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    Rokinon 85 1.4 wooooo
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    Just to report the great quality and price from this Rokinon 85 1.4 is you want to save
    money and you are looking this kind of lens,go for it you will be HAPPY..


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    Isn't that a Samyang lens?
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    yes i think is the same..


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    yeh same thing. I have it and the 35. excellent quality to price ratio.


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    yes, samyang lenses are sold under many brands: Bower, Rokinon, Opteka, Vivitar, Polar, Falcon... I have some detailed comments about each model here: http://www.similaar.com/foto/equipme...c.html#samyang


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    Probably going to pick up the 35 for video work.


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    Just be aware that the 35mm Samyang has moderate breathing, quite noticeable on Full Frame. Maybe less so on cropped sensor? I am going to do a breathing comparison of the schools Nikkor lens set to my Samyang/Zeiss lenses soon.
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    and while bokeh on the 85mm is top notch, on the 35mm it's not as good as with the (much more expensive) zeiss or canon L


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