Optics manufacturer TTArtisan has announced a fully-manual 25mm F2 lens for APS-C mirrorless camera mounts that costs just $55.
The lens is constructed of seven elements in five groups and offers a roughly 38mm full-frame equivalent focal length (except on Micro Four Thirds where it’s a 50mm equiv). It uses a seven-blade aperture diaphragm, has a minimum focusing distance of 25cm (9.8”), uses a 43mm front filter thread and has an aperture range of F2 through F16.
Measurements come in at 59mm (2.3”) in diameter by 31mm (1.2”) in length and weighs between 166g-189g (5.9–6.8oz), depending on the mount you get. Speaking of mounts, the lens is available in Canon RF, Canon EOS M, Fujifilm X, Leica L, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z and Sony E mount models.
The TTArtisan 25mm F2 APS-C lens is available to purchase directly through TTArtisan’s online shop for $55 in each of the aforementioned mounts.
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