Samyang AF 12mm F2 for Sony Mirrorless Camera
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Samyang AF 12mm F2 for Sony Mirrorless Camera

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    • E-Mount Lens / APS-C Format
    • Aperture Range: f/2.0 to f/22
    • 1 ASPH, 1 HR Index, and 2 ED Elements
    • UMC Ultra Multi-Coating
    • Linear STM Autofocus Motor
    • Minimum Focus Distance: 7.48"
    • Weather-Sealed Construction
    • Filter Size: 62mm
    • 7-Blade Diaphragm
    • Petal Lens Hood and Fitted Case





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    What's in the Box?
    • Samyang 12mm f/2.0 AF Compact Ultra-Wide Angle Lens for Sony E-Mount
    • Petal Lens Hood
    • Front Lens Cap
    • Rear Lens Cap
    • Lens Case

    Warranty

    2 Years Local Manufacturer Warranty


    Customer Reviews

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    Ahmad Faiz Abdul Aziz
    Awesome Service

    I was initially reluctant to order direct from Futuromic store as I'm more confident with buying through Shopee or Lazada these days. It ended up being a relatively painless process and my item was also packed very securely so kudos to the Futuromic team.

    The best surprise was that I received it prior to Hari Raya as I expected it to take a lot longer to arrive, being a pre-order item and all.

    The lens itself is a nice upgrade over its Manual brother (which I also once had), with much better coatings (much better flare control), AF (makes it actually usable for video and non-astro use now) and weather sealing. The included case is pretty nice as well, as is the solid pre-order freebies.

    Downsides are that it's no longer metal-bodied (it's largely plastic now), the hood isn't reversible (makes mounting step-ups for oversized filters a chore) and the focus-by-wire does not have a hard stop at infinity (expected but still disappointing, especially for astro).

    But for such a tiny lens (and such a wide FOV), it's still a must get if 12mm is something you personally find appealling - especially considering that it's only other real rival is the Zeiss Touit.