Yongnuo did not wait long after the release of the 14mm Canon mount to announce the 14mm f/2.8 Nikon mount. Here is it…
According to the first images, the Yongnuo 14mm f/2.8N (Nikon version) uses the same body as the Canon version. Only the mount differs, as well as the red border for Canon and Yellow for Nikon. The autofocus/manual switch, the focus distance window and the micro-USB port to update the firmware are in both version.
Yongnuo seems to have used the same external elements for both mounts, as opposed to the previous lenses which differed a little.
What about the elements inside the lens? Here too, it seems that the two lenses are identical, as shown by the following curves and diagram schema.
Please find below more pictures of the Yongnuo 14mm f/2.8 Nikon:
Specification of the Yongnuo 14mm f/2.8N
- Perspective: 114°
- Opening: F/2.8
- AF/MF: manual or auto focus
- Structure: 9 groups / 12 elements
- 7 blades diaphragm
- Minimum aperture: f/22
- Minimum focus distance: 20cm
- Magnification: 0.15x
- Dimensions 86mm x 105mm
- Weight: 780g (1.7 lb)
- Price: ~$550
This lens has not been tested by myself yet, but if you do, let us know what you think in the comments below.
If you are looking for the latest firmware for your Yongnuo 14mm f/2.8N, visit our firmware page where all the latest Yongnuo firmwares are available to download.
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