Viltrox has made a name for itself in the optical industry as a manufacturer of lenses that are available at very reasonable prices while yet providing acceptable picture quality and decent performance.
This excellent video review takes a look at the lens and the sort of performance and image quality you can expect from it when you put it to use. Mirrorless APS-C cameras from Sony, Fujifilm, and Nikon are all compatible with the AF 13mm f/1.4 lens, which offers an appealing combination of a wide focal lens and a wide maximum aperture.
This first-rate video review comes to us courtesy of GxAce and examines the Viltrox AF 13mm f/1.4 lens, which is designed to work with APS-C cameras from Sony, Nikon, and Fujifilm. The AF 13mm f/1.4 is surprisingly budget-friendly, coming in at just $429, and yet it still manages to include a decent assortment of features, including the following:
Two high-refractive-index lens elements and two aspherical lens elements, together help to increase sharpness and decrease distortion.
- There are four ED low dispersion elements that will help enhance color reproduction and eliminate chromatic aberrations.
- STM motor provides fast and silent autofocus, suitable for usage in both still images and videos
- Weight: 420 grams (E mount and X mount) and 455 grams (Z mount)
- A structure that is resistant to dust
Overall, the Viltrox AF 13mm f/1.4 appears to be an excellent addition to the company’s lineup, with the potential to excel in a variety of fields. Watch the video up top to get the complete lowdown on it.