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Rokinon 24mm F/1.4 Aspherical Wide Angle Lens for Canon RK24M-C

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  • Aperture range of f/1.4 ~22; Manual Focus
  • Includes removable hood, front and rear lens caps, lens pouch, instruction manual and 1 year Rokinon warranty
  • Constructed of 13 elements in 12 groups (2 apspherical lenses)
  • 84 degrees angle of view
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Style: Canon
  • Brand Name: Elite Brands Inc
  • Model: RK24M-C
  • Lens Type: wide-angle
  • Minimum focal length: 24
  • Maximum focal length: 24
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Style: Canon
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 3.2 x 3.2 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B006YM9L26
  • Item model number: RK24M-C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2012

Product Description

Style: Canon

The new Rokinon 24mm F1.4 Aspherical Wide Angle Lens is available for Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Olympus & Samsung NX mounts. This manual focus lens features a large f1.4 aperture and is made of 13 elements in 12 groups. The 24mm focus is tailor-made for most of the sensors available on the market today. On full-frame cameras, the lens is a high-quality wide-angle lens perfect for street, landscape and architectural shooting. On DX sensors, the user will get just the perfect lens for journalist and landscape photography. When attached to Four Thirds cameras, the lens will create a universal and bright construction corresponding to a 50mm focus.

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This is a manual focus/manual aperture lens!
Taylor Bradley
The lens is manual focus (however, it does meter the light automatically), but for astrophotography you're going to be focused at infinity anyway.
PS
I own the Rokinon 85mm, 35mm as well as the Tokina 11-16.
Videography Bossss

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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Videography Bossss on March 30, 2012
Style Name: Canon Verified Purchase
I own the Rokinon 85mm, 35mm as well as the Tokina 11-16. This is the 4th lens I've purchased for DSLR Videography projects and I bought it because of the wider angle and extra shallow depth of field/bokeh it can give at 1.4 on my crop sensor 550D.

Pros:
1.Lens is fast and equivalent to a full frame on a crop sensor.
2.Wide F1.4 Great Bokeh. Excellent Low Light Capabilities...Did I mention bokeh..yea bokeh. yum
3.Thick Focus Ring like all Rokinons. For easy follow focus additions
4.Cheaper than any 1.4 Canon with comparible optics. This is a steal. Clients won't know the
difference and they would have to be a camera lens enthuisiast to tell.

Cons:

1.This IS a manual lens but for Videography you can't Auto Focus
anyway which is alright with me. When doing photography I use a magnetic viewfinder
for precision at f1.4
2. F1.4 is Extremely soft tho. In comparison to the Rokinon 85mm at 1.4 which is very sharp, this lens
fails. Its seems a tad bit dreamy but when stopped down to f4-5.6 it gets dead sharp
The comparison between the 85mm at 1.4 is a bit frustrating which is
the only reason I took 1 star away. Clients will not notice softness with mixed video footage.
and bokeh just makes everything look extra professional to them..gotta love that bokeh.

Conclusion:

This is an essential lens for cropped sensor camera buyers on a budget. Lens is a well made and will give you wider shots with great Depth of Field. I recommend this lens and the 85mm rokinon. I would have skipped the 35mm rokinon for this lens. Make sure your lighting doesn't suck because slight over exposure enhances the 1.4 softness. (I shoot everything at 1.4,manual iso because I love bokeh.) Be careful..Did I mention bokeh?..yea bokeh.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By PS on June 10, 2014
Style Name: Nikon Verified Purchase
I purchased this lens upon reviewing several sources, for astrophotography. I used this lens instead of the Nikkor 20mm f2.8, which has VERY noticeable coma when used wide open.

The Rokinon has almost no coma! There is slight vignetting when used wide open, but that can be corrected for. Images are sharp. The sacrifice of 4mm in focal length over the Nikkor 20mm is totally worth it.

The lens is manual focus (however, it does meter the light automatically), but for astrophotography you're going to be focused at infinity anyway. I also use this lens on my IR camera for which I am forced to focus manually using Live View.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Professor Bubba on March 15, 2012
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If you liked the Rokinon 35mm 1.4, you'll love the 24mm. Having said that, this lens is not for everybody. If you're the type who just has to have autofocus, your skill set would not include using this lens. But if you are a DSLR filmmaker, then autofocus is useless anyway. And if you are particular about your optics, then this lens, set on 5.6, is about as sharp as my eyes can ever see. Set wide open at 1.4, it has a beautiful bokeh and the color rendition is excellent. This is practically the only option for a razor sharp lens with the 60 degrees/84 degrees (APS-C/35mm) angle of view. Since the lens is wider, the depth of field is a lot more generous, allowing for a greater number of keepers and a speedier focus than with the Roki 35mm, which often has a depth of field of just a few inches and has to be focused within a molecule.

One drawback so far is that the lens barrel does not stop at infinity. When I am in a hurry, to take a wide shot, I would often dial up a generous f-stop, turn the focus ring all the way to infinity, and snap a shot. But the focus ring goes to a farther setting, farther than infinity. (What could be farther than infinity?) So to take a long shot, I have to make sure the focus mark is right on the infinity mark. If you know why the lens is designed that way, please leave a comment below. Thanks.

Update: I have become pretty adept at focusing this lens using Live View. It is really super sharp. No problems.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Joyce of Sibu on July 13, 2012
Style Name: Canon
I bought this lens as SamYang 24 1.4 in Malaysia.

Wide open at 1.4, the corners are soft, even using a T4i with 1.6x crop.
Stop down to f/2.4, overall sharp in T4i.

My major disappointment is that the focusing ring is quite loose.
When I focus in one direction, then fine tune in reverse direction, it does not response until I rotate further. Angry with that.

I own a 85/1.4 as well.

While the ring of 85/1.4 is tight, and can do fine tune focusing pleasantly.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amraj on June 13, 2013
Style Name: Canon Verified Purchase
First Impressions: looks good, feels good, large focus ring/throw.

Usability: I use this on a canon 7d with intentions to upgrade to 5d. On the 7D I have had great success shooting live sporting events, night clubs, weddings, and miscellaneous parties and landscapes. I started using it for capturing the stars, which it did wonderfully, and now I'm using it for events. A very versatile lens on a crop sensor, if you can get used to manually focusing.

Verdict: Best lens I've owned. Sharper (stopped down to f/8) than a 100/2 or 100macro. A little soft wide open- also not a tru f/1.4 but more like 1.65. At f/2 it is very usable. I wish it had an AF confirm chip like the Nikon version, but getting used to MF got me to learn the distance scale by heart and capture excellent night shots.

Worth every penny if you can't afford an L lens.
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