Meike 35mm f0.95: Affordable Quality for Low-Light Photography

Meike has introduced a new manual lens – Meike 35mm F0.95. It is designed for mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensors: Canon EF-M, Canon EF, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z, and Sony E. The optics provide an equivalent focal length of 53mm on cameras with APS-C sensors.

Meike 35mm f0.95

The optical design of the new fast lens consists of 10 elements arranged in 7 groups. A diaphragm with 13 blades is used. The lens has a minimum focusing distance of 39 cm. When using lenses on full-frame cameras, you will need to use the appropriate shooting mode (crop mode) to avoid strong vignetting.

One of the standout features of the Meike 35mm f0.95 lens is its fast aperture. At f0.95, it is one of the fastest lenses currently on the market, allowing photographers to shoot in extremely low light conditions. This makes it an ideal lens for capturing candid shots in dimly lit environments, such as at parties or events.

Price and availability

Another notable aspect of the Meike 35mm f0.95 lens is its relatively affordable price. The Meike 35mm F0.95 manual focus lens is already available on and for $259 / £269. This makes it an attractive option for photographers who want to experiment with low-light photography without breaking the bank.

Meike 35mm f0.95 specifications

Meike 35mm f0.95
  • Focal range: 35mm
  • Aperture range: f0.95 – f16
  • Filter size: ø52mm
  • Focus Mode: Manual Focus
  • Mount: Canon EF-M, Canon EF, Fujifilm X, Micro Four Thirds, Nikon Z, Sony E
  • Minimum focusing distance: 0.39m
  • Lens structure: 10 elements in 7 groups
  • Diaphragm Blades: 13
  • APS-C Angle of View: 44.2°
  • Weight: 380g(0.838lb)

Meike recently expanded its range of compact budget cine lenses. The company introduced its new Meike 25mm T2.2 Mini Prime wide-angle cine lens for mirrorless cameras with an APS-C optical sensor. The lens is available at $439.99 for Micro Four Thirds, Canon RF, Sony E, and Fujifilm X mount making the lens suitable for the new Sony FX30 and RED Komodo cameras as well.

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