Rumor: Samyang To Announce New ‘Fast’ 50mm Lens In 6 Days
Samyang/Rokinon (or whatever brand you know them as) will finally announce their long rumored ‘fast 50mm lens in 6 days,’ according to the latest rumors surrounding a cryptic post on their Facebook page.
Samyang to Announce New 50mm f/1.5 for MFT At Photokina
Photokina is going to be quite the show this year. I just wish I was going to be able to make it out to Cologne. We have received word of a pretty big announcement from Samyang
Samyang Teases New Announcement on April 28th, Possible Canon AF Lens Rumored…
Samyang is teasing us yet again! A few days ago on their facebook page the korean company announced that on April 28th they were inviting us to join them in the next level of creativity, citing the second stage for Samyang in 2014.
Rokinon Announces 10mm f/2.8 and 12mm f/2 Lenses For APS-C & Mirrorless
A couple wide angle “speed barriers” have just been broken, folks! What am I talking about? Well, Rokinon / Samyang / Bower have just announced new lenses, the most notable being a pair of crop-sensor / mirrorless lenses: The 10mm f/2.8 and the 12mm f/2.
Rokinon, Samyang, and Bower Lenses – A Long-Term Quality Review
These three companies, which are actually one and the same, have emerged from Korea over the past few years as…
Samyang To Announce New Lens On Friday, Possibly Rumored 50mm F/1.2
According to a post on Samyang’s official facebook page, on March 21st (this upcoming Friday) Samyang will be announcing “new stuff”. There are obviously several ways this could go, one of which is regarding a long rumored 50mm F/1.2 lens.
Samyang To Start Producing AF Lenses, Update Logo
Samyang is known for its cheap, but good performing optics. Their lenses are popular with people who can live without AF, because all of their lenses up to this point have been manual focus only. That, according to a new rumor, is soon to change.
Samyang Announces Full Frame E-Mount Lenses
Back in October Samyang promised to release versions of many of their lenses with Sony E-mounts. This is significant because the Sony A7 and A7r are full frame bodies which use the E-Mount, but until this the only E-mount lenses on the market were all for crop sensor cameras like Sony’s NEX series cameras.