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MF 14mm F2.8 Z and MF 85mm F1.4 Z is the first Samyang lenses with Nikon mount Z

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Simultaneously with the lens Samyang 85mm AF F1.4 F with Nikon F mount and support auto focus, were presented full frame MF lenses 14mm F2.8 Z and MF 85mm F1.4 Z. This is the first Samyang lenses for Nikon cameras system Z. They focus manually.

the Technical characteristics of the lens, the Samyang MF 14mm F2.8 Z:

Focal length — 14 mm; Angle field of view — 115,7°; Maximum aperture — f/2.8; Minimum aperture — f/22; Optical scheme — 14 elements in 10 groups, including aspherical element, hybrid aspherical element, two ED element and three element HR; Number of diaphragm blades — 6 Minimum focus distance — 0.28 m; Maximum magnification — x0. 08; Diameter — 87,0 mm; Length — 124,1 mm; Weight — 810 g.

Technical characteristics of the lens Samyang MF 85mm F1.4 Z:

Focal length — 85 mm; angular field of view is 28.3°; Maximum aperture — f/1.4; Minimum aperture — f/22; Optical scheme — 9 elements in 7 groups including an aspherical hybrid element; Number of diaphragm blades — 8 Minimum focus distance — 1.0 m; Maximum magnification — x0,09; Installation filter size — 82 mm; Diameter — 78,0 mm; Length of 102.7 mm; Weight — 740 g.

Both models have "ultranegocios" coating, providing high contrast images. Another common feature is the protection from atmospheric influences.

In the sale of novelty should appear this spring, but their prices are not yet named. The lenses included in the Samyang exposition of the exhibition China P&E 2019, which will be held in Beijing from 12 to 15 April.

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