An ultra wide angle, prime lens, the Samyang 14mm T3.1 ED AS IF UMC has been designed to work with full frame or APS-C cameras. VDSLR Samyang lenses are fitted with racks compatible with the Follow Focus system. This solution allows for effortless and accurate rotation of focus and aperture rings. The aperture ring is rotated smoothly and noiselessly. These modifications allow for extremely comfortable and effective control of focal plane and depth of field during filming.
Its optics comprise of 14 lens elements arranged in 10 groups. The model has been fitted with two ED lenses with a low dispersion factor, two aspherical lens elements, including one hybrid element and three elements with a high refraction factor. All lens elements have been covered with the highest-quality anti-reflective UMC coatings. The lens provides maximum angle of view equal to 115.7 degrees, while the minimum focusing distance is 0.28 meters. Brightness of the lens corresponds with the T-number of 3.1. To facilitate the reading on the focus and aperture scale, both these indexes are marked in a parallel position to the optical axis of the lens.
|Focal length:||14 mm|
|Angle of view:||115.7°|
|Minimum focusing distance:||0.28 m|
|Number of aperture blades:||6|
|Optical construction:||14 lens elements, 10 groups, 1 ASP, 1 Hybrid ASP, 2 ED, 3 HR|
|Dimensions||96.1 x 87 mm|
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