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Load image into Gallery viewer, Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras
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Load image into Gallery viewer, Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras
Load image into Gallery viewer, Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras
Load image into Gallery viewer, Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras
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Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras

4.4
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  • Full frame compatible with an 18.8 degree angle of view on full frame cameras and a 12.4 angle of view on APS-C cameras
  • Rokinon Ultra Multi-Coated (UMC) Optics
  • Minimum Focusing Distance of 2.6 ft. with fast apertures of f2.0 - f22
  • Features 9 diaphragm blades and includes a removable lens hood
  • Includes lens pouch, front and rear lens caps, removable lens hood and 1 year Rokinon warranty

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Customer Reviews

it's pretty cheap price wise Yeah, it's manual focus.Yeah, it's made in Korea.Yeah, it's pretty cheap price wise.However, you get a lot of bang for your buck with this lens. It is razor sharp wide open, and is built very well. The large ribbed focus knob is buttery smooth, making focusing easy. Minimum distance is two, maybe two and a half feet. My only complaint (and I am reaching here) is that the hood is pretty cheap, and a pain to use with a filter. But, the price and performance of this lens are both top notch. I have included a few shots, they were all done with Ilford super black and white 400, using a nikon f4 and this lens. 5Fantastic lens. I've been using this for astrophotography and ... Fantastic lens. I've been using this for astrophotography and it's yeilded very good results. The lens is heavier than I thought it would be, throwing off the tracking a bit. There is very little vignetting even wide open at f/2, chromatic abberation is minor as well. The focus ring is smooth, hard to nudge, and bracketed at infinity making focus very easy and less annoying than other focus rings. It has a manual aperature ring with no way to control through the camera, which is fine for me. The lens hood it comes with is a little loose and jiggles with no way of locking it in place (that I've discovered). It produces very sharp and amazing images during normal use (outside of AP) with a satisfying amount of bokeh. Due to its field of view (with APSC) it's not ideal for portraits and the like, but does great at smaller objects or distant objects. Overall a great lens for a comparsbly cheap price. 52 Pound Tank Delivers Images I purchased this lens in February 2015 and have it paired with an Olympus OMD E-M5.My initial thoughts were to take advantage of the CMOS sensor which adapts the lens to equivalency of 270mm and use it for birding, but after playing with the lens I have some reservations that I will describe. The lens is built solid out of metal, glass and a tough modern impact-resistant polymer. There's nothing "plasticy" about it. Focusing is achieved manually and is smooth, well-dampered and stiff. Focusing is not achievable by moving a finger across the barrel, but requires considerable effort to rotate (this may improve or loosen up over time). The focusing grip is ribbed rubber. There's a bit of play in the aperture ring, scaled from F2 to F22. I like that the ring is marked MFT to denote camera platform. There is a negligible bit of play in the mount to the EM-5. The lens comes with a pouch and a decent bayonet-style lens hood. The lens weighs in at an ounce or two short of 2 lbs and extends 6-inches from the camera, which leads for cumbersome ergonomics on the EM-5. The front-heavy balance is improved with addition of the handgrip and battery pack. I would imagine ergonomics are also improved on an Oly EM-1. For kicks, I also mounted the lens to an Oly Pen EP-2, which resulted in a ridiculous front-heavy platform. On the EM-5 be sure to adjust image stabilizer for a 135mm lens.The lens is not chipped for electronic contact with the Oly (the Nikon mount version is). I set preferences to Aperture Piority (Manual setting will also work). The lens has 9 rounded blades that yield nearly round iris which provids gorgeous creamy Bokeh shot wide open. I have not played too much with portrait compositions, but I would expect this lens would deliver. I see very little chromatic abberation. Flairing is prominent (albiet I don't intend to shoot into the sun). The lens is sharp wide open and seems to improve/optimize near 5.6. I have not done any extensive comparisons.Lens is a bit of an enigma as it defeats the stealth "go light" aesthetic of the u4/3 platform and I don't know why anyone would buy it for a DSLR given the amount of terrific legacy glass available for less than $600.Pros:-Nice build quality comparable to vintage Nikon glass from the 70's or 80's. Reminds me of Cosina Voightlander products.-Smooth well-dampered manual focusing.-Gorgeous Bokeh.-Capable of very sharp images, especially on 5-axis stablized Olympus platformCons:-Cost. $550-600. I purchased the Rokinon version.