Samyang is championing on what it calls the world's widest lens. The super-wide 10mm lens is designed for full-frame DSLRs – and offers a full-field rectilinear image. Lenses with this kind of focal length are usually fisheyes.
The Korean optical specialist chose Photokina 2018 to unveil the fourth of its premium manual-focus XP range. The Samyang XP 10mm f/3.5 is a 'Zero Distortion' model designed for the latest generation of 50 megapixel DSLRs, and will be available in Nikon F and Canon EF mounts.
The lens has a built-in petal-shaped hood, and a minimum focus distance of 25cm. Other specifications have yet to be released.
The lens is due for launch early next year. The price has yet to be decided.