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Samyang Lenses

Samyang lenses are made by Samyang Optics Company Ltd, formed in 1972 in Korea and they have since been responsible for manufacturing some extremely competent optics. Today, they manufacture both manual focus and autofocus lenses for a variety of camera mounts including Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm and Sony as well as their high quality XEEN cine lenses.

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Samyang lenses have received many excellent reviews more recently, proving they are an extremely high quality third party option, which are considerably more affordable than the main brands equivalent models. Various focal width lenses regularly achieve high sharpness scores when tested, together with well controlled chromatic aberration and distortion. For these reasons Samyang lenses should be high up on a list for photographers looking for a fantastic option for their cameras.

Samyang innovates to design highly competent and lightweight options which sit well on mirrorless camera bodies with predominantly prime (single focal width) choices available. Many photographers enjoy using primes because they deliver such high quality results. Notable uses include street photography, astro photography and of course staple subjects such as portraits and documentary.

At Park Cameras we stock a huge range of Samyang lenses, including models for Canon DSLR, Nikon DSLR, Fujifilm X mount, Sony E-mount and micro four thirds cameras.

Browse our selection online or come into one of our stores in either Central London or Burgess Hill to see them for yourself before you buy.

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