Excerpt: The lens produces great shots and is a good place to start if you broke the bank buying the full frame camera.
Some things I did not realize in my excitement to purchase a compatible lens for my new full frame camera - this lens is a prime lens and it features an aperture ring to adjust the...
Excerpt: The lens was very sharp in the center and on the left but blurry on the right, de-centered. Sent it in for exchange, hopefully I get a good one this time. I've read about other having the same problem and having to return it multiple times till they got one that worked properly.
Summary: This is what I've been looking for to take wide view astrophotography with. Clear, wide views. Fast f/2.8 lens. Manual focus is a plus for shooting the night sky. I have not seen any distortion or CA in mine.
Summary: I'm writing a review that will hopefully help a lot of people. Like me. most people are looking at this lens for astrophotography and I'm sure most people know that with an aps-c sensor camera you need to apply the crop factor (canon=1.6, nikon=1.5).
Excerpt: I sell stock photography. Only high quality images are approved by my editors, and this calls for a quality lens. I recently tried two copies of the Rokinon 24MM F/1.4 lens for my Canon EOS 6D, but had to return them due to severe decentering and distortion issues.
Excerpt: The coma correction on this lens makes it a good choice for starscapes. The spacial distortions are usually not that noticeable in that application, but highly evident in architectural photos for example. For this limited application I would recommend it.