Sonny Brown: It focused past infinity because of the adapter.
Haitham Alsakran: Hi dear I want ask you it is for full frame or not
Camera Bots: Great review. I have this lens it's awesome. Also is that song from MEGA MAN???
Klapeful: I guess you can focus way past infinity because of Infrared photography where the focus to infinity is a bit after the focus in the visible spectrum. Just a guess, or maybe it's in case of error in the construction of the lens ? Is it me or when you change the focus the K° is going down (feel like a bit more bluish) you can see it at 4:56 or 5:01 ? thanks for the video !
Brian Michael: on a crop i wouldnt expect a vignette
Michael Newman: Well that was strange, checking out a lens review and seeing it done in Maidstone! (I live here too)
Zhorell Ski: Is is good for Astrophotography?
MaximumHorizons: Thanks for review!!! So, you filmed on canon 550D, and vdslr version is good as dslr? I found vdslr on hands, so ill be take 40% video and 60% photo (astro photography) my question is, should i found dslr version in my case?
icreatemediauk: Really nice :)
Ekstremedia: Very interesting! Good video, bro
Zachary Perez: Great review, pulled a trigger on one of these thanks to your video.
But what song are you using. Its so catchy
Zone Television: It seems to be an extremely versatile lens. Great for Cinema.
Ekrem Alakus: Am freak this film
Jose luis Rubio: Great review! I ve got a nikon D7100; im looking for a perfect cine lens for it, :-) any recommendations? Anyone. .
roadrunnertropical: thank you for the useful info!
devonte lowe: how come their is no noise on that t2i..?
Symon Says TV: I'm not sure about this lens. Image quality doesn't impress me. The new Sigma 35MM 1.4 Art is amazing. The thing is, I would prefer a cine lens, cause I almost only shoot films. Hummmm....?
Eric D: I read somewhere that you can slacken 3 tiny screws to adjust the focus ring - Google [samyang focus screws]. Not sure if the hard stop matches the 8-infinity mark, though !
Nikons go past infinity to allow for refractive-index of air changing with altitude/barometric pressure and humidity, so you may want to leave it hyperfocal ...
Plus the ability to defocus can be nice cinematically !
Chris Lambert: About as fast as you can get. Canon have a few L series primes that do 1.2 I'm more video than stills but you should be able to get a decent shutter speed from it though you may struggle with focus wide open
JP90: would you say that it's quite a fast lens? what's the highest shutter speed you could get?