The Yongnuo YN 35mm f/2 clone lens for Canon DSLR cameras is now available

The Yongnuo YN 35mm f/2 clone lens for Canon DSLR cameras is now in stock at Amazon ($122) and eBay ($116). Here are the lens technical details:

  • The closest focusing distance up to 0.25 meter,when under close-up shooting,it is available to get the unique sense of depth of the wide-angle lens.
  • F2 large aperture,virtual background,which makes photography with more fun.
  • Support auto focus (AF) and manual focus (MF) mode.
  • The aperture blades up to 7 pieces,which allows you able to shoot the near-circular diffuse plaques,appropriately narrow the apertures can shoot the 14 astral effect.
  • Adopts chrome high precision metal bayonet,which effectively improve the goodness to fit the camera body and the bayonet strength, wear and corrosion resistance for durable use.
  • Full line of the products are glass lenses.
  • Supports full-frame and APS-C format cameras,supports M/AV/TV/P and other camera shooting modes,and can be displayed the aperture data in the EXIF Information.
  • Multi-coated lenses,effectively improve the transmittance and suppress the ghosting and flare when in backlit shooting .
  • Adopts gold plating for the metal contacts,effectively improve the signal conductivity and corrosion resistance.
Yongnuo 35mm f:2 lens design

Yongnuo 35mm f/2 lens design

Yongnuo 35mm f/2 lens MTF chart

Yongnuo 35mm f/2 lens MTF chart

Yongnuo will also start producing cheap Nikkor clones in 2015.

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  • Licheus

    The MTF is pretty good, guess it’s gonna surpass the original like the 50/1.8 did. The barrel is also different to the EF35/2, they surely are deviating much when making these “clones”…

  • Panchoskywalker

    It have 7 blades, the original has 5. if this lens has a good bokeh, I want it.

  • R Leung

    Curious..has the patent for the Canon 35mm run out? How can this company make a clone and not get sued by Canon?

    • The Observer

      Yongnuo belongs to Canon.

    • johnny

      This lens is not a clone of EF35/f2. The optical formula is different.

  • Why not slap a f mount on these?

    • TinusVerdino

      Yeah and a K-mount while they’re at it.

  • Mr James Kelly.

    it about time people got the message things get cloned by the company in china so as to make the world more excisable. Now we have the 35 mm yonguno special prime lends this is at its optimum focal length of elven feet from the subject at a 4/ stop with plenty of scope for night per longed exposures over water seen’s for that gold (silver) moment’s with Shutter speed on bulb setting on a canon 1100 D camera with the Shutter open for 200 seconds giving a most highly prized capture shot with misty water now try landscape looking over water with distant light in buildings and street lights good take care never venture out a lone when carrying expesive and professional equipment like all you good people know right?

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