Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon

Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon

Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon

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Product Highlights

  • 24mm Wide-Angle Lens
  • Aperture Range: f/1.4-22
  • For APS-C & Full-Frame Image Formats
  • Minimum Focusing Distance of 9.84"
  • Two Aspherical and Four ED Elements
  • Manual Focus
  • Multi-Layer Coating to Reduce Flare
  • For Canon Cameras
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The Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon gives you a wide 84° view when used with a full-frame 35mm camera, 57.6° when used with an APS-C camera or 47.6º with Four-Thirds cameras. Four low-dispersion (ED) glass elements and two aspheric elements produce sharply defined images with a minimum of aberrations. The lens focuses as close as 9.84" from the lens, giving you outstanding wide-angle close-up views. A multi-layered and anti-reflection UMC coating provides superb light transmission and reduced flaring. It is a manual focus lens.

Ideal for landscapes, interiors, street photography, low-light photography and general photography.
Constructed with aspherical lenses for outstanding, sharply defined images.
Features super multi-layer coating to reduce flare and ghost images.
Lens has a minimum focusing distance of 9.84" for enhanced close-up shots.
For Canon cameras.
UPC: 084438760392
In the Box
Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon
  • Lens Pouch
  • Front and Rear Lens Caps
  • Removable Petal Lens Hood
  • Instruction Manual
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Samyang 24mm f/1.4 Specs

    Focal Length 24mm
    Maximum Aperture f/1.4
    Minimum Aperture f/22
    Lens Mount Canon EF
    Format Compatibility Full-Frame
    Angle of View 84.1
    Minimum Focus Distance 9.84" / 24.99 cm
    Optical Design 13 Elements in 12 Groups
    Diaphragm Blades 8
    Focus Type Manual Focus
    Image Stabilization None
    Filter Size 77 mm (Front)
    Dimensions ( x L) 3.27 x 3.74" / 83.06 x 95.00 mm
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.7 x 6.6 x 4.9"

