7Artisans 35mm F/0.95 Lens Announced

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    Chinese lens manufacturer 7Artisans has just announced a new lens compatible with APS-C cameras: the 7Artisans 35mm F/0.95. This entirely manual lens will be available in Sony E-mount, Canon M-mount, Nikon Z-mount, FUJIFILM X-mount, and MFT lens mount. Let’s take a closer look at it!

    7Artisans 35mm F/0.95 – Features

    If you’re new to 7Artisans, this Chinese lens manufacturer is known for making very fast manual photographic lenses at an affordable price.

    The company announced the launch of a new lens compatible with DSLR/Mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensors: the 7Artisans 35mm F/0.95. It’ll be available in Sony E, FUJIFILM X, Canon M, Nikon Z, and MFT mounts.

    The lens is entirely manual (focus and aperture) with a de-clicked aperture, and it is made out of metal. It’s a pretty compact and lightweight lens at just 369g/13oz.

    Image credit: 7artisans

    The lens design consists of 11 elements in 8 groups. The minimum focusing distance is only 37cm/14.5in. The front of the lens has a 52mm filter thread to attach filters.

    Image credit: 7Artisans
    Price and Availability

    The 7Artisans 35mm F/0.95 should start shipping at the end of November for a price of $255.

    This price is really affordable for a lens this fast. As a comparison, the SIGMA 35mm F/1.4 DG HSM Art retails for $899, the Canon EF 35mm F/1.4L II USM is $1799, and the Samyang AF 35mm f/1.8 FE is $399.

    I’m curious to see the first real-world footage shot with this lens. Indeed, with a maximum aperture of F/0.95, the image might be really soft if the lens is wide open. As you can imagine, you’ll probably have to stop the lens a bit to get tack sharp results.

    What do you think about this new 7Artisans lens? What 35mm lens do you use on your APS-C camera? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below!

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