Rokinon Cine DS DS135M-NEX

Rokinon Cine DS DS135M-NEX manual

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  • Instruction Manual
    We believe that this new 135mm T2.2 ED UMC lens for video recording will give you a
    special photographic experience.
    The 135mm T2.2 ED UMC lens completes an optical system based on superior optical
    technologies, and maintains excellent resolution by adopting a high refractive low
    dispersive lens and an UMC (Ultra Multi Coating).
    Advantages of the 135mm T2.2 ED UMC
    1. 35mm full frame image size.
    2. It compensates for aberrations by using a high refractive low dispersive lens and high
    class optical glass, and at the fully opened position, produces a high resolution and a
    high contrast at the center of the lens as well as around the periphery.
    3. Produces smooth focusing by means of the aperture design, which comes close to a
    circular shape with its 9 diaphragm blades.
    4. The hood and UMC(Ultra Multi Coating) design suppresses flaring and ghost images.
    5. Robust durability with a high strength aluminum alloy body.
    6. Smooth control when a follow focus is attached since the lens is equipped with a gear
    for the focus and aperture.
    7. Easy to use it for shooting animals, still life and close shot with its shortest shooting
    distance of 0.8m, despite of its angle of view of 18º.
    The 135mm T2.2 ED UMC lens for video recording is designed with its own mount.
    You can mount the lens directly onto the camera without using an additional adaptor.
    Please read this instruction manual carefully and use it accordingly.
    Please read the 'Safety Precautions' at the back of this instruction manual prior to use.
    Please read this instruction manual prior to use.
    1. Component Names
    Mount (camera
    locking area)
    Gear for aperture
    adjustment
    Distance scale
    indicator mark
    Focus Scale Gear for focus
    adjustment
    Hood locking tube
    Hood T number
    2. Attaching and Detaching
    3. Focus Adjustment
    The 135mm T2.2 ED UMC lens mount is uniquely designed for Canon, Nikon (Fujifilm) F,
    Pentax (Samsung GX) K, Sony (Minolta) α, Cannon M, Sony E, Fujifilm X, Samsung NX,
    Four-thirds and Micro four-thirds cameras.
    Attaching
    Gently hold the lens hood, align the camera mount attachment point with the attachment
    reference point or line on the lens, push the lens into the camera and gently rotate the
    lens 90 degrees clockwise from the front view, until it makes a clicking sound.
    Detaching
    Gently hold the lens hood, press the lens release button on the camera, and turn the lens
    counterclockwise to detach the lens.
    When using the 135mm T2.2 ED UMC lens, you can set the focus of a subject by turning
    the focus adjustment gear, since it is an MF (Manual Focus) adjustment lens.
    Nikon, Pentax K Mount
    To change the focus from a subject that is far away to a subject that is close,Turn the
    focusing gear counterclockwise (from to 0.8) and focus on the clearest subject by
    using the indicator signal on the camera or by checking visually.
    To change the focus from a subject that is close to a subject that is far away,Turn the
    focusing gear clockwise (from 0.8 to ) and focus on the clearest subject using the
    indicator signal on the camera or by checking visually.
    Canon, Sony α, Cannon M, Sony E, Fujifilm X, Samsung NX, FT, MFT
    Mount
    To change the focus from a subject that is far away to a subject that is close,Turn the
    focusing gear clockwise (from to 0.8) and focus on the clearest subject by checking
    visually.
    To change the focus from a subject that is close to a subject that is far away,Turn the
    focusing gear counterclockwise (from 0.8 to ) and focus on the clearest subject by
    checking visually.
    4. Brightness Control
    5. Mounting the Hood
    You can set the brightness you want by turning the aperture adjustment gear when
    using the 135mm T2.2 ED UMC lens.
    You can set T NO from 2.2 to 22.
    (The aperture is a stepless control type, so it does not stop exactly.)
    The hood guarantees speedy, efficient, safe and precise installation, and enables you
    to enjoy shooting that is free from ghosting or flaring.
    Align the attachment reference point on the hood with the reference point for a hood on
    the lens, push the hood onto the lens and turn the hood clockwise until it makes a
    clicking sound.
    6. Camera Settings
    Some cameras require special settings when using this lens.
