TINY BUT SUPER WIDE
BREATHTAKINGLY LIGHTWEIGHT WITH SUPER WIDE ANGLE OF VIEW,
Tiny but amazing in performance.
The AF 18mm F2.8 FE is the first ultra-wide-angle lens from the Tiny series lineup. Its unbelievable lightweight (145g), super wide-angle of view (100˚), easily holdable in one hand, high performance and spectacular design make this lens perfect for mirrorless cameras and offer incomparable satisfaction to the users.
A TINY, ULTRA-LIGHTWEIGHT LENS
At 145g (excl. hood & cap), this is the most lightweight & compact lens in the current AF 18mm wide-angle segment. Without a heavy lens weighing you down, you can effortlessly photograph every precious moment.
A PRIME LENS WITH 8 SPECIALIZED ELEMENTS
A prime lens that contains 8 specialized elements out of 9 in total (3 aspherical, 2 high refractive, 3 low dispersion) means a high level of sharpness, with low chromatic aberration and minimal distortion, for excellent landscape pictures, indoor shots, travel photos, and astrophotography...all in high definition, with clear colours, allowing a beautiful finish to any photograph.
EMPLOYS A LINEAR STEPPING MOTOR
The lens delivers fast & stable autofocusing by using a Linear Stepping Motor. The enhanced Samyang AF turns every moment into a work of art you can experience.
A WIDE-ANGLE LENS WITH DEPTH
With the full-frame 100˚ angle of view of the AF 18mm F2.8 FE, you can capture sweeping vistas in one magnificent shot. Its ability to demonstrate a broad depth and perspective enables every photographer to show off their creative side.
THE ULTIMATE TRAVEL COMPANION
With minimal size, a wide angle-of-view and amazing definition, travellers can capture every magical vacation moment. The lens combines Samyang’s signature refinement and colour rendering, all in one lightweight lens, made for travel.
A MULTI-USE LENS FOR ANY OCCASION
Whether you want to capture nature’s magnificence with a gimbal for stabilized filming, or even a drone, the AF 18mm F2.8 FE is the perfect compact lens to fulfil all your photography needs.
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