AstrHori has launched its new 85mm F2.8 Tilt-Shift Macro, a fully-manual 1:1 macro APS-C lens for an array of mirrorless digital camera techniques.
The macro lens is constructed of 11 components in eight teams, together with two extra-low dispersion components. It makes use of a 12-blade aperture diaphragm, has a minimal focusing distance of 28cm (11”), makes use of a 55mm entrance filter thread, rotates a full 360-degrees and has a tilt angle of +/-8º.
Tilting the lens is completed by way of a knurled knob that strikes alongside marked factors to know what number of levels the lens is tilted. There’s additionally a locking mechanism to lock the lean in place so it doesn’t get bumped whereas shifting round or making different changes. Rotation is completed on the rear of the lens by way of a devoted ring that clicks each 30º.
Being absolutely handbook, the lens doesn’t switch any sort of EXIF information to the digital camera, nor does it work with any sort of focus affirmation options. The lens measures 6.3cm (2.48”) in diameter by 11cm (4.33”) lengthy. No weight is listed at the moment.
The lens is designed for an array of full-frame lens mounts – Canon RF, Fujifilm X, L, Nikon Z and Sony E mounts – however AstrHori says all tilt-shift performance needs to be restricted to crop-sensor taking pictures modes on full-frame cameras.
The AstrHori 85mm F2.8 Tilt-Shift Macro lens is accessible to buy for $329.