UPCLOSE & SHARP – SAMYANG 135MM F2.0 MANUAL FOCUS TELEPHOTO LENS
Samyang Optics 135mm F2.0 ED UMC is a manual focus telephoto lens for full frame sensor sizes. It expresses vibrant colour and soft out-focusing area which makes it the best lens to shoot portrait, night scenery, wild-life and journalism photography.
Samyang 135mm F2.0 ED UMC has a low F number of F2.0. You may control the lens precisely when shooting under various exposure environment including relatively dark or too bright situations.
This lens features 11 lenses in 7 groups especially including extra low dispersion lens (ED) to offer high resolution throughout the image. Ultra Multi Coating(UMC) of Samyang Optics is used to optimize the light penetration and minimizes flare and ghost. With such optical construction, it has 0.8m of minimum focal length to film subjects in near distance. Also, the floating type design secures as much light as possible and maximizes the resolution by minimizing spherical aberration and distortion.
There are 9 aperture blades designed to be almost as a full circle when aperture is closed which expresses starlike ray clearly and beautifully. The frame of the lens is compact and solid since it is made of high-strength aluminum alloy so you can create trustworthy images. Also, detachable petal-shaped lens hood minimizes flare and ghost by sheltering lens from unnecessary lights.
*Available in Canon EF, Nikon F
*Size and design may vary depending on the mount of a lens
BRIGHT F2.0 APERTURE
Guarantees faster shutter speed in low light conditions and adds depth to your pictures by blurring the background.
MINIMIZED FLARE AND GHOST EFFECTS WITH ULTRA MULTI COATING
By reducing the impact of flares and ghosting effects in your pictures while ensuring excellent image quality and contrast from the center to the periphery, it offers crystal clear, sharp image quality.
SMOOTH FOCUS RING
Smooth focusing ensures precise control and produces images with incredible sharpness, making it the ideal choice for indoor and night shooting.
|Closest Focusing Distance:
|0.8 m (2.62ft)
|Diagonal Angle of View:
|11 Elements in 7 Groups