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Samyang 10mm F3.5 ultra-wide lens

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Samyang 10mm F3.5 ultra-wide lens

Manual focus lens for EF and F mount

Samyang have announced a 10mm F3.5 manual focus ultra-wide lens with a 130 degree field of view.

The rectilinear lens is initially available in the Canon EF and Nikon F mount.

Lens info and sample images at Samyang

For some of the challenges of using such a wide lens see Keith’s Canon 11-24mm review


Samyang 10mm f/3.5

Samyang have announced a full frame 10mm focal length rectilinear lens. 10mm is very wide and in sample images, the lens looks to have relatively low distortion.


Mfr. info.

“The WORLD’S WIDEST PRIME LENS- (except fish-eye lens) XP 10mm F3.5 provides
ultimate ultra-wide-angle coverage up to 130° angle of view with crystal image quality.
Now you can capture a wide landscape with XP 10mm F3.5 architecture and indoor as well
in high resolution with distortion-free. XP 10mm F3.5 is expected to be the perfect lens
for a broader range of photographer and cinematographer who wishes to create professional photos
and videos in exceptional high resolution and solid body quality made with metal.”

Samyang 10mm




Model name XP 10mm F3.5
Aperture range F3.5 ~ F22
Lens optical construction 18 Elements in 11 Groups
Special lens ASP 3, HR 1, ED 3
Coating UMC
Minimum focusing distance 0.26m (0.85ft)
Magnification Ratio x 0.07
Diaphragm Blades 7
Filter size
Maximum Diameter 95.0mm
Mount Canon EF, Nikon F
Angle of view Full Frame 130˚
ASP-C 104˚
Length 98.1mm
Weight 731g


Info from Samyang

10mm lens design

mtf 10mm



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