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Full frame coverage with aperture range of T1.5 - T22 New DS line that is color matched with other Rokinon DS lenses and have unified gear and aperture positions among all Rokinon Cine DS lenses 84.1 degrees angle of view on full frame cameras & 61.8 degrees angle of view on APS-C Features de-clicked apertures and follow focus compatibility and includes removable lens hoodc lens pouchc lens capsc instruction manual and 1 year Rokinon warranty Minimum focusing distance of 9.8 inches; uses filter size of 77mmExtra Description
Style: Sony A The new Rokinon Cine DS 24mm T1.5 Wide Angle Cine Lens is one of Rokinons newly introduced 2nd generation of cine lenses under its CINE DS line. The Rokinon Cine DS lineup has 3 primary advantages: 1) All of the gears are unified among all Rokinon Cine DS lenses. The focus and aperture gears are exactly aligned so that the user does not have to re-adjust his/her follow focus when swapping out lenses. 2) The new Cine DS lenses now feature dual focusing scalesc one on each side. 3) All of the Cine DS lenses are tested to be color matched to provide the same color & contrast in video production.
Great lens. Too bad it was not the focal length I needed for my project. Had to return it with some sorrow. I didnt get to use it much but I was impressed with the build quality. It came with a nice suede type drawstring sack. Had all of the caps on there and the hood. For the price a better carry case/ would be appropriate. A soft sided bag although it was a decent onec is not what you want a high quality lens to be sitting in. You want it inside a nice strong foam filled zip up case or something. Otherwise I wish I had a use for this. Eventually I would buy the whole set based on the quality of this unit. brThese used to be considered a poor mans excuse for a cinema lens. But now I see them becoming accepted as a decent tool among professionals who want to shoot on cinema primes. After handling it I realized it really is made and sized JUST like a Canon L series lens. Thats basicly what it isc an modified L-Series prime without the stabilization. But the declicked aperture and fixed gear rings are so nice. I think pulling focus on this is pretty good. It had enough distance and movement from end to end to make it a useable lens for any good 1st AC in my opinion. I tried to marry it to a BMPCC and it just didnt make the look that I needed. Otherwise it would have been a keeper.