Pergear Unveils 14mm F2.8 for Sony E, Nikon Z, Canon RF, and Leica L

Pergear has launched a 14mm F2.8 full-frame manual focus mirrorless lens for Sony E-mount mirrorless cameras, Nikon Z, Canon RF, and Leica L. With a wide angle of view and a fast aperture, it promises to be a versatile and capable lens for photographers of all levels.

Pergear 14mm F2.8

Pergear 14mm F2.8 has 2 aspherical elements and 5 ultra-high refractive index glass elements to help control distortion and spherical aberration, improving sharpness and rendering fidelity. 3 extra-low dispersion elements are used to reduce color fringing and chromatic aberration, resulting in high clarity and color fidelity.

The 114° viewing angle allows objects to be displayed with minimal distortion to match the landscape and architecture.

The maximum aperture of f/2.8 is designed to work in various lighting conditions, as well as to control the depth of field. The nine-bladed aperture contributes to a pleasing bokeh quality.

A manual focus design and a minimum focusing distance of 43 cm are suitable for close-ups. This makes it a reliable choice for photographers who need a lens that can withstand the rigors of professional use. The lens also has a manual focus design, which allows for precise control over focus and depth of field.

Price and availability

The lens can be purchased on the and websites for $299 / £319, but there is a promotional offer of up to a 10% discount using a built-in coupon during checkout.

Pergear 14mm F2.8 specifications

Pergear 14mm F2.8
  • Focal length: 14mm
  • Sensor format: Full frame
  • Aperture: F2.8
  • Focus: Manual
  • Minimum focusing distance: 43 cm
  • Viewing angle: 114°
  • Optical design: 13 elements in 9 groups, two of which are aspherical
  • Multi-coated MC lenses
  • Stabilization: No
  • Filter Thread Diameter: 67mm
  • Case Material: Metal
  • Dimensions: Ø89 x 117 mm
  • Weight: ~500 g

Last month, Pergear announced the 35mm f1.4 manual focus full-frame lens for Sony E, Canon RF, Nikon Z, and Leica L mounts. The company says this new all-metal lens has a compact and stylish form factor that retro enthusiasts will appreciate. It costs $129 / £119.

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