Samyang 24mm F1.4 ED AS IF UMC
- Pentax K Mount Lens
- Aperture Range: f/1.4 to f/22
- Compatible with Full-Frame or APS-C
- 36mm (35mm Equivalent on APS-C)
- Four ED and Two Aspherical Elements
- UMC Coating
- Manual Focus Design
- Internal Focusing Mechanism
- Eight-Blade Circular Aperture
The Pentax K mount Samyang 24mm f1.4 ED AS IF UMC Lens is a prime wide-angle lens designed for both full-frame and APS-C sized sensors; when used with an APS-C sensor the 35mm-equivalent focal length is 36mm. As a standard wide-angle focal length, this lens is well-suited to working in a variety of situations ranging from landscape to street photography. Its fast f/1.4 maximum aperture is further beneficial to working in low-light conditions and for greater control over selective focus and shallow depth of field effects.
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Two aspherical elements have been incorporated into the optical design to minimize chromatic aberrations in order to produce sharper images. A UMC coating has also been applied to lens elements to reduce surface reflections and prevent lens flare and ghosting for improved light transmission and more contrast-rich imagery. Additionally, the lens’ manual focus design incorporates an inner-focusing mechanism to maintain the overall lens length when changing focus.
- Wide-angle prime lens is well-suited to use in a broad variety of shooting situations.
- Fast f/1.4 maximum aperture benefits working in low-light conditions and provides greater control over focus placement for shallow depth of field applications.
- Four extra-low dispersion elements and two aspherical elements reduce chromatic aberrations in order to produce greater sharpness and clarity.
- UMC coating improves light transmission and suppresses lens flare and ghosting for more contrast-rich, color-neutral images.
- Inner-focusing mechanism maintains overall lens length while focusing and helps to prevent dust from entering the lens barrel.
- Eight rounded aperture blades help to produce an aesthetic out-of-focus quality to benefit selective focus and shallow depth of field imagery.