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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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|Aperture Control Design||Includes aperture ring|
|Compatible Mountings||Canon EF|
|Item Dimensions||83 x 83 x 4 inches|
|Item Weight||1.4 pounds|
|Lens Type||Prime lens|
|Maximum Focal Length||24|
|Maximum Format Size||35mm full frame|
|Minimum Focal Length||24|
|Shipping Weight||2.2 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.
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.
I returned the item and requested a replacement, let's see what #2 gets me.
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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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Hard to focus using the viewfinder, but if you use the on screen display and zoom in... this lens is sharp! Amazing at night and great for video! Great by for $429.Published 1 month ago by Yen-Jui Liu
Amazing lens. If you are into shooting astro-photography you will not be disappointed. This is a must lens for your kit!Published 2 months ago by Bryan
Great photos so far! I can't wait for some Milky Way shots.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Ordered this lens for astrophotography, first lens defocused lower half. Returned it. Second lens had same problem on the left half. look at description below from Lonely Speck. Read morePublished 2 months ago by PM
Bought lens that was severely decentered, and found out at LensRentals that they have had slight decentering issues with every one of their lenses. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bm
Extraordinary lens for astrophotography. Much better then either Canon 16-35 f2.8 or Canon 16-35 F4. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Spyderhead
I really wanted this lens to work out. The coma was awful at anything below f/4. I sent it back for a replacement, but the second one looked just as bad. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas C. Hansen