Samyang MF 14mm f / 2.8 WS Mk2 for Nikon F
Blending advanced optics and sophisticated handling, Samyan's Nikon F-mount MF 14mm f / 2.8 WS Mk2 lens is an ultra-wide-angle prime that is especially suited for landscape photography, architecture and astrophotography applications. Featuring a 14-element, 10-group optical design, this lens uses a series of high-refractive, low-dispersion, and aspherical elements to reduce color fringing, aberrations, and distortions for crisp, clear, and colorful images. precise. Also included is an ultra-multi coating, as well as a built-in petal-shaped lens hood, to suppress lens flare and ghosting to enhance contrast when working in bright, direct lighting conditions. Complementing the imaging features, manual focus operation is employed, with an internal focus design, allowing you to work with subjects up to 11 "away, and the metal housing is weather-sealed to allow working in close quarters. inclement conditions. In addition,
Prime Ultra Wide is designed for FX-format F-mount Nikon cameras, but can also be used with DX models where it provides a 21mm equivalent focal length.
Complex 14-element, 10-group optical design includes one aspherical element, one hybrid aspherical element, two extra-low dispersion elements, and three high-refractive index elements, which combine to reduce spherical and chromatic aberrations and color fringing as well as to improve sharpness, clarity and color accuracy.
An ultra multilayer has been applied to individual elements to minimize ghosting and flare to increase contrast and color neutrality when working in bright lighting conditions.
The manual focus design allows you to work with subjects up to 11 "away, and an internal focus design maintains the full length of the lens during operation.
The built-in petal-shaped lens hood blocks stray light from reaching the front element and also offers some physical protection against light impacts.
Weather-sealed designer suits that perform in harsh weather conditions.
The focus lock ring allows the focus position to be fixed to prevent accidental changes, benefiting astrophotography and other forms of long-exposure, interval-based or other long-term stationary shooting.
The aperture ring click removal function allows the aperture ring to not stop at every f-stop like cinema lenses do. This selectable function will allow the brightness to be adjusted continuously and smoothly with much more detail between stops.
The Nikon F-mount version of this lens incorporates electronic contacts that allow Exif data to be transferred between the lens and the camera to support certain automatic exposure modes, as well as focus confirmation functions.