The Samyang 85mm T1.5 VDSLR AS IF UMC Lens has been developed primarily for professional cine filmmaking. The VDSLR version features follow focus gearing & decoupled aperture, which allow the user to smoothly & quietly change focus & aperture / depth of field whist filming, & link to professional follow focus cam systems.The Samyang VDSLR Cine lenses are rated in T-Stops rather than F-stops which is the standard for professional movie camera lenses. F-stop number expresses the speed of the lens on the assumption that lens transmits 100% of the incident light, & therefore is theoretical rather than a real world measurement. The T-number expresses the actual light transmission, & therefore is accurate for exposure.
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