Samyang Optics 50mm T1.3 AS UMC CS is a standard angle manual focus cine lens for mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor sizes. With a significantly bright T1.3 aperture, the lens creates bright and trust-worthy images under restrictive lighting condit...
Standard Angle Manual Focus Cine Lens for Mirrorless Cameras
Samyang Optics 50mm T1.3 AS UMC CS is a standard angle manual focus cine lens for mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor sizes. With a significantly bright T1.3 aperture, the lens creates bright and trust-worthy images under restrictive lighting conditions and impressive bokeh even with mirrorless cameras. The 50mm T1.5 is a multi-purpose lens, especially including portraits.Cine Lens FeaturesSamyang 50mm T1.3 AS UMC CS allows more delicate video work with T number marks. The focus gear ring is installed for follow focus system. You may change the aperture quietly and smoothly with the uncoupled aperture gear rings. Also, distance scale and T numbers are marked on both sides of the lens for convenience.Optical FeaturesSamyang 50mm T1.3 AS UMC CS has a significantly low T number (T1.3). You may precisely control the lens when shooting under various exposure environment including relatively dark situations. This lens features 9 glasses in 7 groups including 2 glass aspherical lenses (ASP) 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.Â Hardware FeaturesThere are 9 aperture blades designed to be almost as a full circle when aperture is closed which expresses starlike ray clearly and beautifully. The solid frame of the lens is made of high-strength aluminum alloy so you can create trustworthy images. This compact and light-weighted lens is specially designed for mirrorless cameras for portability. Also, detachable petal-shaped lens hood minimizes flare and ghost by sheltering lens from unnecessary lights.Available for 4 mirrorless camera mounts: Sony E, MFT, Fuji-X and Canon M.
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