    Samyang 24mm f/1.4 Reviews

    24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 12.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent lens when stepped down to f/1.8 for astro When used with a speed booster at f/1.4 indicated on the lens it can produce some nasty coma, I have not extensively tested this, but I have a few examples (there is a slim chance this is the speedbooster). Just be forewarned. Be careful when using this in extreme cold weather (-20 deg C), I had some deposition (frost) on the inside of the front element, solution: 2 days in a plastic bag with some silica beads water absorbed. this is no longer an issue. My copy of the lens focused ever so slightly past infinity, so take that into consideration if you plan to use this lens in the dark. Otherwise this is a spectacular astro lens, 4.5/5 recommended.
    Date published: 2019-01-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely amazing! I LOVE THIS LENS! I am absolutely amazed with this lens. The quality of the photos are amazing, and it is sharp from edge to edge. Perfect for night photography, nightscapes, and astrophotography. It is manual focus, which is very difficult to use, especially for amateur photographers, like me. But when shooting stars, or night shots, manual focus is a must. This lens is perfect. It is very heavy, and it feels like a very high quality lens. It comes with a lens hood, as well and a nice bag to store it in. 10/10 would recommend this lens as a cheap alternative to the Canon 24mm F1.4.
    Date published: 2018-03-07
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from You do the quality control, at your own expense... This lens is very well regarded for night landscapes, and for fixed tripod wide-field astrophotography (for Milky Way images and such). According to many reviews, this lens offers great, if not the greatest low-light good optical performance for this, at relatively low cost. Relatively low cost and no hassle, yes, but only if you are among the apparently very few chosen ones that can get to the heavens (Milky Way and such) with a good working unit on the first purchase try. Plenty on-line reports and user reviews also testify for this. Still, I wanted to try my luck... Unfortunately, I got one of the bad ones, which I tested, and sadly had to return very promptly. Reason for return: Defective. Description: Optics appear to be misaligned, or decentered. Images of bright spots (stars, distant street-lamps) cannot come to focus, and show coma (distortion) even at the center of the frame at wide apertures, from f/1.4 up to f/2.8 and f/4. Image is unacceptably soft at these apertures, and not very good above that. Clearly, luck was not good for me, and it might be likewise for you too. So please, follow my advice: do your own quality control tests, right upon receiving this lens, because the manufacturer apparently passes the responsibility and the possible costs of all this testing on to you, the customer, at your own expense if you have to return, or exchange it. In this case, you will have to cover non-refundable and any extra delivery costs, and possibly loose your payment of also non-refundable custom fees, if like me, you live abroad. My real rating for this lens: zero stars; justly, because for me that is exactly the outcome: no stars, no astrophotography, which was my intended and sole purpose in purchasing this lens.
    Date published: 2016-05-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Surprised; a nice piece of of glasss of far I broke new ground with this purchase; buying a 3rd party lens. Well, not entirely true, I do have a vintage soviet lens but that's an entirely different purpose lens. My main interest is landscape, waterscape, night and some astrophotography, aurora borealis, nature, macro, some architecture, etc. For this body of work I only use Canon L lenses. I long wanted a specialized night glass and was deciding between the Samyang 14mm f/2.8 and this 24mm f/1.4. I've tried the former before and I do have a 16mm lens already so i decided to go for speed instead of width. I cannot yet form a complete opnion about this product as I have not fully tested it under the light situations for which I acquired it. I've tried it on my kids and flowers around my house and gone out on 1 photo trip. I've also had it on my tripod taking various shots in order to determine whether this copy is decentered since this is according to some the main concern. I've done a lot of reading on this issue and some photogs seem to be of the opnion that the decentering issue is mainly related to to position of the lens and the focus point. I think my copy may be slightly out of focus on the right side but I have taken some test shots in which the both sides are tack sharp. So far inconclusive - still, this lens seems sharper alverall and in the corners than most wide zoom lenses i've owned. Most surprising is the colour rendition - absolutely gorgeous. Contrast and drawing is also beautiful and looks very organic, analog if you will. This is reminiscent of vintage lenses minus the usual imperfections. I've never owned a 24mm lens but I am also pleased to report that it is wider than I expected and I am fan of wide angle but I am yet to really try astrophotography. There is some chromatic aberration but it seems well controlled and easily manageable in post. Coma - not yet fully tested but according to most reviewers this suppose to be the strength of this lens. I was getting a really unsightly half-crescent glare shooting the moon fully open the other night but it improved when i stopped down. Usually, I expect a soft gradual light source when fully open so I was surprised to see this anomaly. Again, I need to shoot more to confirm whether this is a problem or just an anomaly of that particular composition. I was very supersized to get impressive and nicely rendered bokeh - I took some very interesting wide shots of my kids. Along the same lines; this is very close focusing lens so I could come very close to the subject