Rokinon  14mm F2.8 AF Wide Angle Full Frame Auto Focus Lens for Canon EF Mount
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Rokinon 14mm F2.8 AF Wide Angle Full Frame Auto Focus Lens for Canon EF Mount

SKU: RK1428AFCA MFR: IO14AF-C
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A No Brainer!

By Al J.

Read the reviews both positive and negative, weighed my options as I'm sure you are since you're reading this. Was going use this for portraits mainly, so "IS" wasn't a necessity (using a tripod). After taking a few "test shots" I have to say I'm amazed on the quality of the glass and clarity. Edges and center are sharp, Boken even in low light was really good. I am a "Red Ring" Canon lens fan-boy and with 98% of my lens being L-Series. I've no regrets to adding this to my stable of glass.

 

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For limited time only, save 34% on the Rokinon Auto Focus dropping from $799.00 to $529.00 when you buy this item at Adorama.com and Shipping is free! The Rokinon Auto Focus also comes in Rokinon 14mm F2.8 AF Wide Angle, Full Frame AF - 85mm f/1.4 AF Lens Canon EF, Rokinon 14mm F2.8 AF WA, AF - 85mm f/1.4 AF Lens Canon EF W/Rokinon Lens Station and a Rokinon 14mm F2.8 AF WA, Full Frame AF Lens for Canon EF W/Rokinon Lens Station.

New 14mm F2.8 AF Full Frame Ultra-Wide for Canon EF-Mount. This 14mm prime is not only Rokinon's first auto focus lens engineered for Canon, but it also is their first model to offer weather sealing. Built for the rigors of professional use and uncompromised optical performance, it easily meets or exceeds the performance characteristics of other professional / "luxury" ultra-wides.

Designed from the ground up specifically for Canon EOS Digital Full Frame DSLR's, this ultra-wide offers a bright F2.8 aperture, uncompromised optical performance, sealing against the elements and a rounded seven blade aperture for pleasing bokeh and star effects. Compared to others in its class, the Rokinon 14mm F2.8 AF Prime for Canon EF Mount provides reduced size and weight, a wider angle of view of 116.6½, and its new AF design takes advantage of the minimized weight and movement of the focusing lens group for accurate, faster, and even quieter in operation than competing systems.

A total of fifteen elements in ten groups along with UMC anti-reflective coatings are utilized to maximize image quality. One Extra Low Dispersion, two Aspherical and four High Refractive Index lens elements combine for outstanding image clarity, contrast, color fidelity, and high resolution from the center to the corners of the image as can be seen on its MTF chart. Additional features include a durable all metal housing with a built in lens hood, a Manual / Auto Focus switch and full compatibility with APS-C Canon EF Mount Cameras, where it will provide an equivalent focal length of approximately 22.4mm.

Designed for use with: Canon 1DX,Canon 1DX Mark I,Canon 1DX Mark II,Canon 1DX RW and 14 more

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
Christopher O  I wanted a fast, wide angle lens for astrophotography and didn't have $2200 for the Canon lens.
Camal H  To see if i need it. something new.
Bill B  Good Reviews and price
Brad R  Good price for great lens
Trevor T  Great value compared to other lenses in this market
Sandra C  I have had my eye on this wide angle lens for quite a while to match up with my Canon 7D Mark II. When it was featured again with a huge savings, I knew it was time to make my purchase.
TRAVIS R  Needed a wide angle lens to add to my bag and couldn't pass up the autofocus capability
SEBASTIAN H  Any way to add filter on this lens (Rokinon 14mm F2.8 AF)?
ROSS H  Yes,and no. There are no screw-in filters available for this lens, but that doesn't mean you can get filters to use with it. As an example, Lee Filters has the SW150 Mark II holder that is designed to be used with this lens and 150mm x 150mm square filters. This holder can accept up to two such filters, but, it isn't cheap. You can expect to pay a fair amount for the holder and the filters can be expensive. If you decide to go that route, I would pay some attention to reviews, looking at the pros and cons each holder may have, and you should be able to come to a decision about how to proceed. I hope this helps, Sebastian!
Cooper M  There is no way to use a threaded filter. There are domed ND filters that might work. Also, if you are using the canon EOS R you can buy an lens adapter with a drop in variable ND or polarizer.
MARK S  Probably not. The outer lenses is convex, extending outward.
Cameron B  I believe you will need something like the "LEE Filters SW150 Mark II Filter System Holder for Wide-Angle Lenses" - I have not tried it yet, but it will require a large, square filter on the front. A 105mm circular filter is still too small.
BRIAN D  Not that I am aware of. The glass protrudes the barrel and the lens hood is non-removable. The Lens cap slips on over the hood and there are no threads.
Daniel B  The best way to do it is with a matte box.
Andrew R  This lens is not equipped with a threaded filter ring.
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