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What is 14mm lens good for?

What is 14mm lens good for?

With a 114 to 115.7-degree view (depending on the brand) when mounted on a full-frame camera, this lens works as well capturing vast landscape and nightscape images in a single shot as it does capturing environmental portraits in even the tightest of spaces (from as close as 11 inches between the lens and the subject).

Is Rokinon a full-frame?

Rokinon offers a growing range of full-frame, APS-C, and Micro Four Thirds-format lenses for DSLRs (Canon EF, Nikon F, Pentax, Sony A-mount, Micro Four Thirds), mirrorless cameras (Canon EF-M, Canon RF, FUJIFILM X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z, Samsung NX, & Sony E-mount), and cine applications ( PL, Micro Four Thirds.

Is the Rokinon 14mm F / 2.8 a good lens?

Although the build quality of this ultra-wide-angle lens is impressive, there are a number of reasons Rokinon (sometimes branded Samyang) was able to offer this lens at this price point. Features that come standard with any premium lens are not present on the 14mm F/2.8, such as autofocus, and the ability to change aperture using your camera.

How do I change the aperture on a Rokinon 14mm?

The aperture setting (F-stop) on your DSLR will display “0”, when the Rokinon 14mm F/2.8 is connected. To change the f-stop of the lens you need to manually rotate a ring at the base of the lens. The ring displays each f-stop setting to confirm the current lens aperture.

Is there a Nikon 14mm F / 2.8 lens?

That doesn’t mean, though, that the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 is the only lens with these characteristics. Other manufacturers also make 14mm f/2.8 lenses, or even wider, that work equally well. One that a lot of people mention to me (though not one I’ve tried myself) is the Rokinon 14mm f/2.8.

What was the first lens made by Rokinon?

Their very first optical design was the “nifty fifty” of ultra-wide primes, the manual focus Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 UMC. It came in a few different versions that all have the same basic optics.