New: Yongnuo YN 100mm f/2 lens

Yongnuo has a new YN 100mm f/2 lens priced around $170 (for now available only for Canon mount). Yongnuo already has two cheap DSLR full frame lenses: 50mm f/1.8 and 35mm f/2 (see review). Here are the details on the new 100mm f/2:

MTF chart:
Lens design:


  • Aperture range: f/2 - f/22
  • Number of blades: 9
  • Focus mode: AF, MF
  • Maximum magnification: 0.140x
  • Focal length: 100mm
  • Lens size: 76.6 x 122mm
  • Full frame:Yes
  • Model number: YN100mm F2.0 C
  • Filter size: 58mm
  • Compatible with Canon mount
  • Weight: 400-500g

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Here is a quick hands-on report on the lens:

Yongnuo lenses are also available for sale at B&H.

Via Aliexpress, Yongnuo

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  • Albert

    Is it just me or are their new lenses all looking like 15-year-old Canon ripoffs?

    • Alaska

      i call you sherlock….

    • Richard Hart

      perhaps they bought the old mold/patent from canon? canon have to make money somehow…

      • Vangelis Matos Medina

        patent? china? kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk

        • Jeffry De Meyer

          China will defend patents from their companies (even if they are blatant rip-offs from big brand products and it is clear that they didn’t do jack to deserve the patent)

    • MonkeySpanner

      And if it is? So what – those lenses were good back then and are still good. And we get low cost versions of them? Sign me up.

  • Spy Black

    This should be interesting.

  • Alaska

    when do they start making 600mm f4.0 lenses?
    they copied the 50mm and the 100mm from canon isn´t it time for something more exciting?

    • Albert

      and the 35 f/2.

    • Jeffry De Meyer

      Zeiss Otus 85?

  • David

    If they can make a Nikon version work, that would be VERY interesting. Also interesting would be this with a Speedbooster on a smaller format.

  • Max

    does this have a built in af motor?

    • jojo

      Yes, it has to – it’s the only option for autofocus eos lenses

      • Max

        I forgot this was for Canon. For a Nikon version will it have the same afmotor – can one assume that it will have it?

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