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YONGNUO YN35mm F2 Lens 1:2 AF / MF Wide-Angle Fixed/Prime Auto Focus Lens For Canon EF Mount EOS Camera
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- View-angle Coverate：Diagonal 63 Degree/Vertical 38 Degree/Horizontal 54 Degree.
- Lens Structure:5 sets, 7 pieces
- Minimum Aperture:F/22,Minimum Focusing Distance:0.25m / 0.8ft,Maximum Magnification:0.23X.
- Filter Diameter / Auantity Available:52mm / 1,Maximum Diameter and Length:73*59mm.
- Support auto focus (AF) and manual focus (MF) mode.
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Yongnuo fast EF 35mm wide-angle lens with it's fast aperture of F/2 is sure to capture any moment even in the lowest lighting conditions.
It has a minimum focusing distance of only 0.8 ft. (25cm), so even if you're close-up, you can still obtain that natural wide-angle effect.
It is affordable and ideal for anything that calls for excellent optical performance and moderate wide focal length.
Features: 1, Support auto focus (AF) and manual focus (MF) mode. 2,The aperture blades up to 7 pieces,which allows you able to shoot the near-circular diffuse plaques,appropriately narrow the apertures can shoot the 14 astral effect. 3,Adopts chrome high precision metal bayonet,which effectively improve the goodness to fit the camera body and the bayonet strength, wear and corrosion resistance for durable use. 4,Full line of the products are glass lenses. 5,Supports full-frame and APS-C format cameras,supports M/AV/TV/P and other camera shooting modes,and can be displayed the aperture data in the EXIF Information. 6,Multi-coated lenses,effectively improve the transmittance and suppress the ghosting and flare when in backlit shooting . 7,Adopts gold plating for the metal contacts,effectively improve the signal conductivity and corrosion resistance.
Package Included: 1 x YN35mm F2 Prime Lens 1 x Front and Rear Lens Cap 1 x 52mm Lens cap 1 x Manual 1 x Original Box
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(I own and use a wide range of lenses, mostly faster primes (f1.4), some "L" lenses and some zooms ranging from the entry-level to the mid-range)
I've been using Yongnuo products for a few years and have been generally happy with them.. They've been making speedlights for several years and started off a bit iffy but quickly brought up the quality. With the YN35mm f2 being their 2nd lens, I was honestly not expecting much.
Tried this one on both a full-frame and crop-sensor camera for the results below.
* BUILD QUALITY * : The lens is mostly plastic but has a metal mount. It feels a bit higher quality than the canon 50mm 1.8 but not by much. The lens does not have the distance marker scale that the Canon 35mm f2 has, but otherwise I'm not very familiar with that lens.
* ACCESSORIES / BUTTONS * The lens does include a front and rear cap (the lens cap being a nice E-52II comparable cap). Uses 52mm threading for filters.
The side has an AF/MF switch for going between modes
From what I can tell, there is no attachment for a lens-hood. You'll need to buy a threaded (52mm) hood if you want to attach one to this lens. The lens does extend while focusing but the barrel does not rotate.
IMPORTANT: For some reason, yongnuo puts a protective cover over the front and rear elements glass of the lens -- be sure to remove these stickers before use.
* FOCUSING/NOISE * : The lens does make a loud mechanical noise while zooming, almost identical to the 50mm 1.8 Canon lens. If you're shooting video, you will hear it (noise is fairly loud in both autofocus and manual)
The focusing works if you don't need super fast focusing (spots). It doesn't seem to hunt, it's just slow.
Focusing is accurate, though, and taking 15 test shots (setting lens to infinity each time and focusing at different distances from minimum (.25m/.8ft) to maximum), all 15 were accurate
* COMPATABILITY * : The lens works on both APS (full-frame) and APS-C (1.6x crop) sensors with an EF or EF-S mount.
* EXIF DATA * : Lens displays as "35mm F2" (no maker) in EXIF data.. Serial # shows as 00000000. Other data is shown (such as aperture -- some 3rd party lenses will not display this, or will display the lens as a "50mm" with no additional data regardless of focal length and aperture). I've heard that some peoples' YN35's will display as a Sigma 24-xx zoom lens, so they may have changed this since the first batch.
* CLARITY/SHARPNESS * : Surprisingly.. the lens is sharp!
I originally tested at F2, expecting some issues, and it performed very well. Clarity was there (even at 100% crop), colors were nice, sharpness was high and the out of focus elements were really nice and smooth looking (some lenses product an ugly out of focus/bokeh area).
Moving up to f/2.8 the lens got quite a bit sharper. I would consider it very usable at even f2, but will probably keep it at f2.8 for portraits and to ensure sharp focus.
Color fringing was noticeable on a few shots with a high contrast but wasn't bad (lightroom fixed it up quickly), and nowhere near as bad as something like the Canon 85mm 1.8.
* PROBLEMS * : For some reason, the lens would not focus properly in live view. I don't know why this is -- it will "hunt" for focus, it will lock in but every time it was very obviously out of focus. I don't know if this is an issue with the camera itself or this particular lens (all other lenses tested had no issues focusing in live-view)
Unfortunately I don't have a Canon 35mm f2 to compare it to, but I'm more than happy with this one and would buy another Yongnuo lens without hesitation assuming this one holds up over time.
* OVERALL * : Highly recommended, especially if you're wanting a lens a bit wider and faster than the 40mm 2.8 or something to go alongside a 50mm 1.4/1.8
AF seems to hit the mark even in relatively dim light. Can't complain there.
Manual focus feels smooth but plasticy - better than some more expensive lenses I've used and again very similar to the Canon 50.
My only complaint is that the Nikon version seems to be a better design with bayonet hood, focus scale, etc.
This is an obvious choice for casual and occasional use, but for pro daily use I'd get an L.