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Rokinon FE14M-C 14mm F2.8 Ultra Wide Lens for Canon (Black)
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- Lens not Zoomable
- Coating: Ultra Multi-Coating
- Minimum Focusing Distance of 10.8 inches
- This is the new updated UMC version
- 14 Elements in 12 Groups, Focal Length : 10.5 -14mm
- Aperture Rane: F/2.8 - F/22
- 6 Diaphragm Blades
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|Compatible Camera Mount||Canon EF||Canon EF||Canon EF||—||Canon EF||Canon EF|
|Focus Type||manual-focus||Stepper motor||manual-focus||Manual Only||manual-focus||manual-focus|
|Item Dimensions||3.78 x 3.43 x 3.43 in||1.54 x 2.72 x 2.72 in||4 x 3.27 x 3.27 in||4.3 x 3.7 x 4.3 in||2.9 x 3 x 3 in||3.5 x 3.27 x 3.27 in|
|Item Weight||1.22 lbs||5.6 ounces||1.4 lbs||1.75 lbs||1.14 lbs||1.29 lbs|
|Lens Type||wide-angle-prime||Prime lens||Wide-angle||—||Fisheye||Prime lens|
|Maximum Focal Length||14 millimeters||50 millimeters||24 millimeters||14||12 millimeters||16 millimeters|
|Minimum Focal Length||14 millimeters||50 millimeters||24 millimeters||14||12 millimeters||16 millimeters|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||—||49 millimeters||—||—||—||77 millimeters|
The new Rokinon 14mm ultra-wide angle f 2.8 if ED UMC lens is the highest quality affordably priced 14mm lens on the market. It is designed for full frame cameras and is fully compatible with aps-c cameras as well. Its build and construction are superb the lens construction is 14 elements in 12 groups and features 2 ed lens elements, one hybrid a spherical lens element and one glass a spherical lens element. All of these lens elements combine to minimize distortion and chromatic aberrations. Your pictures are sure to come our razor sharp and clear, even at the corners.
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I tried using this as a walk-around lens and ran into huge problems with the manual focus. I'm 50 with bad eyes. I can manage a manual focus Yashica 50 and 28mm pretty well, but this lens has such as wide focus range and the view is so wide, large turns of the focus ring make imperceptible changes through the viewfinder, so tons of my pictures were out or focus. When it was in focus, I was very happy with the results. If you can afford it then an autofocus option may be better if you want to use this for more flexible needs, but if just using at infinity then I can't imagine a much better UWA lens at any price. These were all shot with on a canon 6d
- Manual lens, but you know that, right? Thankfully its depth of field at anything over f/5.6 is deep enough to cover most situations, those close-ups require patience. Perhaps it's my eyesight, but I have a hard time seeing the image clearly enough to gauge precise focus. I usually resort to a test shot or two.
- no range rings to assist with depth of field
- even with the fixed hood, its bulbous glass makes it a big target for rain; I hike in the Pacific Northwest, so you can understand the challenge to keep it clean
- the mustache distortion begs for post-process fixing on images with long horizontal lines
- great images -- crisp, but it gets a bit blurry right at the edges/corners
- only $350!
- fast @ f/2.8
- solid lens cap -- my lenses get bounced around a lot and I appreciate the extra protection.
I continue to believe this is one of the best lens values on the market. If you're a competent photographer and can handle a totally manual lens, you will be hard-pressed to own a better lens value for the price. I have some photos from this lens that rival or exceed the quality of Canon L-glass lenses.
Anything that allows me to do more in camera and spend less time in post manipulating the images is a great thing in my book.
I will add that I now use this lens for myriad other uses besides astro photography and it is amazingly sharp without much distortion for the angle and it is fast becoming my go to glass when I want wide wide wide shots.
It is an amazing piece of glass for the money!
(Use of the lens for non astro purposes; set f8 and the focal length to three feet. Ensure anything you want in focus is 3 feet or more away. Shoot. Simple as that.)
I tried to add a couple sample shots from the glass below.
Since the lens is so wide, it can be pretty versatile, but that's just a personal opinion. It's really great if you need to capture a lot in a small space (or a lot in a big space. Either way). However, since it's so wide, on a full frame it can cause distortions near the edges of the photos. If you opt for a crop sensor, that problem is minimized.
The only major downfall I see in it is that sometimes in live situations when you're unable to use the focus ring numbers quickly enough for an accurate focus, it can be difficult to see exactly when you're focused since the lens is so wide. The focus ring numbers do make it incredibly easy to focus in controlled situations when the viewfinder just doesn't cut it. Overall, it's a great lens.