Samyang AE 8 mm f/3.5 Aspherical IF MC Fish-eye

Kraków, November 25th 2011. The sole distributor of Samyang products for Europe, Delta Company has released the new Samyang AE 8mm Aspherical IF MC Fish-eye CS with the Nikon mount. This new lens improved without a microprocessor to replace the previous model. The lens has been equipped with an electronic circuit and allows for full control of exposure parameters from the camera level, and makes it easy to use i-TTL flash automatics. The lens construction consists of 10 elements placed in 7 optical groups, including one hybrid aspherical lens element designed to reduce chromatic aberrations. The lens available on sale retail price of €325.

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The Samyang AE 8mm f/3.5 Aspherical IF MC Fish-eye CS is designed for cameras with a DX sized sensor. The integrated microprocessor offers a light measurement system that is effective in all photography modes and for all types of Nikon DSLR cameras. All of lenses are covered with multi-layered, anti-reflexive coating of new generation to provide highest quality.

Specification:

* Model : 8 mm f/3.5 Aspherical IF MC Fish-eye
* Lens style : fish-eye
* Focal length : 8 mm
* Max. aperture : f/3.5
* Angle of view : 180
* Min. focusing distance : 0.3 m
* Min. aperture : 22
* Number of diaphragm blades : 6
* Auto focus type : MF
* Lens Construction : 10 elements / 7 Groups / 1 aspherical lens
* Available mounts : Canon, Nikon, KM/Sony, Pentax, 4/3, Samsung NX
* Dimensions : 75 x 74.8 mm
* Weight :435 g


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