    Canon Mount
    Nikon Mount
    Pentax K Mount
    1) Record a video in Av, Tv, P, CA, or M mode.
    2) Please note that while recording a video the shutter speed is limited to a minimum of
    1/30.
    (The procedures above are for the 5D MARKII. The settings for the camera or the menu may
    vary based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the camera manual or
    contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    Please refer to the following and set the camera when necessary.
    1) Record a video in M or A mode.
    2) Adjust the exposure using the dial steps +5 to -5.
    (The procedures above are for the D7000. The settings for the camera or the menu may vary
    based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the camera manual or
    contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    1) Record a video in mode.
    2) Please note that while recording a video the shutter speed is limited to a minimum of
    1/30.
    (The procedures above are for the K-30. The settings for the camera or the menu may vary
    based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the camera manual or
    contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    Sony α Mount
    Canon M Mount
    Fujifilm X Mount
    Sony E Mount
    1) Record a video in A, S, P or M mode.
    (The procedures above are for the A580. The settings for the camera or the menu
    may vary based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the
    camera manual or contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    1) Record a video in Av, Tv, P, CA or M mode.
    2) Please note that while recording a video the shutter speed is limited to a minimum
    of 1/30.
    (The procedures above are for the Cannon M. The settings for the camera or the
    menu may vary based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to
    the camera manual or contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    1) Record a video in mode.
    (The procedures above are for the X-Pro1. The settings for the camera or the menu
    may vary based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the
    camera manual or contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    1) Record a video in A, S, P or M mode.
    2) Adjust the exposure by rotating the dial at the back of the camera.
    (The procedures above are for the NEX-5. The settings for the camera or the menu
    may vary based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the
    camera manual or contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    Samsung NX Mount
    Four Thirds FT Mount
    Micro Four Thirds Mount
    1) Record a video in A, M or mode.
    2) Please note that while recording a video the shutter speed is limited to a minimum of
    1/30.
    (The procedures above are for the NX-200. The settings for the camera or the menu may vary
    based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the camera manual or
    contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    1) Record a video in , P, A, or M mode.
    2) Please note that while recording a video the shutter speed is limited to a minimum of
    1/30.
    (The procedures above are for the E-5. The settings for the camera or the menu may vary
    based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the camera manual or
    contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    1) Record a video in , P, A, or M mode.
    2) Please note that while recording a video the shutter speed is limited to a minimum of
    1/30.
    (The procedures above are for the E-5. The settings for the camera or the menu may vary
    based on the camera model or due to a functional upgrade. Refer to the camera manual or
    contact the camera manufacturer for detailed information.)
    SPECIFICATIONS
    APERTURE RANGE
    (T-STOP)
    OPTICAL CONSTRUCTION
    MINIMUM FOCUSING
    DISTANCE
    FILTER SIZE
    MAXIMUM DIAMETER
    MOUNT
    ANGLE
    OF VIEW
    LENGTH (LENS MOUNT
    TO FRONT)
    WEIGHT (CAP, HOOD
    DETACHABLE)
    35mm
    APS-C
    FOUR_
    THIRES 4/3”
    GEAR
    MODULE
    FOCUS DIAMETER
    APERTURE DIAMETER
    1:2.2 135mm ED UMC
    T2.2 to T22
    11 ELEMENTS IN 7 GROUPS
    0.8 m (2.62 ft)
    Ø 77mm
    Ø 82mm
    7. SPEC
    Symptoms Cause Countermeasures
    A lens cannot be attached to
    the camera.
    A lens cannot be detached
    from the camera.
    Blurry images
    The reference point on the lens is not aligned
    with the lens attachment reference point on
    the camera.
    Align the attachment reference point on the lens
    with the lens attachment reference point on the
    camera.
    Incorrect rotation direction for detaching the
    lens.If you turn the lens while holding the
    camera, it may cause damage to the lens.
    Hold down the lens release button on the camera,
    gently turn the lens toward the lens
    attachment/detachment reference point marked on
    the camera, and then pull the lens away.
    Incorrect focusing.Camera shake, or
    insufficient shutter speed.
