Samyang 50mm F1.4 AF FE

mount: E-mount
prod. code: IO50AF-E
EAN/UPC: data needed
makernote ID: data needed
format: Full frame
release year: 2016
status: Current
latest firmware: 2020-02-17
firmware download: Version 33
Also branded as:
  • Rokinon
  • Bower
  • Opteka
AF Drive: In Lens (USD)
focus design: internal
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
max. aperture: 1.4
min. aperture: 16
focal range(mm): 50
elements/group: 9/8
angle of view: 47°
aperture blades: 9
min. focus distance(mm): 450
filter rotate focusing: No
max. magnification: 0.15x (1/6.7)
filter diameter(mm): 67
hood: Petal-type
color: Black
length(mm): 97.7
weight(g): 585
standard accessories: Front and rear caps, hood, pouch

user review ratings
overall: 4.58
sharpness: 4.38
color: 4.50
build: 4.50
distortion: 4.75
flare control: 4.75
total: 4 reviews

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Brighten Your Sight

Samyang AF 50/1.4 FE is specifically designed to work in harmony with full frame mirrorless cameras in Sony E mount. The flow of light is devised based on the uniqueness of the distance from glass to sensor in mirrorless cameras to create optimal performance. Along with portability of mirrorless lenses, this new Samyang AF 50 lens is compatible with full frame sensors to deliver the wideness and sharpness of image to photographers.

The F1.4 of 50mm aperture is by far the brightest of full frame mirrorless lenses, offering a beautiful bokeh effect and the best quality images under various exposure conditions. Also the 67mm filter diameter brings the maximum amount of light into the lens to create the best work of light in photography.

Based on Samyang Optics’ exceptional optical technology, Ultra Multi Coating and three aspherical lenses have been included among nine glasses in eight groups to minimise aberration and unnecessary light dispersion, delivering high resolution from the centre to the corners of the image. - Home of the alpha system photographer
In memory of Cameron Hill - brettania