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|Filter thread||Front: 72 mm|
|Dimensions (dxl)||Approx. 2.75 x 3.25" (69.85 x 82.55 mm)|
|Weight||1.4 lb (635 g)|
|Focal length||85 mm
Comparable APS-C Focal Length: 127.5 mm
|Camera mount type||Pentax K|
|Angle of view||28.3°|
|Format compatibility||Pentax Digital (APS-C)
35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
|Minimum focus distance||3.3' (1.01 m)|
I wanted to get a prime portrait lens but simply could not afford the Nikon lenses for my D7000. When I saw the Rokinon 85 mmf/1.4 with the AE chip on sale, I had a hard time saying "no" to this lens after reading the excellent reviews online.First, the construction is solid and offers metal...
It took awhile to get used to the quirks: "fast" lens can mean razor thin, impractical depth of field with no room for error (depends on subject distance and aperture); can't focus on things closer than 3 feet; some obvious chromatic aberration on a snowy day (the bane of very fast lenses); manual...
I had done enough research to satisfy my curiosity about the product and was not disappointed in it at all. It does what it says it does and that's all there is to it. The lack of autofocus might be a problem for some but it is clearly labeled and marketed as manual focus so this shouldn't be a...
Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction
Very happy with that lens even is at full aperture it is sometimes hard to focus. That the cons of the manual focus. The image is nearly as sharp as the Nikon one.
One of my favorite lenses on the planet and I couldn't be happier with my purchase!!!
great little lens all MANUAL focus but it works great and the pictures it produces are amazing especially if stopped down a bit.
Only good from f/2.2 and up. Anything lower is blurry.
It's not worth it. I have taken less than 25 shots with this lens. The problem it has is extremely common--the aperture sticks open after you take a shot. It might happen after one shot, or two, or seven. So suddenly you're shooting wide open instead of the aperture you manually selected.
Great midrange lens for portraits
Hobbyist photographer here so you can't pay for the best of the best when your not making income. I wanted a 85 mm prime for a long time. The price range for Sony/ Minolta is great,and go figure I love Sony. After reading the reviews I went for it.