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Samyang Unveils The World's First Cine Autofocus Lens Series, "V-AF"

Samyang unveils the world's first cine AF lens series, "V-AF".

Samyang identifies the needs of customers and announces a new lineup of lenses optimized for video content creators according to their needs. The new V-AF lineup is the world's first lens for video creators designed to make video content creation more convenient. The first lens from this new V-AF lineup is the V-AF 75mm T1.9. and Samyang will release four more lenses by end of 2023. Meet the new V-AF lineup custom-designed for videography.

Samyang V-AF Roadmap

Key Features
Unified Form Factor – Compact & Light
The V-AF increases compatibility with gimbals and drones by applying the unified form factors with its 5 different focal lengths (Ultra-Wide to Medium-tele). By providing a compact size of 73 X 70mm and a light-weight of less than 300g, there is no need to re-set the equipment when changing the lenses.

Tally Lamp - Excellent usability
The lamp located on the front and mount index helps the user to check whether a video is recorded or not while shooting. It supports video content creation more conveniently even in a small space without a lot of equipment.

Support 8K and the same color tone
The new V-AF series supports resolutions up to 8K in a small and lightweight form, which is well suited for use with handheld gimbals and drones, as well as for studios and location productions. All lenses within the new V-AF series are color-matched to avoid shifts when swapping lenses, and the 9 aperture blades allow for a natural-looking bokeh.

Custom Switch & Button
Features the 'Focus save' function usually in professional cine equipment and custom mode that adds function by firmware, which provides video-specific functions for students and amateur users who dream of cinematographers

AF Auto Focus Cine Auto Focus New Product V-AF

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