Yongnuo YN85MM F1.8 AF/MF Standard Medium Prime Fixed Telephoto Lens for Canon
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Yongnuo YN85MM F1.8 AF/MF Standard Medium Prime Fixed Telephoto Lens for Canon

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Product Description

  • A highly practical 85mm medium telephoto prime lens ideal for a range of applications including portrait photography.
  • F1.8 large aperture, which makes it the professional’s choice for shooting without flash in low light conditions and provides fine control over depth of field.
  • Support auto focus (AF) and manual focus (MF) mode.
  • Adopts high precision metal bayonet, which effectively improve the goodness to fit the camera body and the bayonet strength, wear and corrosion resistance for durable use.
  • Supports full-frame and APS-C format Canon cameras, supports M/AV/TV/P and other camera shooting modes.
  • Multi-coated lenses, effectively improve the transmittance and suppress the ghosting and flare when in backlit shooting .
  • Padded carrying bag to keep your lens safe and add extra convenience.

Item specification

Compatibility: for canon

  • Minimum focusing distance: 0.85m
  • Full-frame view angle coverage: diagonal:28.5°
  • Full-frame view angle coverage: vertical:16.0°
  • Full-frame view angle coverage: horizontal:24.0°
  • Lens construction: 6 sets 9 pics
  • Minimum aperture: F/18
  • Maximum aperture: F/1.8
  • Maximum magnification ratio:0.13X/184x274mm
  • Filter diameter/Quantity available: approx. 58mm/1
  • Maximum diameter and length: approx. 81.0×79.5mm
  • Net weight: approx. 460g
  • Suit for ALL Canon EF EOS Camera

Package Content

  • 1 x Yongnuo 85mm Prime Lens for Canon
  • 1 x Front and Rear Lens Cap
  • 1 x User Manual in Chinese and Engliash
  • 1 x Lens Bag
  • 1 x Protect Original Box

Additional Information

Weight 0.8 kg
Dimensions 11 x 10 x 6 cm

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