Meike has announced a new 35mm T2.2 cinema lens for Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera systems.
The fully-manual lens is constructed of 10 elements in 8 groups, features an aperture range of T2.2-T22, has a minimum focusing distance of 42cm (16.5in) and is the equivalent of a 70mm lens on a full-frame camera. Its focus ring offers 270-degrees of rotation, its front filter thread is 77mm and it weighs 660g (23oz).
The Meike 35mm T2.2 is available to purchase on Meike Global’s website for $359.99.
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