A truly flexible lens, the Canon EF-M-mount MK-35mm f/1.4 Lens from Meike is a 56mm equivalent prime characterized by its fast f/1.4 design along with a versatile focal length for working with a wide variety of subject matter. Individual lens elements feature a multi-layer nano coating to control surface reflections, flare, and ghosting in order to realize a high degree of contrast and color accuracy, even when working in bright and backlit conditions. Additionally, the lens sports a manual focus design for working with subjects as close as 1.3' away.
- EF-M-Mount Lens/APS-C Format
- 56mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f/1.4 to f/16
- Multi-Layer Nano Coating
Meike 35mm f/1.4 Overview
Meike 35mm f/1.4 Specs
35mm (35mm Equivalent: 56mm)
|Lens Format Coverage|
|Angle of View|
|Minimum Focus Distance|
15.75" / 40 cm
8 Elements in 5 Groups
49 mm (Front)
|Dimensions (ø x L)|
2.38 x 1.65" / 60.5 x 42 mm
7.76 oz / 220 g
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
3.8 x 3.8 x 3.1"
Meike 35mm f/1.4 Reviews
I have this lens on my MFT LumixG9 and it's amazing for B&W photography and with the right settings I get my GRAIN back (where is the grain LOVE !? ) lens is sharp and like everything in life it has its up's and down's with beauty attached, but once you find your feel with it ... you getting basically free epic glass !!! get it its priceless ;)
Nice lens with an affordable price tag
This is a great prime lens for under $200. Pro: Construction is solid, size and weight is well balanced for the EOS m bodies. Image quality is sharp wide open and very sharp when you step down to f2.8. I think the IQ is on par with Olympus' prime lenses. Con: The aperture is REALLY loose, a slight touch will change it. Other than that it's great lens both photo and video.
Can't go wrong
I bought my Fuji X-T30 with a 15-45mm kit lens, had a great time with it, then bought this lens. I figured for $80 what's the difference? And holy cow I'm glad I pulled the trigger. The build feels top notch, the aperture ring and focus ring are super satisfying (not clicking), and the photos come out great. It's so much fun to use, too. I've seen people say it isn't usable at f/1.4, but that has not been my experience. I say for the price you seriously can't go wrong. It's absolutely worth the money!
Amazing Value for the buck
The built quality on this lens is amazing. Sharpness is decent and the bokeh is also pretty good. All in all, it is an excellent manual 50mm equivalent lens for APS-C cameras for under $159
Buy it. Details below, but just buy the thing and read this after. It’s a hundred bucks. The Fuji equivalent is four times that. It’s a fully manual lens, but that is fine with me. With Fuji, it’s all about tactility anyway! The aperture ring is very nice and not too tight, feels like it’s very well built and moves easily and with confidence. Same goes for the focus dial! Other reviews I’ve seen for this say it’s too soft at 1.4 and really gets usable at 2.5 or whatever. This has not been my experience. At 1.4 it’s been super usable for me. You’re gonna get a really thin slice of your image in focus, but that makes for such an intimate look in whatever you choose to have in focus. At f/16 the scene gets dark of course, but everything is sharp as a tack. This is a really fun lens to use, and it fits super super snug on my X-T30. Just an awesome product. Cheap lenses are getting good, and good lenses are getting cheap!
It’s inexpensive and I figured I give it a try.
Nikon 1 V1 J1 J3 which mount do I need to use this lens
I would like to use this lens but it is not registering on any of the above cameras which mount do I need?
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