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Item number: 21928
  • Suitable for APS-C sensor, for Fuji X mount
  • Optimized for videography
  • Very high speed of T/1.5
  • Ideal for landscape and architecture
  • Compact construction
  • Internal focusing, manual focusing
  • Multi-coated glass lenses including aspherical lenses
Item description

Ideal for landscape and architecture
The compact Samyang 21/1.5 Video APS-C for mirrorless system cameras is ideally suited for creative landscape and architectural shots from extraordinary perspectives, but also for street and documentary shots. Even detailed close-up shots are possible thanks to a close-up limit of only about 30 cm. Thanks to the very high speed of T/1.5, the lens delivers optimum results even in low light. The lenses optimized for videography have a stepless aperture. The aperture ring and the focus ring are equipped with a gear rim and are therefore optimized for use with a follow focus device.


High quality optics
A particularly high-quality optical construction consisting of 8 multi-coated glass lenses achieves excellent imaging results. In addition, 3 aspherical lenses (ASP) ensure the best possible correction of chromatic aberrations. Lateral incident light and lens reflections are prevented by a lens hood, which can be removed if necessary. The lens is internally focusing, so the overall length of the optics does not change. Focusing is done manually and enables precise focusing.


Using an APS-C lens on a camera with full-frame sensor
Some lenses developed for cameras with APS-C sensors can also be used on cameras with full-format sensors (mainly by using an adapter). Due to the significantly smaller image circle of APS-C lenses, the sensor area outside the image circle is black. The usable area of the image photographed with a full format camera thus equals that of a camera with an APS-C sensor and is correspondingly smaller. Therefore, the images have to be trimmed during post processing. In the video field, this method requires framing in post-production. The use of APS-C lenses on full frame cameras is therefore possible, but not recommended.


Why the aperture is sometimes given in T
In photography, the abbreviation "f" is used for aperture (from "focal length"). The given value indicates the ratio between focal length and entrance pupil at the lens. In film and video, on the other hand, the abbreviation "T", which stands for "transmission", is used. This value is calculated from the aperture f and the loss of light in the individual lens. It indicates the net brightness of the image that hits the sensor. This makes it possible to change the lens when filming: As long as the "T-Stop" is selected the same for both, it is guaranteed that two shots filmed with different lenses of the same scene are equally bright. Thus, there are no jumps in brightness when they are edited together.

Technical specification

General information

Suitable for Sensor APS-C
Field of Application Lens Architecture, Countryside, Journey
Type Wide Angle
Lens Speed 1:1,5
Length 68mm
Developed for APS-C

Specifications

Suitable for Sensor APS-C
Field of Application Lens Architecture, Countryside, Journey
Lens connection Fuji X
Type Wide Angle
Lens Speed 1:1,5
Focal Distance 21mm
Filter Diameter 58mm
Lens Diameter 64,5mm
Lenses / Groups 8 / 7
Number of Aperture Slats 9
Developed for APS-C
Internal Focusing Yes

Packaging

Girth 615mm
Height of Packaging 125mm
Length of Packaging 120mm
Packaging Material Carton
Packaging with Euro Hole No
Weight incl. Packaging 508g
Width of Packaging 120mm
Included in delivery
  • 1x Samyang 21mm T1.5 Fuji X lens
  • 1x Lens Hood
  • 2x Protective cover (front and rear)
  • 1x Lens bag
Examples of Use