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Samyang announces 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC lens

 
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Aug 14, 2011 21:10 |  #31

Is this for small sensors only? It says "It...has been designed to work with most popular reflex cameras produced by renown manufacturers and equipped with small-image sensors or smaller."

Small image sensor or smaller seems to indicate this is not for FULL FRAME sensor?




  
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Aug 14, 2011 21:22 |  #32

johnny_boy wrote in post #12935577 (external link)
Is this for small sensors only? It says "It...has been designed to work with most popular reflex cameras produced by renown manufacturers and equipped with small-image sensors or smaller."

Small image sensor or smaller seems to indicate this is not for FULL FRAME sensor?

full frame canons are 'small sensors' all the rest of their releases said the same thing. 35 mm = small format .


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Aug 15, 2011 01:30 |  #33

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Well, if you include macros then Sigma makes two, as well.

I have no problem including the macros, they are fantastic little lenses. Can I also include the 45mm TS-E? Eitherway, plenty of options, but I drew the line at aperture bigger than 2.8 (for myself, when considering 50's) - even it it's only 1/3 stop...
But I also still think there's not "one fast fifty to rule them all". At least not price for value wise.


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Aug 16, 2011 10:00 |  #34

With the way they priced their 35 f1.4, it looks like they are competing against canon's L glass rather than cheaper 3rd party manufacturers (Sigma 30 f1.4 is cheaper with AF, albeit only for APS-C cameras). I doubt this will be cheap, upwards of $600 I'd say, so no go for me.


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Aug 16, 2011 10:25 |  #35

I've got their 35mm f/1.4 and it's a fantastic lens. I might have to check this one out as well.


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Oct 01, 2011 20:09 as a reply to  @ Citizen_Insane's post |  #36

No mention of filter size?


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Oct 01, 2011 22:06 |  #37

bongEstrella wrote in post #12944790 (external link)
With the way they priced their 35 f1.4, it looks like they are competing against canon's L glass rather than cheaper 3rd party manufacturers (Sigma 30 f1.4 is cheaper with AF, albeit only for APS-C cameras). I doubt this will be cheap, upwards of $600 I'd say, so no go for me.

it's a full frame lens though, so really isn't comparable to the sigma 30mm. It's a wide angle lens where the sigma 30 is a standard lens.


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Oct 01, 2011 22:08 |  #38

I weston I wrote in post #13193152 (external link)
it's a full frame lens though, so really isn't comparable to the sigma 30mm. It's a wide angle lens where the sigma 30 is a standard lens.

The angles of view (35mm vs. 30mm) will be almost the same, though, with the Samyang a bit narrower.


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