Samyang MF 85 mm F1.4 UMC II Canon R Lens
85mm F1.4 UMC II Canon R Full Frame Camera Lens
RF mount lens for Beautiful Bokeh
RF Mount Full Frame Sensor Ultra Multi Coating Weather Sealing H-ASP F1.4 Beautiful Bokeh 8 Aperture Blades
The MF 85mm F1.4 RF with a total of 9 elements in 7 groups. A H-ASP lens minimises various aberrations and maximises the image quality and contrast from centre to corner even when using a wide open aperture. Applied ultra-multi-coating for low reflectivity and excellent contrast and enables high transmittance of light while minimising flare and ghost effects. This lens is recognised as the optimal lens for beautiful bokeh with exceptional performance at wide open apertures.
Manual telephoto lens for RF mount
The MF 85mm F1.4 RF produces incredible, vivid colors and soft pleasing out-of-focus areas, providing the tool creative photographers dream of.
8 curved blades, giving a near-circular aperture
With the round-shaped aperture with 8 curved blades, the MF 85mm F1.4 RF creates a soft mood in your photographs with beautiful bokeh, especially in shots of portrait and city lights where the background is out of focus.
Adopted special optic lenses for crystal resolution
The use of H-ASP lens for minimising distortion extremely and various aberrations in high resolution. Flare and ghost effects are also well-controlled by ultra-multi-coating technology from Samyang.
Weather sealing for protection from light rain and snow
The MF 85mm F1.4 RF applied weather sealing for protection from light rain and snow. This presents stability to the users and effectively protects the lens.
Bright aperture of F1.4
The MF 85mm F1.4 RF is designed with an F1.4 bright aperture and is perfect for low light photography, particularly in portraits. Its soft bokeh does not distract from the main subject.
|Model Name||MF 85mm F1.4 RF|
|Aperture Range||F1.4 ~ 22|
|Optical Construction||9 Elements in 7 Groups (H-ASP 1)|
|Minimum Focusing Distance||1.1m (3.6ft)|
|Magnification Ratio||x 0.09|
|Angle Of View - Full Frame||28.3˚|