Samyang has announced a new XP 50mm F1.2 lens for Canon DSLR cameras with full frame image sensor.
The new Samyang XP 50mm F1.2 is a manual focus prime lens designed for high resolution Canon DSLR cameras. Claimed to have a resolution of more than 50 megapixels for photography and 8K for video recordings. The portrait-length prime can also be used with APS-C models where it will provide a 75mm equivalent focal length with cameras like EOS 77D and 80D.
The Samyang XP 50mm F1.2 is the third lens of the premium XP series following in the footsteps of the XP 85mm f/1.2 and XP 14mm f/2.4. The suggested retail price of the Samyang XP 50mm F1.2 will be approximately $899 in US, available from March 2018.
Samyang Optics launches the Premium Photo Lens XP 50mm F1.2 for Canon full frame DSLR cameras
Global optics brand, Samyang Optics, is pleased to unveil the Premium Photo Lens – XP 50mm F1.2 for Canon full frame DSLR cameras. The XP 50mm F1.2 is the third lens of the premium line up, XP series, created under the motto of ‘Excellence in Performance’. The XP 50mm F1.2 lens is expected to expand the brand power of Samyang in the premium lens market thanks to its great image quality, following in the footsteps of the XP 14mm F2.4, XP 85mm F1.2.
The moment of the drama with absolute resolution
This lens, built for DSLR cameras, has a resolution of more than 50 megapixels for photography and 8K for video. The XP 50mm F1.2 manual focus lens enables you to capture those dramatic moments in perfect image quality with a bright F1.2 aperture. In particular, it optimizes for portraits, capturing the delicate change of the eye at the time of a portrait, right down to a strand of hair, and bright and beautiful skin colour. You can express unconstrained depth with the bright aperture, while the 9 blades also deliver beautiful bokeh, starburst, and out-focusing effects. Also, you can even achieve high image quality in low light conditions and indoors thanks to the fast shutter speed
Excellence in Performance
The lens features 11 lenses in 8 groups, helping to minimize distortion and various aberrations, while producing crystal clear resolution. The special optic lenses, aspherical lens, and high-refractive lens deliver sharp and vivid images to camera sensors by effectively tuning the light path, and, thanks to the ultra multi-coating, flare and ghosting effects can be controlled.
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