Samyang 45mm F1.8 AF FE

mount: E-mount
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format: Full frame
release year: 2019
status: Current
latest firmware: 2019-07-08
firmware download: Version 2
Also branded as:
  • Rokinon
  • Bower
  • Opteka
specification
AF Drive: In Lens (USD)
focus design: internal
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
max. aperture: 1.8
min. aperture: 22
focal range(mm): 45
elements/group: 7/6
angle of view: 52.31˚
aperture blades: 9
min. focus distance(mm): 450
filter rotate focusing: No
max. magnification: 0.12x (1/8.3)
filter diameter(mm): 49
hood: round
color: black
length(mm): 56.1
weight(g): 162
standard accessories: Front and rear caps, hood, pouch

user review ratings
overall: 4.80
sharpness: 5.00
color: 5.00
build: 5.00
distortion: 4.50
flare control: 4.50
total: 2 reviews

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Tiny But Premium

E Mount Light Weight AF Auto Focus Ultra Multi Coating Linear Super sonic Motor M.O.D 0.45m Inner Focus 9 Aperture Blades Compact Size

With less distortion than 35mm lenses and a wider angle than 50mm, the AF 45mm F1.8 FE opens up a range of photographic styles and themes. This lens will deliver the high contrast and dimensionality typical of specialized lenses while retaining spectacular resolution thanks to an outstanding optical design. Photographers can take advantage of the bright F1.8 aperture, delivering blurry backgrounds, and the 9 aperture blades that produce striking sunstar effects, adding creativity to every picture. In addition, the lens is compact (5.61cm) and light (162g) so it is highly portable.

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