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Samyang 35mm f/1.4 AS UMC

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Only available in Canon EF, Nikon F-AE and Sony NEX mount in our stores.

 

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The Samyang 35mm f/1.4 AS UMC has been designed to work with reflex cameras of most well-known brands, equipped with full-frame or APS-C sensors. Optical construction of the lens is based on 12 elements arranged in 10 groups. The lens comprises of one aspherical lens element and two elements made of glass with a high refraction factor. High-quality multi-layered anti-reflection coatings ensure high contrast and accurate colour reproduction. This product is also fitted with the system of gliding lenses to maintain high image quality at the minimum focusing distance. 

 

When attached to a full-frame camera, this lens becomes w bright, wide-angle lens ideal for landscape photography. The same product fitted on the APS-C camera turns into a 50mm lens providing wide range of applications. In the Four Thirds system, Samyang 35mm can be freely used as a portrait photography lens with the focal length equal to 70mm.

 

Specifications:

Parameters Value
Focal Length 35 mm
Maximum Aperture 1.4
Angle of View 63.1
Minimum Focusing Distance 0.3 m
Minimum Aperture 22
Number of Aperture Blades 6
Focus Adjustment Manual
Optical Construction 12 lens elements, 10 groups, 1 ASP, 2 HR
Available Mounts Canon EF, Four Thirds, Nikon F, Pentax, Samsung NX, Sony E and Sony A
Dimensions (for Canon EF) 111.5 x 83 mm
Weight (for Canon EF) 712 g

 

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