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Yasuhara Anthy35 35mm f/1.8 Lens for Canon RF

BH #YA35ANT35C • MFR #YA35-ANT35C
Yasuhara Anthy35 35mm f/1.8 Lens for Canon RF
Key Features
  • RF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/1.8 to f/16
  • Manual Focus Design
  • 9-Blade Diaphragm
A sleek and simple wide-angle prime, the Canon RF-mount Anthy35 35mm f/1.8 from Yasuhara combines a versatile broad field of view with a versatile f/1.8 design to suit working in a variety of lighting conditions. The lens also features an all-manual design for direct control over aperture settings and focus, with the ability to work with subjects as close as 11.8" away. Depth of field and distance scales also aid focusing control and the lens incorporates a built-in retractable lens hood to prevent stray light from causing flare.
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Yasuhara 35mm f/1.8 Overview

A sleek and simple wide-angle prime, the Canon RF-mount Anthy35 35mm f/1.8 from Yasuhara combines a versatile broad field of view with a versatile f/1.8 design to suit working in a variety of lighting conditions. The lens also features an all-manual design for direct control over aperture settings and focus, with the ability to work with subjects as close as 11.8" away. Depth of field and distance scales also aid focusing control and the lens incorporates a built-in retractable lens hood to prevent stray light from causing flare.

Prime wide-angle lens is designed for full-frame Canon RF-mount mirrorless cameras.
Bright f/1.8 design suits working in difficult lighting conditions and also enables greater control over depth of field.
Nine elements, seven groups optical design maintains a high degree of sharpness with low distortion throughout the aperture and focusing ranges.
Manual focus design enables working with subjects as close as 11.8" away and engraved depth of field and distance scales benefit zone focus and pre-focusing needs.
Nine-blade diaphragm contributes to a pleasing bokeh quality.
Built-In retractable lens hood helps to prevent stray light from causing flare and contributes to maintaining high contrast and accurate colors when working in strong lighting conditions.
UPC: 659096380239

Yasuhara 35mm f/1.8 Specs

Key Specs
Focal Length
35mm
Maximum Aperture
f/1.8
Lens Mount
Canon RF
Lens Format Coverage
Full-Frame
Focus Type
Manual Focus
Image Stabilization
No
Filter Size
52 mm (Front)
Maximum Aperture
f/1.8
Minimum Aperture
f/16
Lens Mount
Canon RF
Lens Format Coverage
Full-Frame
Minimum Focus Distance
11.81" / 30 cm
Optical Design
9 Elements in 7 Groups
Diaphragm Blades
9
Focus Type
Manual Focus
Image Stabilization
No
Filter Size
52 mm (Front)
Dimensions (ø x L)
2.6 x 2.6" / 66 x 66 mm
Weight
14.92 oz / 423 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight
1.295 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
5.3 x 4.5 x 4.5"

Yasuhara 35mm f/1.8 Reviews

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Does this lens have a thread for filters?

Does this lens have a thread for filters?
Asked by: Adrian
One word of caution (but it should not deter anyone from purchasing this lens). Because of the pull-out lens hood, the threads are deep inside from the front. If you to use a normal sized 52mm filter there will be no issue. However if your filter is outsized it won't fit. I wanted to use this lens with a ring light and the threads on the light's ring were blocked from by the built-in hood from reaching the lens. I solved the problem by buying 2 Tiffen 52mm Clear Filters. I eventually decided to break the glass out of them and the 2 now glass free filters extended the front of the lens enough to get the ring light on. I used the Tiffen filters because I was toying with the idea of using them with the glass in them. However there are 52mm UV filters at about 1/3 the price if you are going to end up breaking out the glass like I did...
Answered by: Jeffrey
Date published: 2022-08-22

Do all mounts turn the same direction to focus?

Do all mounts turn the same direction to focus?
Asked by: Sean
Not all camera lens focus rings have the same orientation--Nikon and Canon lenses, for instance do not turn in the same direction.
Answered by: Boyd H
Date published: 2022-10-19
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