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Compare 7Artisans 35mm F1.2 Mark II vs 7Artisans 25mm F1.8

Reviews

Neo score
59%
Pros
  • Very good sharpness
  • Very good bokeh
  • F1.2 aperture
  • Fast autofocus
  • Short barrel
  • Light in the hand
  • Appears well-built
Cons
  • Aperture ring with click is flimsy
  • Bokeh and vignetting good only at F2.8
  • Lacks weather sealing
  • Not the strongest in optical performance

Price

MSRP
139 USD
74 USD
Offers (incl. referral links)

Construction

Aperture Blades
10 blades
7 blades
Colors
Black
Black
Form Factor
Manual focus lens, Prime lens
Normal Prime Lens
Image Size
APS-C
APS-C
Lens Barrel
Physical aperture ring, Distance scale, DoF scale
Lens Mount
E-mount, X-mount, EF-M-mount, Micro Four Thirds, Z-mount
Canon EF-M-mount, Fujifilm X-mount, Micro Four Thirds-mount, Sony E-mount
Material
Aluminum
Optical Formula | Elements
6 elements
7 elements
Optical Formula | Groups
5 groups
5 groups

Dimensions

Filter Diameter
46 mm
46 mm / 1.81 in
Size | Diameter
51 mm / 2.01 in
Size | Length
32 mm / 1.26 in
Weight
150 g
143 g / 5.05 oz

Function

Angle Of View
43.9°
60.0° Diagonal | 51.3° Horizontal | 35.5° Vertical
Aperture
F/1.2 ~ f/22
f/1.8 ~ f/22
Autofocus
No
Crop Factor
1.5
Focal Length
35 mm
25 mm
Focal Length (35mm Equivalent)
52.5 mm
37.5 mm
Focus Type
Internal
Image Stabilization
N/A
No
Weather Resistance
No

Performance

Min Focus Distance
28 cm
180 mm / 7.09 in

Production

Debut
2020-12
2017-06-28
Made In
China
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