The Samyang XEEN 50mm T1.5 - CANON EF Mount is the CANON EF mount for Canon EOS cameras and EF mount cameras and camcorders. The XEEN 50mm is a dedicated professional cine lens for film and high end video production including 4K. As in all the XEEN series, the 50mm features a bright T1.5 lens with 11 aperture blades to create a pleasing bokeh effect for a cinematic look and superb optics for outstanding optical performance. Available in 5 different mounts - PL, Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony E mount, and Micro Four Thirds (MFT) mounts, to suit a multitude of film camera systems. Furthermore mounts are interchangeable, meaning each lens can be used on a variety of cameras.The XEEN series feature unified attributes across the lens series including standard follow focus gearing, declicked gear rings in identical locations, so that changing lenses is no longer a hassle, focus throw angle of 200 degrees, aperture adjustment angle range of 40 degrees, and front lens diameter size of 114mm. In addition, the XEEN lens range feature special X-Coatings on the optical surfaces to ensure maximum image quality by minimising lens flare and ghosting.
Samyang XEEN 50mm T1.5 Cinema Lens - CANON EF, front lens cap, back cap.
|Lens model:||Samyang XEEN 50mm T1.5 Cinema Lens|
|Equivalent focal length:||50 Full Frame / 80mm on 1.6x crop Canon APS-C|
|Angle of view:||46.2 (Full Frame), 31.2 (Super 35), 30.8 (APS-C 1.5x), 29.0 (APS-C 1.6x), 23.6 (MFT)|
|Lens construction:||9 elements in 6 groups|
|Maximum aperture:||T1.5 (f/1.4)|
|Aperture blades:||11 (rounded)|
|Minimum focusing distance:||0.46m|
|Dust and moisture resistant:||No|
|Other special features:||Unified attributes across the lens series, follow focus gearing, declicked aperture, focus throw angle of 200 degrees, aperture adjustment angle range of 40 degrees, front lens diameter size of 114mm|
|Included accessories:||Front lens cap, back cap.|
|Dimensions:||117.6mm diameter x 121.7mm length (approx, dependent on mount). Front diameter size: 114mm|
|Weight:||1,160g (approx, dependent on mount)|
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