TTartisan is back with its latest lens, an ultra-affordable 35mm F1.4 lens for APS-C mirrorless camera systems.
The fully-manual TTartisan 35mm F1.4 lens retails for just $80 and is available for Canon EOS M, Fuji X, Micro Four Thirds and Sony E mount camera systems. It’s constructed of seven elements in six groups, has an aperture range of F1.4-F16, uses a ten-blade aperture diaphragm and has a minimum focusing distance of 28cm (11”).
The front filter thread is 39mm and the lens measures in at 44mm (1.73”) long, 56mm (2.2”) diameter and weighs just 180g. Below is a sample gallery of images captured with the lens, provided by Photo Rumors, an authorized retailer of TTartisan gear.
You can purchase the lens over on Photo Rumors’ online shop or any other authorized TTartisan retailer.
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