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A Yongnuo YN35mm F2 Lens 1:2 AF / MF Wide-Angle Fixed/Prime Auto Focus Lens for Canon EF Mount EOS Camera
A Minimum Focusing Distance: 0.25m / 0.8ft
Yes you can change from 2.0 to 22 Thank you
By Eri Murakami on September 25, 2017
Hi Hugo, our YN35mm F2 can work with Canon 70D.
By Seino Fujisaki on March 28, 2018
By Kerry on February 20, 2018
It not have build af motor
By Leonardo T. on November 30, 2017
Hi. No such camera as a D5. If you are referring to a 5D then yes it will work. But why get a cheap low quality lens with a top of the range professional camera?
By Peter W. on June 11, 2018
Yes Thank you
By Miki Hirose on June 4, 2018
i used it on a canon t5, i didnt like what it produced, sent it back... never bothered trying another one. - sorry-
By POLARPICS on May 16, 2018
By Fly2theSky on May 14, 2018
I have a Canon Rebel T6S, and it is compatible.
By Caryl on May 10, 2018
For my the results of the 35mm YONGNUO are so good! The AF works so great and the quality of the raw file are great! It’s a nice lens to low cost, and works great like a Canon lens.
By Jacob Mejicanos on May 9, 2018
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September 22, 2020
It works as well as I could hoped for. It does feel cheap but seems to work rather well. I have used it on a Canon SL3 autofocus seems to works pretty fast and a bit noisy. On my BMPCC4K I have it attached to a viltrox EF-M2 II and it works perfectly on it for me (no autofocus). I don't use autofocus on any lens with this camera.
July 21, 2020
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July 18, 2020
The lens works perfectly well. Pictures are sharp. Video is amazing. I love it. The build quality doesnt seem too great, its plastic and has a weird rattle when you shake it. But still holds up great and I think most folks would have a hard time figuring out that the work this produces is from a lens under 100 dollars. I added some pictures and I also shot VIDEO which came out awesome , check it out on my Instagram account : @chriscameraguy I use a Canon 80d incase you're wondering.
By Jason Rogersr
July 13, 2020
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By J. Gooch
June 25, 2020
The lens is great!! I would suggest it at as the first lens for those with a crop censor if they already have a kit lens. The lens will not perform at f/1.2 on the camera. On my Canon T6 it starts at f/2 with a focal length close to 56.7mm. The lens can turn a crop censor into a close equivalent of 50mm. As far as I know there aren't many lenses that can let in this much light at this price. Honestly I wish I both it sooner. It is made of plastic and can break if mishandled so I would get the 3 warranty for only $10 extra dollars. The only other crop censored lenses I would consider is the sigma 18-35mm f1.8 canon and the Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art Lens for Canon EF. The following lenses cost a lot more but if you plan to only use Aps-c cameras then the following three lenses are a must. If want to your next camera to be full frame the YONGNUO YN35mm is the cheapest lens that could make the transition and hold you over until you can buy better glass.
June 24, 2020
Holy smokes!!! X2 the auto focus is some slow TRASH!!! But when you get off the struggle bus and hit the M and tickle that wheel with your middle finger and get that glass to focus it's amazing! I only have pictures of the kid at the pool doing flips (I don't post him on the internet,) but I'll take more soon and post them.
June 2, 2020
By paola ferreira s
May 31, 2020
May 20, 2020
I picked this up for nightclubs because my Canon 50mm 1.8 is too cropped in for small Venus on a cropped sensor. The image quality is great. I was hesitant to grab this at first because I thought it would be complete garbage for the price but it surprised me. I use my 18-55mm Canon kit lens in daylight but I wouldn’t mind using this prime lens if I had to. In fact, I just picked up a Canon 1n film camera and intend on this being my main lens since my kit lens has an EF-S mount. If you want to regularly shoot in low light. Buy this, it’s well worth the money.
May 12, 2020
By The HitchHiker
May 9, 2020
So far, I'm happy with this lens. It's not the sharpest glass ever, but it's pretty darn good for a sub-$100 lens. The autofocus is quite good, fast and responsive, much better than my 15 year old Canon 50mm f1.8. Bokeh looks great and it's slight softness makes it a nice wide portrait lens on a crop sensor camera. I would recommend this lens for a shoot that does not require tack-sharp optics and good OOF highlights. Remember, this is a cheap lens. DO NOT expect it to perform like a $600 35mm f2. But, again, for the price, it's not terrible.
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May 3, 2020
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