Samyang creates cinema versions of 14mm, 24mm and 35mm lenses
Aug 9, 2012 at 14:00:04 GMT
Korean lens maker Samyang has created cinema versions of its well-regarded 14mm F2.8, 24mm F1.4 and 35mm F1.4 manual focus lenses. They're distinguished by racks on their focus and aperture rings for use with cinema rigs, stepless aperture control, calibration in T-stops rather than F-stops, and scales that are marked to be read from the side of the camera. The three lenses are known as the Samyang T1.5 35mm AS UMC, Samyang T1.5 24mm ED AS IF UMC and Samyang T3.1 14mm ED AS IF UMC, and will be made in Canon and Nikon mounts. They'll go on sale towards the end of August at prices to be announced.
Soon on sale! SAMYANG T1.5 35mm AS UMC, SAMYANG T1.5 24mm ED AS IF UMC, and SAMYANG T3.1 14mm ED AS IF UMC
|Samyang T1.5 35mm AS UMC, Samyang T1.5 24mm ED AS IF UMC, and Samyang T3.1 14mm ED AS IF UMC|
Cracow, 9th August 2012 – Samyang Optics gladly informs, that Samyang Family has been enlarged by three new lenses dedicated for digital cinema purpose.
Lenses with focal 35mm, 24 mm and 14mm will be available on sales in sequence next week, at
the end of August and in September.
The construction of the new lenses has been based on previous types dedicated for photography. Their main feature are racks co-operating with follow – focus system, and a ring rotated continuously. Thanks to these alterations it is possible to precisely and silently operate focus and depth of field. Another facility is putting aperture and focus scale parallel to the axis of the lens and aperture marked with number of transmission T. Lenses are compatible with Nikon and Canon cameras.
Prices will be announced soon.
|Samyang T1.5 24mm ED AS IF UMC||Samyang T3.1 14mm ED AS IF UMC|
|Samyang T1.5 35mm AS UMC|