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IRIX 11mm f/4 Blackstone Lens for Canon EF

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IRIX 11mm f/4 Blackstone Lens for Canon EF
Key Features
  • Canon EF-Mount/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/4 to f/22
  • Three Aspherical Elements
  • Two ED and Four HR Elements
Distinguished by its refined physical construction, the 11mm f/4 Blackstone Lens from Irix is an ultra-wide prime designed for Canon EF-mount DSLRs. As a rectilinear lens, the advanced optical layout makes use of aspherical, extra-low dispersion, and high-refractive index elements to control distortion and aberrations for accurate, and sharp rendering with a high degree of clarity and color accuracy. Additionally, a Neutrino coating has also been applied to the lens to control flare and ghosting for improved contrast when working in strong lighting conditions.
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Anyone using this with a c100 mkii? If so, ...

Anyone using this with a c100 mkii? If so, thoughts?
Asked by: Todd
The IRIX 11mm f/4 Blackstone Lens for Canon EF is an excellent choice for someone interested in a super wide angle rectilinear lens for the C100 Mk II Digital Cinema Camera. The rectilinear design limits image distortion and the lens uses a positive lock mechanism that will make it easier to pull focus consistently and accurately.
Answered by: jabarih
Date published: 2022-01-12

Will this work on the BMPCC4K with a Metabones ...

Will this work on the BMPCC4K with a Metabones Speedbooster (MFT to EF) ? Will there be vignetting?
Asked by: Jake
Both the 0.71 and the 0.64 Metabones Speedbooster, show little to no vignetting.
Answered by: David B
Date published: 2023-04-18

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Can someone please explain or help me to understand how to read the hyperfocal scale on this lens? I have never had a problem using hyperfocal scales on any of my other lenses, but this one is quite perplexing to me, there are so many values on it.
Asked by: Paul R.
If you are old school and know how to use the hyperfocal scale on manual lenses, then work as you have before. If you wish, you can also use the innovative hyperfocal indication line but really it is meant for others. That is because, ever since auto focus lenses came into use, they have mostly come without manual aperture scales since they had no place for the scales to be applied. Therefore a generation of photographers has grown up not knowing what they are for or how to use them. With Irix's hyperfocal line, the new user determines what aperture they are using, moves the focus ring to line up the aperture number on the Irix hyperfocal line with the lens focus mark. Then they look to the aperture numbers on the traditional scale to see the hyperfocal distance or the area that is in acceptable focus. To old users it is not necessary, to new users it is very helpful.
Answered by: Dennis A L.
Date published: 2022-03-15

Is there an 150mm filter holder for this lens

Is there an 150mm filter holder for this lens
Asked by: Harold
Not that I know of that we sell, there may be some coming soon from Nisi, Lee, Fotodiox, etc..
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-08-05

What mm size UV protective filter fits this Irix ...

What mm size UV protective filter fits this Irix 11mm Blackstone Lens?
Asked by: Ed
Due the shape of the front element on the IRIX 11mm f/4 Blackstone Lens for Canon EF, it doesn't accept screw in UV protective filters.
Answered by: Samik G
Date published: 2023-05-09

Since there is no Sony FE version, how will this ...

Since there is no Sony FE version, how will this work with a Canon EF to Sony E Metabones adapter?
Asked by: Catherine
Works well with the Metabones Canon EF/EF-S Lens to Sony E Mount T Smart Adapter (Fifth Generation).
Answered by: David B
Date published: 2023-10-22

How is the iris controlled on a Nikon F-mount ...

How is the iris controlled on a Nikon F-mount camera? Is there a 'G' style control lever? Or is it purely electronically controlled?
Asked by: Mark
The aperture is electronically controlled.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-11

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Can anyone tell me how to read/use the hyperfocal scale on this lens? I know what hyperfocal focus is and on most other lenses I know how to use it, but the scale on this lens is truly perplexing to me - specifically, why are there multiple aperture values on both the left and right sides of the centre mark? And there's also another hyperfocal marker above the distances as you approach the infinity mark. So far I've only been able to test it visually by taking the same photo at different focus values and comparing them on my computer to see which are the most in-focus. This is by no means a very technical approach to achieving the proper focus, so I'm very interested in learning how to properly use the hyperfocal scale on this lens. Thanks in advance for any information anyone can provide!
Asked by: Paul R.
The aperture scales on the left and right of the focus mark indicate the approximate distances from the focal plane of the camera within which the image will be acceptable sharp at the current focus setting. It's referred to as a depth of field scale. The hyperfocal scale allows you to set your focus to the approximate hyperfocal distance for your current aperture, by aligning the f/number on the scale with the center focus mark. Irix has a good article on their site explaining DoF, hyperfocal distance and how to use both scales.
Answered by: Doc C.
Date published: 2022-03-15
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