Hong Kong company Yongnuo—known for releasing ultra-affordable photography accessories and, more recently, lenses as well—has introduced its newest lens: the YN 60mm F2 MF macro lens.

The model has a minimum focus distance from 0.234m / 9.2-inches and offers up to a 1:1 magnification ratio, as well as an infinity mode, manual focus with support for half-press shutter focus prompt and automatic exposure. The lens is made up of a metal bayonet, 10 glass elements in nine groups, and seven aperture blades.

Other features include gold-plated metal contacts, integrated electromagnetic aperture, and a focus distance indicator. The lens firmware can be updated from the camera rather than over USB, assuming the camera supports the feature.

There has been no official word on what mount it will be made for, but the gold-plated contacts in the product shot make this a Canon EF lens. Price also hasn't been revealed, but we expect it to come in quite a bit cheaper than your typical 60mm macro lens if Yongnuo's reputation as a budget brand is to continue.

To learn more about this lens, head over to the Yongnuo website.