• 2020-07-28 Photo contest Winner



    Thank you participating in our Samyang Optics Photo Contest!

    As many of you have been waiting some good news, we're excited to announce the winners!



    ✔ 1st place (1 winner)



    2nd place (3 winners)


    Siliang Wang


    RoGina Montgomery



    Philip Funke


    3rd place (5 winners)


    Ankit Biradar









    Jenny Westber



    Joel B.




    - Winning Entrants must be able to provide a high resolution digital file.

    The submitted photos will be displayed in the gallery can be used on / offline marketing purposes of Samyang Optics.

    - Please check the website mounts other information on Samyang lenses.

    - If the lens is received as a prize, Samyang Optics will be able to a sample photo review of the lens in the future.

    - The prize is not replaced by cash any other kind.

    - If you do not enter the lens information, it may be excluded from the prize gift.


    Thank you joining stay with us!

  • 2020-07-28 Lens Manager Software Update Announcement (Version 2.52 for Windows)

    We would like to announce the availability of updated lens manager software version 2.52.

    Please download this latest lens manager software(Ver. 2.52) to update.

    ●Operating System: Windows
    ●Lens Manager File Version: 2.52
      : Improved compatibility in regards to .NET Framework

  • 2020-07-22 Tech-Talk about AF 75mm F1.8 FE by Professionals


    Tech-Talk about AF 75mm F1.8 FE by Professionals

    Click and watch the AF 75mm F1.8 FE video!

    It’s time to hear what professionals say about AF 75mm F1.8 FE, the newest lens in Samyang Tiny Series for FE mount.

    “Innovation in Size” - Photography Blog

    “Weighing in at just 230g(8.11oz) and measuring 6.9cm(2.72in) in length, the Samyang AF 75mm F1.8 FE is a very small and light lens given its focal length. Compared to its most direct rival lens, the new Samyang lens is 141g(4.97oz) lighter and 1.3cm(0.51in) shorter in length.”

    - Photography Blog -

    “Best Portraits Created by Shallow Depth of Field” - ePhotozine

    “The 75mm focal length is actually very easy to get along with. It works well for portraits as well as for a wide variety of short telephoto applications. Whether the photographer sees this as an unusually long standard lens or as a slightly shorter portrait lens, the 75mm length proves in use to be very equitable. We can approach our portrait subjects quite closely, but not so close as to cause distortion of the features.”

    - ePhotozine -

    “Advanced Autofocus System” - Sebastian Dylag

    “Thanks to a new Stepping Motor(STM), AF is very silent, so it's very good for video. You will not hear too much noises while the focus is on. AF is very accurate. I've tried some testing with this lens, walking towards the camera for both photo and video, the result was very good so I think focus is really good. Especially remember it's not a native lens and it does such a good job!”

    - Sebastian Dylag -

    “The Joy of Customization” - Nic Taylor

    “The custom switch has two modes labelled ‘Mode 1’ and ‘Mode 2’. If the switch is set to Mode 1 then as you’d expect you can alter focus using the focus ring (if the camera is set to MF or DMF). However, if the switch is set to Mode 2 then you can adjust the aperture using the focus ring instead of the dial on the camera body. From what I'm lead to believe, this function of this switch will be able to be changed via firmware updates using Samyang's Lens Station. I could see that this would be welcomed by videographers especially as this method of changing the aperture is a lot smoother than turning the dial on the camera.”

    - Nic Taylor -

    Click and check out the features of Samyang AF 75mm F1.8 FE!

    Meet the Samyang Tiny Series for Sony FE mount