Samyang 8mm T3.1 V-DSLR UMC Fish-eye is currently the smallest and the brightest Fisheye cine lens. Despite its compact sizes, the glass provides exceptional optical quality and high image parameters.
|Focal length||8 mm|
|Lens composition||10 elements in 8 groups|
|Minimum focusing distance||0.3m|
|Size (mm)||55.8 x 60|
|Focal lenght type||fixed|
Samyang VDSLR 8mm T3.1 UMC Fish-eye is an exquisite wide-angle Fisheye cine lens. It has been designed for digital reflex cameras with APS-C sensors. VDSLR Samyang lenses feature industry standard gearing compatible with the Follow Focus system. This solution allows for effortless and accurate rotation of focus and aperture rings. The aperture ring is rotated smoothly and noiselessly. These modifications allow for extremely comfortable and effective control of focal plane and depth of field during filming.
The product's optical construction is based on 11 lens elements arranged in 8 optical groups. Thanks to the multi-layer anti-reflection UMC coatings it ensures high contrast and natural colours mapping. The lens gives a diagonal field of vision of 180 degrees, and the minimum focusing distance is only 0.3 meters. Brightness of the lens corresponds to the T 3.1 number. To facilitate the reading of the focus scale and aperture, the indexes has been marked parallel to the lens's optical axis. The lens has been designed for cameras fitted with a high resolution sensor (above 24 mln pixels).
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