    Turn the focusing ring while checking the subject
    with the indicator in the camera or checking
    visually to set the focus until the subject is clear,
    and then press the shutter. After selecting a
    shutter speed of 1/125 sec or faster, steady the
    camera and take a photograph.
    Automatic focusing does not
    work properly.
    The pictures are too dark or
    too bright.
    The camera flash is not
    synchronized to the camera.
    A manual focusing lens has trouble with
    automatic focusing.
    Turn the focusing ring to focus on a subject.
    The exposure is incorrect.
    Set the aperture adjustment ring of the lens correctly.
    With a non-CPU lens, the camera flash may
    not be geared to some cameras.
    Refer to the camera manual.
    There is no camera finder
    indication or display.
    Zoom failure.
    The lens can't be attached to
    other cameras.
    You want to attach our 2X or
    1.4X converter lens.
    This lens doesn't have electronic contacts, so
    there is no electronic communication with the
    camera.
    No problem with shooting.
    This lens is a single lens.
    This lens is designed for a specific mount type.
    Purchase the designated lens mount.
    Our converter is designed for the T (M42
    SCREW) mount only, thus it cannot be used
    with this product.
    You can use each company's own mount
    converter.However, be aware that auto focusing
    is unavailable.
    8. Troubleshooting
    9. Safety Precautions
    WARNING!
    Do not wet this product or expose it to a moist environment. It may cause a
    fire or electric shock.
    CAUTION!
    Don't use this product or store it close to devices that generate heat i.e.,
    heaters, thermal regulators, stoves, stereo amplifiers.
    Do not expose the lens to drastic temperature changes.
    Do not touch the surface of the lens with your hand, or let it come into
    contact with sharp objects.
    Do not drop the lens.
    Do not soak the lens in water, and avoid water splashing onto the lens.
    If there are foreign bodies on the lens, use a lens cleaning kit only.
    http://www.syopt.co.kr
    Headquarters and Factory : 123 Jayumuyeok 6-gil, MasanHoewon-gu, Changwon-si,
    Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea(Bongam-dong) (Masan Fee Trade Zone 2
    P.O.BOX 340) Postal code: 630-500
    TEL: 055) 250-5600 FAX : 055) 292-3135
    Sales department : 5th floor, 124, Yeoksam-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
    (Yeoksam-dong Chungbo building) Postal code: 135-933
    TEL: 02) 784-9961 FAX: 02) 784-1440
    Figure
    Figure
    The following precautions are divided into two types
    according to the level of danger.
    Warning Caution
    If this instruction is not
    followed, it may cause death
    or severe injury to the user.
    If this instruction is not
    followed, it may cause
    damage or injury to the user.
    The following pictograms are used in the below precautions:
    Requires caution. Inside the pictogram it shows contents of
    precautions. (The pictogram on the left shows the caution for ignition.)
    Shows prohibition. Inside the pictogram it shows contents of prohibition.
    (The pictogram on the left shows the prohibition of disassembly.)
    Shows instruction. Inside the pictogram it shows contents of instructions.
    (It shows instruction of precaution in the pictogram on the left.)
    Warning Caution
    Don't look at the sun through
    the lens.It may cause blindness.
    Attach the lens to the camera
    correctly and make sure that
    the lens is attached firmly. If the
    lens is not attached correctly, it may
    not be pulled out or it may fall down,
    causing injury.
    Do not apply excessive weight
    on the lens attached to the
    camera. It may cause damage
    to the lens and camera
    mounts. Be sure to hold the
    lens when operating or moving.
    Ensure that the camera
    operates properly by checking
    the lens beforehand or by test
    shooting for important events such as
    a wedding ceremony and an overseas
    trip.
    Keep the lens out of
    children's reach. It may drop
    or fall down, causing injury.
    Do not modify or alter the
    lens.It may lead to failure of
    the camera. Modified or
    altered lenses may not be repaired.
    Don't leave the lens in direct
    sunlight. It may cause a fire,
    depending on lenses that
    concentrate light on a close
    object.
    Don't look at the sun directly
    through a camera with a lens
    attached. It may cause
    damage to one's eyesight.

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Model Cine DS DS135M-NEX
Produkt Linse
EAN 0084438764291
Sprog Engelsk
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