Samyang 16mm T2.2 ED AS UMC CS VDSLR II Lens, Canon EF Mount Mark II (Mk 2) versions feature revised placement of the focus and aperture gearing, so all newest lenses have the gearing in the same place for convenience on rigs and professional follow focus systems. The Samyang 16mm T2.2 ED AS UMC CS VDSLR II Lens is a fast,is a ultra wide-angle manual focus lens designed for CS / cropped sensors APS-C / DX and MFT cameras and camcorders, offering an equivalent focal length of around 24mm on 1.5x cropped sensor SLRs, great for landscapes and architecture etc. This VDSLR (Video DSLR) version has been developed primarily for professional cine / movie making purposes. The VDSLR version feature follow focus gearing and decoupled aperture, which allow the user to smoothly and quietly change focus and aperture / depth of field whist filming, and link to professional follow focus cam systems. The Samyang 16mm lens features 13 elements and 11 optical groups. Optical construction is 13 elements in 11 groups, with 2 aspherical lenses, 1 Extra-low Dispersion (ED) element and one hybrid aspherical and feature Samyang's UMC Ultra Multi coating coating which ensures superb transmission of light, and minimises flare and ghosting. The elements are housed in a solid body weighing from approx 570g, dependant on mount. The Samyang is rated in T-Stops rather than F-stops which is usual for movie camera lenses. F-stop number expresses the speed of the lens on the assumption that lens transmits 100% of the incident light. The T-number expresses the actual light transmission, which is more accurate, and is the standard in professional cine lenses. The lens is supplied with front and rear lens caps, petal shaped lens hood, and soft lens case. Filter size: 77mm
Samyang 16mm T2.2 ED AS UMC CS VDSLR II Lens for CANON, lens pouch, instructions, lens cap, back cap, petal shaped lens hood
16mm focal length, 24mm (35mm eqv.)
Robust metal construction
T2.2 (f2.0) Aperture
0.20M minimum focusing distance
Compact dimensions; 89.4 x 86mm
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