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Yasuhara announced the Anthy 35mm F1.8 for the Canon RF mount
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Yasuhara announced the Anthy 35mm F1.8 for the Canon RF mount

Yasuhara, one of many budget lens manufacturers today announced the Anthy 35mm F1.8 for the Canon RF mount (also the Sony E and Nikon Z mount).

From Yashura's website;

In the era of 35mm film cameras (imaging size 24mm x 36mm, so-called full size), lenses with a focal length of about 50mm were called "standard lenses". This is said to be called “standard” because it is close to the human viewing angle, but I think there is a reason that it is easy to design about 50mm for a single lens reflex lens. In modern times, lenses on the wide-angle side are more commonly used. Zoom lenses for compact cameras and kit lenses for interchangeable lens cameras often have short zooms starting at around 28mm.

If we create a “standard lens” with a single focal point in modern times, we need a lens that is wider than 50mm and brighter than a zoom lens. In line with this concept, ANTHY35 is a lens with a focal length of 35mm and an open F value of 1.8.

The lens elements look like;

The MTF's look okay, especially in the center, but this is most likely a lens you have to stop down a bit.

via Dpreview

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