The Rokinon AF 35mm F1.8 is a compact, lightweight prime lens designed for mirrorless cameras. Available for Sony’s E-mount, it works equally well as a roughly 50mm equivalent lens on APS-C or as one of the most flexible focal lengths you can buy for full-frame.
Desy Cheng looks at the detail and takes to the water to see what this well-sized, well-priced optic can do.
Rokinon AF 35mm F1.8 FE sample gallery
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