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The ideal lens for portraits with crystal clear resolution. This 85 mm fixed focal length lens by SAMYANG is the ideal focal length for a concentration on the essential. The high light intensity of F1.8 with a filter thread with a diameter of 62 mm not only provides an extremely bright viewfinder, but also the possibility of being exposed by the smallest depth of field of view. The low weight of 405 g and the compact design with a length of only 8.06 cm (without sun visor) offer a very pleasant handling. With nine elements arranged in seven groups, this Samyang 85mm F1.8 lens is very elaborately designed and delivers a very high resolution from the centre to the edge. The optical unit includes a high-refraction HR lens and an ED (extra low dispersion) lens. These together with a UMC (Ultra Multi-Coating) multi-layer coating effectively reduce chromatic aberrations and ghost images. The lens is contrasted and ideal for portrait shots, close-ups, food and landscape shots. All kinds of snapshots are also fun and impressive. When shooting portraits, it provides images with a beautiful sharpness gradient, thus offering the best possible exhaustion of the motif when the aperture is open. The course in the blur is harmoniously reproduced with fine bokeh. The comfortable operation of this lens is rounded off by a precise mechanism, an exact locking aperture ring with clear feedback as well as a high-quality feel and workmanship. More fun with manual focusing. Manual lenses allow excellent image quality and wonderfully graded backgrounds. So the Samyang 85 mm F1.8 ED UMC CS with its manual focusing is the perfect lens for all photographers who have fun giving their pictures an individual expression.
For orders that need to be delivered before Christmas, please place your order before 2pm on 10th of December.
We cannot guarantee that orders placed after this date will be delivered before Christmas.
Note: Due to current covid restrictions there is no delivery guarantee for regional areas.