and still focus which creates awesome effects especially with the great bokeh this lens produces. Speaking of which, this is where I really missed the AF. I did not buy this lens for a walkout every day shoot purpose but I quickly discovered I will be using it a lot more often than anticipated to shoot people, flowers and moving subjects since it draws and renders so nicely. However, the lack of AF and a chip makes it cumbersome to use in these situations. If it was chipped, only so I could get focus confirm, it would have been enough. Nikon users will be happy to have a chipped option and I would have gladly paid extra to get a focus confirm. I am not a wedding photog but I can see that the lack of this feature is a major drawback for weddings/events, possibly even unsaleable as a wedding lens or one that can be used to quickly focus and fire off crisp images with confidence and ease. This is really too bad because the bokeh, rendering, speed and this particular focal length could make an awesome wedding/event lens. I am seriously considering installing a chip myself. Construction: a lot of folks were raving about the construction of the Samyang lenses but when compared with my L-series Canon lenses it's not even close. Construction isn't bad and not really an issue but it does not feel like my other lenses. (The best constructed lens is my soviet made Hellios 44-2) Also, Samyang pays a lot less attention to fine detail and finish. Numbers and scales printed on the the lens look a little cheap; bit of a strange overprinting in one area. The look and feel of the materials is not even close to the Canon L-Series but it is OK. Where this lens is better mechanically than most my other lenses is the focusing ring - this thing is buttery smooth. A tad too much travel needed but the journey to focus is a pleasurable one. If I do not find any major issues this lens is a keeper. I would give 3.5 stars if i could but right now it's closer to 4. A few more things: Provided lens hood is a bit flimsy and does not hold too well. Pinch on lens cover is better than Canon. Considering all the glass involved in a f/1.4 24mm this lens is quite light and small. B&H service to Canada is AWESOME!
    Date published: 2015-07-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice lens but not as good as expected I purchased this lens primarily for astro-imaging after acquiring the Bower 8mm and Samyang 85mm; both of which yield great stars edge-to-edge on an APS-C sensor. The 24mm lens is not as good BUT still usable if one doesn't mind knocking 10% off the edges... If is, however, a very nice portrait lens!
    Date published: 2013-09-17
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from quality control problem lens sharp in the middle, very soft at right (or left). not very smooth when try to get it repaired.
    Date published: 2013-02-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good night lens Good lens for nightscapes (for a 24 mm only!), including the Milky Way. Possibility to see the Andromeda Galaxy ^^
    Date published: 2015-07-25
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Twice defective, twice disappointing, twice returned This is a follow up of my other previous review. Reason for return: Defective. (Again...) Comment: This is the second sample of this lens that I am returning as defective. Optics are again misaligned or decentered. At the widest aperture f/1.4, and slightly less, but still at f/2.0 and f/2.8, images in the center of the frame show excessive and asymmetric halos towards one side of objects: to the left hand side for bright objects over dark background, right hand side for dark objects over bright. Also, at these wide apertures, optical distortions, noticeably coma, astigmatism, and bad focus, are severe on the right hand side of the frame, even on a 1.6x crop Canon APS-C sensor. The positive: B&H's return policy and handling, simply excelent. Many many thanks indeed. The negative: Samyang? (and co-brands carrying their products?) No, thanks. Not for me, never again. Trying to buy this lens has meant for me enormous frustration, and real loss of money: I have lost not refundable delivery fees, and not refundable customs fees, twice. In fact, I lost in this way an amount more than half the asking price for this product, and ended up with nothing, nothing at all. Except only perhaps for a bit more of hardly and very expensively acquired wisdom. Cheap quality products? Not really, not Samyang's. You have much better staying away. Do not buy.
    Date published: 2016-06-04
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    Is it a fish-eye, or rectilinear?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    The Samyang 24mm f/1.4 ED AS UMC Wide-Angle Lens for Canon is not a fish-eye lens.
    Answered by: James B.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    Is there a way of knowing if this lens is available in your B&H in NY?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Unfortunately the question you're asking cannot be answered with our Q+A feature. Please contact our Sales directly for assistance.Email:
    Answered by: Jacob C.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    How many degrees is the focus throw?
    Asked by: Jordan R.
    Nothing in the specs, but it appears to be about 135 degrees or so.
    Answered by: Tim M.
    Date published: 2018-08-28


    What's the difference between this and the Rokinon 24mm? <a href= target= _blank ></a>
    Asked by: Andreja M.
    it is the same lens. Known by different names depending on what country it is sold in Rokinon, Samyang and Bower, Wallimex
    Answered by: Stuart M.
    Date published: 2019-05-06


    this lens makes a vignette on full frame cameras?
    Asked by: Nicolas M.
    This lens has as much vignette as most lenses of the type. It is a full frame lens so will work well with either full frame or crop body.
    Answered by: Michael H.
    Date published: 2018-08-28
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