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A Need for Speed: 7Artisans releases a Canon EOS-M 35mm F.95

7Artisans announced the release of the 35mm F.95 lens for a variety of APS-C mounts, including the EOS-M.

From previous experience with 7Artisans the lenses are very well constructed and the focus very smooth.  The only thing I did not like was the de-clicked aperture.  However, video users will certainly appreciate it.  This lens is only manual focus and no EXIF information is transmitted to the camera body.

The lenses won't stun you with dazzling super sharp resolving power, but for the prices of the lenses, they are great fun and a good bang for the buck.

The lens specifications aren't up on the 7artisans website as of yet, but we hope to hear more soon.

The lens will start shipping around the end of November.


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