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TTArtisan 21mm F1.5 Full Frame Wide Angle Lens

TTArtisan 21mm F1.5 Full Frame Wide Angle Lens

Normaler Preis $227.00
Normaler Preis $239.00 Verkaufspreis $227.00
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Only suitable for mirrorless cameras, not suitable for DSLR cameras

TTArtisan 21mm F1.5 Lens is one of the smallest and lightest full frame wide-angle lenses. It’s all-metal boby with 13 elements in 11 groups and 10 diaphragm blades, weighing only 0.9lb/412g. Included a detachable square lens hood and a round filter holder(filter size:72mm) that help to block stray light from causing lens flare and also offer some physical protection to the front of the lens.

  • The large aperture of F1.5 and the focal length of 21mm enable to display more information of the background and the spatial three-dimensionality in the humanities theme. A wide enough perspective can be obtained in landscapephotography.
  • The lens structure of TTArtisan M21/1.5 is 11 sets of 13 pieces and the length is 70mm. Maybe the smallest lens of the same specification.
  • F1.5 large aperture:The maximum aperture of this lens is F1.5 is matched with the wide-angle focal length of 21mm.
  • Compatible with L system camera, supports manual focus.
  • Detachable lens hood with round filter holder. Aperture ring: Clicked Aperture.
    Package List
    • 1 x TTArtisan 21mm F/1.5 Lens for L Mount Camera
    • 1 x Front Lens Cover
    • 1 x Rear Lens Cover
    • 1 x Packing box
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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    john young
    Nice lens and plenty of fun

    This lens is a lot of fun. Easy to focus and adjust. Incredible value for the money. Shipping was excellent and order processed very fast BRAVO orig size https://flic.kr/p/2pgwbAk

    Van Smith

    I bought this lens for astrophotography. I'm using it on a Sony A7RII, which has an excellent sensor that will expose the flaws of just about any lens if you examine an image's pixels. However, I believe Sony's thick sensor stack tends to cause corner problems for wide angle lenses like this one. Nevertheless, I have been happy with the images that I been able to achieve so far.The build quality is good, being all metal. The lens is hefty without being heavy. The lens looks good. I like the feel of the aperture ring and focusing is smooth. Due to the lens geometry, I suggest keeping on the metal lens hood, which accommodates a metal cap.For the price, aperture size, focal length, quality and image characteristics, I am very happy with my purchase.I have attached two images that came straight out of the camera as jpg's. I am a beginner at astrophotography and I was in a hurry last night when I took the photos. I had to frequently wipe dew from the lens because of fog and 100% humidity.