-Heavy. Almost 2 lbs.-Some play in lens to camera mount.-Some play in aperture ring.-Lens focuses to infinity, but barrel does not extend to marking that denotes infinity.Here's a shot of 1962 Godzilla. Minor auto-balance tweeks. 4Sharp even wide open and the bokeh is gorgeous! I like to shoot portraits and 135mm on full frame sensors is my most favorite focal length; this lens is the first native 135mm for the Sony E-mount. I already have the Rokinon (aka Samyang) 85mm f/1.4 and I love it, so as soon as this lens became available I decided to make an order. I just received mine today and did some quick test shots and can confirm that the 135mm f/2 by Rokinon is incredibly sharp even wide open. To me, the 100% crops are jaw dropping. The bokeh is also creamy and gorgeous. As you know, this is a manual focus lens but focus peaking on the Sony a7 series cameras makes focusing very easy. What also helps is that the focus throw of this lens is long unlike some other lenses. The build quality is good (seems like the exterior is made of high quality plastics) but I don't think it is weather sealed (Rokinon did not make that claim as far as I know). Overall, I am very satisfied. I will try to update this review when I spend more time with this baby.UPDATE 1 (04 March 2015): After taking more shots with this lens I can still confirm that it is tack sharp. It is not Zeiss APO sharp corner-to-corner but still, you are getting A LOT of bang for the buck. I took shots of stationary birds at f/2.0 using this lens on an A7ii and the feathers of the birds were still clearly visible and sharp after heavy cropping. The colors that this lens renders are good but I won't call them great compared to the more expensive primes by Zeiss (could be the coatings); I find myself always increasing the saturation in Lightroom for more pop. When shooting wide open, I did notice dark vignetting at the corners but that is easily corrected in post processing and it is something that you can find in much more expensive lenses. This does not bother me at all. So far, I did not notice fringing or chromatic aberration which, in comparison, is something you will notice right away if you are using the Sony Zeiss 135mm/1.8 made for the Alpha mount (which sells for three times the price of this lens). Again, I've had the Rokinon 135mm lens for less than 3 weeks but I just wanted to provide a quick update of my experience with it after using it for taking more than 200 shots. Considering the price and the performance, I still think that this lens is worth my five stars rating. If it was selling for double that price I might have just docked one point and gave it 4 out of 5 for the vignetting, colors (kinda!), and lack of weather sealing.UPDATE 2 (02 January /2016): This is actually my third update but, for some reason, Amazon never published my second one which I tried to post some months ago. Anyways! I am happy to report that after using this lens for more than 1000 shots, I still find it an absolute gem. I am a 135mm fanatic and this lens does not disappoint at all. Wherever I go, I make sure that it is in my camera bag; always picking it over the more versatile and much more expensive 70-200. The quality of the bokeh and subject separation are just incredible and the sharpness wide-open leaves nothing to be desired. After using it extensively, I found that its main weakness is that the contrast drops when you focus on far bright subjects close to infinity (i.e. the sky). For portraits though, I still find this lens to be unbeatable unless if you are willing to pay four times the price to get the Zeiss 135mm APO (as I said above). In the past, many people slammed rokinon/samyang for low quality control, but so far, I had no issues whatsoever with this lens. The focus ring is still buttery smooth and the quality of the photos I get from this lens is consistent. I attached few of the shots I took with this lens, all at f/2. 5Amazingly sharp lens corner to corner Ok, so the camera I use it with is an APS-C size, which means it's smaller than a full frame camera. Since I do astrophotography, sharpness, especially at the corners, is crucial. Even wide open, this lens beats my best zoom the 70-200 f2.8 Canon lens which is my workhorse telephoto. And it beats it by a very wide margin, no color aberration (which the Canon does show full open) and much tighter stars.The only small downside to the lens is the vignetting. Light does fall quite sharply at the corners, but a good flat will cure it. Flats are also a bit difficult to get right, took me two tried to get a good set of flats. Any small light fluctuation shows up in this lens.But that's also where the lens shines. At one full stop wider than the Canon, this thing literally gulps light. Takes half the exposure time as the Canon, and actually even less as I've always had to stop down the Canon to f/4 to get decent sharp stars. So basically 4 times the light exposure at comparable performance. I find myself now shooting mostly unguided, since the exposures are so short. 