angle Lens is an excellent addition to any photographer's collection. It allows users the ability to expand their creativity and capture incredible scenes from a truly unique perspective. This manual focus lens, when used with cameras with an APS-C image sensor, creates images with an expanded perspective, including images with a creatively deformed outlook and a sharp pan focus that extends throughout the entire frame.

Optical construction is based on 14 elements in 12 groups. 2 ED low dispersion lenses, one hybrid aspherical element and one glass aspherical element combine to minimize distortion and chromatic aberrations. Advanced optical construction allows this lens to deliver razor sharp images even in corners.

The 14mm f/2.8 works perfectly even with latest high resolution full frame sensors. The lens is optically corrected, which is especially useful in architecture and landscape photography and the 114 deg. angle of view allows the user to create extremely unique and interesting pictures.

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Bower 14mm F/2.8 Features

  • Two ED lenses; one hybrid aspherical and one glass aspherical
  • High quality anti-reflecting layers

Bower 14mm F/2.8 Specifications

Focal Length
Angle of View (Full-frame)
114 deg.
Angle of View (APS-C)
92.5 deg.
Maximum Aperture
Minimum Aperture
Lens Construction
14 elements/12 groups
Number of Diaphragm Blades
Minimum Focus

Bower 14mm F/2.8 Reviews

Reviewed by 3 customers


Great manual wide angle


from Des Moines, Iowa  -  Photo Enthusiast

Great value and optical quality. Capable of taking incredibly sharp images or providing a huge depth of field. The focus ring is very smooth. It's a great lens for landscapes and night sky shots. Metering and focus confirmation work just fine on a 7100 with the non-cpu lens data set to 15mm. I do have three complaints, but all three are pretty minor and I understood the first two before purchasing it. First, you can't use filters on it. Second, the mounting alignment dot is on the back of the lens not the side, so it takes a bit of fidgeting to get it attached. Last, the focus stops just past infinity, which is unfortunate for sky photography; this isn't a huge issue, it just takes a bit more care to get shots right.


Excellent astrophotography lens


from North Georgia  -  Semi-pro Photographer

I have only used it for wide-field astrophotography, and it is a very good lens for that purpose. I have been able to get very good images in the f/2.8 to f/4 range. I start at infinity focus and usually have to make only slight adjustments from there. The edge distortion is normal for a lens like this, but it can be easily corrected in post. I imagine it would be a very good real estate or landscape lens as well. It simply can't be beat for the price.


Wide And Sharp = Great


from Salinas, ca  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Wide And Sharp = Great


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Tomoo2 T  Would the [Bower 14mm f/2.8 Super-Wide Angle Lens for Canon EOS] do anythng on my EOS 50D like focus confirmation? Would an apeture ring have to be set? Would the camera to Ap Priority?
MICHAEL H  no focus confirmation, you'll have to add an AF confirmation chip (check POTN forum for some DIY) and you'll have to manually rotate and set the aperture ring. camera can still shoot photos in Av mode and automatically control shutter speed and ISO, but again, you control the aperture by rotating the ring. since users have to manually control the aperture, I use Tv mode to gain control of shutter speed, and let camera decide ISO
Maurice R  can i use this lens for Canon 5D Mark II?
BRIAN S  yes any EOS camera system
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