Yongnuo has announced its new YN35mm F1.4C DF UWM, a second-generation full-frame lens for Canon’s EF mount.
This new lens features the same optical construction (eleven elements in nine groups with a seven-blade aperture diaphragm) and outward appearance Yongnuo’s original YN35mm F1.4 MC lens. What’s new is the addition of an Ultrasonic Wave Motor (UWM).
Below are a few sample images captured with the lens:
Yongnuo hasn’t listed the price of the lens, which is set to ship in Q4 2019, but its predecessor currently retails for $378 (Adorama, B&H). It’s likely this new lens would replace the older model for roughly the same price.
Update (August 19, 2019): Updated article to clarify the Micro USB port was present on the first version of Yongnuo’s 35mm F1.4 lens as well.
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