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Rokinon AF 35mm f/1.4 Auto Focus Wide Angle Full Frame Lens for Sony FE Mount, Black (IO3514-E)
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- Auto focus Lens compatible with Sony FE mount
- Aperture range of F1.4-F16 with a minimum focusing distance of 0.98 feet
- Constructed of 11 elements in 9 groups and uses filter size of 67mm
- Uses ultra multi-coated glass for razor sharp images
- Includes Lens hood, Lens Caps, Lens pouch, Instruction manual and Warranty
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|Item Dimensions||7.62 x 7.62 x 11.43 cm||13 x 13.5 x 18 cm||8.2 x 7.8 x 8.2 cm||7.86 x 11.2 x 12.6 cm||10.39 x 8.71 x 11.91 cm||6.4 x 6 x 11.9 cm|
|Item Weight||0.64 kg||0.65 kg||371 grams||0.63 kg||186 grams||200 grams|
|Max Focal Length||35||35||85||35 mm||50 mm||28 mm|
|Min Focal Length||35||35||85||35 mm||50 mm||28 mm|
|Mounting Type||—||Sony||Sony||Sony E||Sony||Sony E|
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The Rokinon 35mm F1.4 Full Frame Wide Angle Auto Focus Lens is the 4th in its series of auto focus full frame lenses (14mm F2.8 AF, 35mm F2.8 AF, 50mm F1.4 AF) specifically designed for Sony E mount cameras. Designed specifically for the unique rear element to sensor distance of Sony E mount cameras, and to deliver outstanding resolution, its optical configuration of 11 elements in 9 groups utilizes 2 Aspherical and 2 High-Refractive Index lens elements. Ultra Multi Coating is also used to minimize aberrations and unnecessary light dispersion. To enhance the exceptional optical technology of the ROKINON 35mm F1.4 AF, a new, quiet, fast, and precise IF (Internal Focusing) autofocus system is employed for superior focus detection that will capture any moment clearly. The bright F1.4 maximum aperture takes the stress out of working in difficult lighting conditions, and provides shallow depth of field for greater point of focus control, while the circular 9-blade diaphragm delivers pleasing bokeh at all settings. Additional features include a durable all metal housing with a user-friendly grip, a removable and reversible for storage lens hood, and full compatibility with APS-C Sony E-mount cameras, where it will provide an equivalent focal length of approximately 52mm for a “normal” angle of view. The new ROKINON 35mm F1.4 AF Full Frame lens for Sony E is designed to appeal to enthusiasts and professionals who are ready to take the next step up in wide angle photography where outstanding image clarity, contrast, color fidelity, high corner to corner resolution are priority.
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Other things to consider: Video was pretty nice with pretty quick and accurate AF but you can hear the AF motor if not using off camera sound. The lack of AF/MF switch is a huge bother for me as I use the AF/MF/AEL switch on my A7RII as my Eye-AF button. This means switch from AF to MF or back requires multiple steps. That was actually a bid deal for me that I didn't consider. There are workarounds but why do I need to change? I'd rather change my gear for my style of shooting. Finally, the chromatic aberration is terrible. Let's be honest, the Zeiss FE 35 is too but you get the Zeiss "pop" with that lens that straight out of camera, this lens does not have.
I will likely pick up the new Sigma Art 35mm 1.4 and compare it to this when it comes out and end up keeping one. For now, I'd definitely recommend the Rokinon over the Zeiss 1.4 given its documented decentering issues.