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Samyang AF 45mm f/1.8 FE Review - Specifications

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Samyang AF 45mm f/1.8 FE Specifications

ManufacturerSamyang
General
Lens Mounts
  • Sony E Mount
  • Sony FE Mount
Lens
Focal Length45mm
Angle of View52.31
Max Aperturef/1.8
Min Aperturef/22
Filter Size49mm
StabilisedNo
35mm equivalentNo Data
Internal focusingYes
Maximum magnification0.12x
Focusing
Min Focus45cm
Construction
Blades9
Elements7
Groups6
Box Contents
Box ContentsNo Data
Dimensions
Weight162g
Height56.1mm

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Comments


LenShepherd 12 4.3k United Kingdom
7 Jun 2019 4:40PM
I am intrigued by your summary of "Excellent Sharpness" - have regard to edge performance being a long to long long way behind centre at apertures faster than f8.
Did you mean excellent central sharpness - and good edge sharpness at f8 and smaller apertures?
7 Jun 2019 6:56PM
I mean excellent sharpness virtually throughout the centre of the image and also at some smaller apertures. It's a summary only, but the detail is in the fuller description. On reflection, it might have read more accurately if the wording of the summary was more specific.
9 Jun 2019 1:51PM
Thanks John, I'm definitely going to pick this lens up. Can I ask when distances from the centre are you MTF centre and edge measurements taken at? Thanks
9 Jun 2019 1:52PM
Sorry, "what" are the distances?
9 Jun 2019 5:01PM
I measure at the centre and at various points at the edges. Hope that helps!
e23423 1
9 Jun 2019 9:46PM
Spec page shows data for Chinon 28mm f/2.8 Smile
10 Jun 2019 12:19AM
Thanks for that, I'm sure this will be corrected very soon.
14 Jun 2019 12:57PM
How does it perform in regards to the Samyang 50 1.4 ?
I have it and this makes me want to change Smile
14 Jun 2019 6:25PM
It depends on whether you want a more compact lens with a smaller aperture, or a larger, longer and slightly faster one. Either way, you will get sharp, satisfying images.
21 Jun 2019 11:43AM
Well, bokeh is important. If the one of the f1.4 better ? (At similar aperture of course) ?
21 Jun 2019 1:35PM
The bokeh image set does show the sort of effect that both lenses demonstrate. It is an aesthetic choice, so careful examination of those images might help. I can't be more specific at this point as a fair bit of time has passed and a fair few other lenses have been looked at as well.

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