Samyang / Rokinon 24mm T1.5 Review




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Zone Television: It seems to be an extremely versatile lens. Great for Cinema.

Zachary Perez: Great review, pulled a trigger on one of these thanks to your video. But what song are you using. Its so catchy

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. .

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....?

devonte lowe: how come their is no noise on that t2i..?

roadrunnertropical: thank you for the useful info!
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Samyang / Rokinon 24mm T1.5 review 4.9 out of 5

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Kenneth Myers: Interesting to see all the import truck haters out there....The Nissan Titan, introduced in 2004, and with no major revisions to the truck since (it was class-leading at the time and introduced many innovative features as well), is still competative with the latest and greatest from the "Big 3", as evidenced by this test. Sure its due for an update, which will happen in 2015. I bet that they build a new Titan that will dispatch the domestic trucks with ease, and let them play catch-up for another 10 years. The Ford's brakes were at least 100 degrees hotter than the Nissan's, even WITH an integrated trailer brake control. Point: Nissan. The Ford, even with it's EcoBoost technology (let's see how reliable it is as the miles rack up) that gives it an advantage at this altitude and a 6-speed transmission, only managed to pull 0.1 MPG better up this grade (2.9 vs. 2.8)? The 5.6L Endurance engine has proven to be bulletproof, and anyone towing with an EcoBoost is not going to get significantly better MPG, at least not enough to warrant the increased premium cost of the engine initially, nor the increased maintenance and repair costs that will inevitably turn up. Of course, if you aren't planning on keeping the truck for 250,000 miles and trading it in as the warranty runs out, I guess that won't matter. Other than the downtime.... The GM, with a larger, 10-year newer 6.2L engine SHOULD do better than the 5.6L in the Titan, so that was expected. Again, 6 speed transmission gives it an edge. When the Titan came out in '04, the Ford and GM offerings had 4 speed autos in them, so like I said, Nissan led the way (technically, the RAM 1500 was also available with an optional 5 speed auto, so I'll give credit where credit is due). The 2007 Tundra was first to market with a 6 speed auto in a half-ton. Let's see what debuts on the new version of the Titan, I'm sure it will impress. Hopefully, TFL Trucks will do a comparo at that time and re-do this test with the latest models from each manufacturer, and then we'll see where the numbers are. For the record, I own a 2005 Titan 4x4, with 258,000 (and counting) miles on it. I tow every summer with it, and the engine and transmission are all original with no repairs done, only normal maintenance. I drive it every day (obviously, with 258k on it). It has been, and will continue to be, rock solid. Go drive any domestic truck with 258k on it and then come talk smack about which truck is a POS.....
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