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Full frame compatible with a 24.8 degree angle of view on full frame cameras and a 15.4 degree angle of view on APS-C cameras Constructed of 15 Glass Elements in 12 Groups and boasts a minimum focusing distance of only 1.0 ft. Aperture range of T3.1 - T32 with 9 diaphragm blades Rokinon Cine DS Lens line with unified gearsc color matchingc dual focusing scales and Ultra Multi-Coated (UMC) Glass Includes lens capsc removable lens hoodc lens pouchc instruction manual & 1 year warrantyExtra Description
Style: Nikon On the heels of the recently introduced Rokinon 135mm T2.2 Cine DS Lensc Rokinon expands its already impressive Full Frame Prime Lens lineup with the Rokinon Cine DS 100mm T3.1 ED UMC Digital Telephoto Macro Cine Lens. Highly versatilec the 100mm short telephoto focal length is great for portraiture and candidsc while the close focusing ability to 12 inchesc without the need for any additional accessoriesc provides ample working distance and a 1:1 (Life Size) reproduction ratio. This high speed telephoto cine lens features a circular 9-blade diaphragm for superb out-of-focus highlights (Bokeh)c a non-rotating filter mountc high performance ED glass elementsc UMC anti-reflective Ultra Multi-Coatingc close focusing to only 1 foot and is tightly color matched to the Rokinon Cine DS lens system. In additionc the Rokinon 100mm T3.1 Cine DS features de-clicked aperture controlc standardized focus and aperture gear positions for quick lens changes with follow focus devicesc calibration in T-stopsc and dual calibrated right and left side distance and aperture scales. The 100mm T3.1 Cine DS version is initially available in mounts for Canon EOSc Nikonc Sony Ec Sony A and Micro 4/3.
I cant rave enough about this lens. It enabled me to shoot macro shots like never before on my RED Scarlet. It has an awesome dual-scale measurementc perfectly smooth iris and focus throw and its actually really stellar as a normal telephoto-length lens for cinema work. br brYou cant beat the pricec to be sure - but I think youd be hard pressed to beat the performance for less than 10x the price. I like it more than the Canon 100mm 2.8 honestlyc because focus pulling is just so much more realistic.