4BUY IT, TRUST ME Wow!!! I just got my lens in the mail today....I have tried out soooo many lenses....and this lens is by far the sharpest. I've tried the L series lenses, USM, Tamron, Sigma etc..etc...all those lenses are great too...but this one is simply sharper than all of them!!! I have read complaints about the focus ring being stiff, I think that is better for accuracy in manual focusing. I have the Rokinon 85mm 1.4 and I wish that focus ring was like this one. Being stiff or tighter plus having a long throw (about 1 1/2 to 2 turns) gives you a wider spectrum so to speak to hit the sweet spot. It is all manual focus and great....AMAZING for portraits (being manual focus it is not preferred to use for action sports i.e the fast movement of subjects) It is sharp at every f stop...it has a sturdy build, the lens hood is removable and overall performance of this lens is amazing!! If you are not comfortable with manual focus you should give it a shot esp if your camera has a manual focus aid or manual focus peaking etc. I have the Sony a7rii and I can focus quicker on a persons eyeball or face quicker than I can with my Canon 85 1.8 and my Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8. There are reasons photographers prefer it over auto focus for portrait photography because it allows full control over where and what is in or out of focus. It also makes you slow down and be more precise rather than hitting the autofocus and taking twice as many images at times. I can go on and on about this and I usually just give ratings don't really write reviews, but I am writing this one so anyone who reads this it is unsure about buying it etc...do it!!! For only around $500...this lens could easily sell for $800 to $1,200 and I would still buy it. I am doing a photo shoot tomorrow and a Birthday shoot on Saturday and I'll update this with the images from those shoots. Sorry for such a long review but I felt it was necessary 5Gorgeous glass, bargain price Outstanding lens. Very sharp, great color and contrast. A breeze to use on Fuji X-series cameras (I use it on an X-T2 and an X-E2), especially with Fuji's focus peaking assist enabled.You definitely need a solid support system or a fast shutter speed with this lens, but when handled right, it's sharp and beautiful down to f2.Image here is straight out of camera Jpeg from an X-T2 at f2 5Believe the hype this lense is awesome. I have auto focus prime and zoom lenses ... Just a phenomenal piece of glass. Get it in focus at f2 and you will swear this must be f8. Its that sharp wide open. Believe the hype this lense is awesome. I have auto focus prime and zoom lenses but none of them are this sharp wide open. The bokeh is absolutely silky and the focus ring is smooth and a great pleasure to use and makes focusing this manual lense a treat. If you had any questions of how good this is just buy it . you simply will not regret it 5A true APO for astrophotography I got this to connect to my ASI1600MM-C for a portable, widefield astrophotography setup and just... WOW! The ASI1600MM-C I'm using has a 21.9mm diagonal, and I selected the Canon mount so that I'm able to have plenty of room for my filters/filter wheel. Note this review is from my use perspective and won't hold perfectly true for a 43mm diagonal sensor.Corner to corner, optical performance is as near flawless wide open as I've ever seen. Coma and astigmatism are non-existent and color correction is perfect within what I can measure - There is absolutely no change to the size of stars when moving between different filters. Vignetting isn't bad at all, though I do understand it is about the only weakness of this lens on a full frame sensor.Build is very good as well - There aren't any flexure in the focus ring or aperture dial, and the plastic used seems to be of a good quality. The supplied lens hood is decent enough as well. It's certainly no Otus but it feels better than most of the plastic kit lenses I've used.In short, if autofocus isn't important to you and you like the 135mm focal range, there is little reason to pass this lens up! 5Worth It! For some time I had been looking for a nice, fast prime that I could replace my 70-200mm with. I almost settled for Nikon's 135mm..I bought this lens after seeing some amazing sample images and learning that the Nikon mount came with a chip for focus confirmation and exposure metering.Jumping from autofocus to manual focus has been a bit of a learning curve, but well worth it. The long throw of the focus ring makes nailing focus much easier. Getting the shot in focus at f/2 hand held is possible, but is always easier on a tripod.On my D800, images are sharp from center to edge at f/4. In my opinion, this lens will bring out the full potential of any camera body behind it.My only gripe with the lens is how hard the focus ring turns - it is just a tad too hard to rotate quickly. If you don't need to focus on objects moving toward you it shouldn't be an issue.I've attached some images taken at f/2...no sharpening added. 5
Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras

Rokinon 135mm F2.0 ED UMC Telephoto Lens for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Interchangeable Lens Cameras

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€693,00
Sale price
€693,00
Regular price
€1.144,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€451,00)