Next July, Samyang will release their 16-mm f2 and 300-mm f6.3 for mirrorless and reflex cameras with APS-C sensor. This is part of the company’s plan to broaden their catalog of manual lenses, which until not too long ago didn’t offer much beyond full-frame models.
According to the new info, the 16-mm f2 features a structure of 13 elements, organized in 11 groups; it offers a 24-mm angle of view ant it will cost around 535 USD. It will be available for both mirrorless and reflex cameras.
The 300-mm f6.3, on the other hand, is designed for reflex cameras, with a size adequate for its purpose, as this is a 450-milimeter telephoto lens.
It will also available in June, for a little more than 570 USD. Unlike the 16-mm f2, this one will only be available for the mirrorless Canon EOS M, Fujifilm X, Sony 3 and Micro Four Thirds systems.