16mm F2.6

FULL FRAME SUPER WIDE ANGLE

  • Internal Focus
  • Full Frame
  • Low CA
  • Bokeh
  • Low Flare & Ghost
  • Circular Aperature
  • Low Coma
  • De-clicked Aperture
  • Wide
  • Rokinon Multi-Coating
  • Non-Rotating Filter Mount

Designed to overcome the challenges in assembling a set of lenses over time, the Rokinon 16mm T2.6 Full-Frame Cine DS Lens for Canon EF Mount features a multilayer coating process for consistently-rendered color from lens to lens. The industry standard geared focus and iris rings share a common position with other Cine DS lenses, eliminating the time it would take to reposition a matte box, follow focus, or other accessory when switching lenses. When used with a full-frame sensor camera, this 16mm lens produces a 106.9°, super-wide angle of view.

The Cine DS primes' hybrid aspherical elements render sharply-defined images with a minimum of distortion and chromatic aberrations, and the minimum focus distance is 11.8" from the lens. For ease of use when working with an assistant, the Cine DS primes feature focus and T-stop scales on both sides of the lens barrel. An integrated petal-type lens hood reduces flare without the use of a matte box.

Canon

Model: FFDS16-C
MSRP: $599
UPC: 0-84438-76561-8
Focal Length: 16mm
Maximum Aperture: T2.6
Coverage: Full Frame (FX)
Optical Construction: 14 Glass Elements in 11 Group
Aperture Range: T2.6 - T22
Diaphragm Blades: 9
Coating: Ultra Multi-Coating
Minimum Focusing Distance: 11.8" (0.3m)
Filter Size: N/A
Lens Hood: Built-In Petal Shape
Maximum Diameter: 3.21" (81.6mm)
Weight: 18.7oz (530g)
Length: 3.78" (96.1mm)
1. Rokinon MTF charts use theoretical equations to plot performance and do not rely on subjective 
opinion, subject matter, camera features, software or other factors. They plot the contrast and resolution of a lens from the center to its edges, against a "perfect" lens that would transmit 100% of the light that passes through it. The contrast of a lens is important because it directly relates to resolution.

3. Rokinon tests are carried out with the lens at its maximum (widest) aperture (Ex. 24mm F1.4 lens is measured at F1.4 for MTF).

4. Zero on the chart’s X-axis (horizontal axis) 
represents the center of the lens. As a line moves right, it indicates the change of contrast and sharpness from the center to the edge of the image. 

5. The Y-axis (vertical axis) plots the transmission of light through the lens. It has a maximum value of "1.0" to indicate 100% transmittance of the light, which is not possible to achieve. 

6. The blue graph lines (10 lines/mm) represent contrast measurement. The red graph lines (30 lines/mm) represent resolution.

7. Sagittal lines (thick lines) represent the contrast 
measurements of line pairs that are parallel to an imaginary diagonal line that runs from the bottom left hand corner to the top right hand corner of a image frame. Meridonial lines (thin lines) represent line pairs that are perpendicular to the imaginary diagonal line.

8. The higher and straighter the blue lines, the better the contrast. The higher and straighter the red lines, the better the resolution.