Samyang 24mm T1 5 ED AS UMC VDSLR Lens For Canon

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Samyang 24mm T1.5 ED AS UMC VDSLR Lens (For Canon)

Samyang 24mm T1.5 ED AS UMC VDSLR Lens (For Canon) Specifications

Technical Details
Batteries Included No
Batteries Required No
Brand Samyang
Contains Liquid Contents No
Has Auto Focus No
Has Image Stabilization No
Includes Rechargable Battery No
Item model number 7676
Item Weight 962 g
Min Aperture 1.5
Min Focal Length 24 Millimeters
Model 7676
Model Year 2012
Mounting Type Canon
Product Dimensions 3.3 x 3.3 x 3.8 cm
Speaker Diameter 77 Millimeters

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For video what do you think about Zeiss Milvus f1.4?
So is this basically a 48mm on a Super 35?
Original-Bmpcc+metabones+samyang 24mm+tiffin Black Pro mist filter. You're welcome
did you speak about focus breathing ?
Very informative video! Thanks for making it. Which camera and lens did you use to record this video?
Great vid. Thanks! I’m new to cine lenses and am looking for one which also has a zoom function. Do any of the Samyang cine lenses do this? Thank you
Hey thanks for the review man, but this lens looks like it can't handle light at all at t1.5! That's some outrageous chromatic aberration!
Seen this lens today in my local camera store for 200 (Used in mint condition) Might return tomorrow and buy it
Better than sigma 18-35 F1.8?
Hello, I have a gh5 and I am working with a 25mm f1.7, I have seen the video and I really like the lens, but not to repeat the distance that lens would you recommend me rokinon cine ds, thanks and greetings.
This lens good for canon 80d
What woul you say about the using of that lens on a crop sensor with the speedbooster 0.72? Would it be ok?
no offense but this lens is ment to be for a full frame camera not a crop sensor which will render the focal length to 38.4
I could put this video in a pillow cases and beat a child because it’s so soft it won’t leave a mark.
Loved this video. You cleared up a few issues I was concerned about.
is it have auto focus?
so if you're using it on a crop sensor camera, does it convert to 35mm or something?
looking for this lens for video work
should i get 24 or 14
the lens at 1.5 isnt as soft as you make think it is if your doing photography and have lightroom if u just edit the photos or even just the clarity the lens is super sharp and detailed and the same with the chromatic apperation just select dechromatic apperation and its a beaut
i saw little jello on video, what camera u using record this video?
What woul you say about the using of that lens on a crop sensor with the speedbooster 0.72 to get more wide angle? Would it be ok?
Does not provide EXIF data
Good video - I would have liked some more footage as shown at the end. The zoo video was excellent. As a Pom it reminded me of my time living in the lovely city of Adelaide and Cleland Wildlife Park - Many thanks for making the video.
What a great review! Me and a friend of mine are in the pre-production phase of making a movie, and we just purchased a set of these Samyang lenses for our Canon 80D. We've ordered the 24mm one, 50mm, 85mm and the 100mm macro one for some nice close-ups. I'm amazed by the results since these lenses are so friggin cheap in comparison to many other, especially the bigger brands. Again, great review! Subscribed!
What camera are you using
lol at the intro
Thanks from Canada( Great weather today to watch reviews -14 C) I am visiting Iceland in February and i plan on buying one of thes lens to add to my collection. I will post the results
I'm searching for a good 35mm equivalent for my a6000. Did I understand? This lens has a chip that transfer exif data to the files? Or not? I owned two samyang lenses for my a6000 (the 8mm fisheye and 12mm 2.0 - one of my favourite lenses for landscapes) and none of them transfer any data to the files (video or photo). If it has this type of "feature", I'll prefer this - also for photo shoots - to the clicked aperture version f/1.4, that I think doesn't have any sort of confirmation/exif data chip.
If you are ever up in Sydney I would love to tag along for one of your shoots
how was the sharpness. I read another persons review that it's rather soft shooting it wide open.
Sir David Oastler teach me pleasemore advice more ........
As always very helpful thank you mate
Thank you for sharing.
Nice to see a review on my exact camera.
There is too much focus breathing. They shouldn't call that a cine lens ? It's nothing more than a declicked still lens.
It focused past infinity because of the adapter.
Hi dear I want ask you it is for full frame or not
Great review. I have this lens it's awesome. Also is that song from MEGA MAN???
I guess you can focus way past infinity because of Infrared photography where the focus to infinity is a bit after the focus in the visible spectrum. Just a guess, or maybe it's in case of error in the construction of the lens ? Is it me or when you change the focus the K° is going down (feel like a bit more bluish) you can see it at 4:56 or 5:01 ? thanks for the video !
on a crop i wouldnt expect a vignette
Well that was strange, checking out a lens review and seeing it done in Maidstone! (I live here too)
Is is good for Astrophotography?
Thanks for review!!! So, you filmed on canon 550D, and vdslr version is good as dslr? I found vdslr on hands, so ill be take 40% video and 60% photo (astro photography) my question is, should i found dslr version in my case?
Really nice :)
Very interesting! Good video, bro
Great review, pulled a trigger on one of these thanks to your video. But what song are you using. Its so catchy
It seems to be an extremely versatile lens. Great for Cinema.
Am fuck this film
Great review! I ve got a nikon D7100; im looking for a perfect cine lens for it, :-) any recommendations? Anyone. .
thank you for the useful info!
how come their is no noise on that t2i..?
I'm not sure about this lens. Image quality doesn't impress me. The new Sigma 35MM 1.4 Art is amazing. The thing is, I would prefer a cine lens, cause I almost only shoot films. Hummmm....?
I read somewhere that you can slacken 3 tiny screws to adjust the focus ring - Google [samyang focus screws]. Not sure if the hard stop matches the 8-infinity mark, though ! Nikons go past infinity to allow for refractive-index of air changing with altitude/barometric pressure and humidity, so you may want to leave it hyperfocal ... Plus the ability to defocus can be nice cinematically !