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Meike unveils AF 85mm F1.4 STM for full-frame Sony E and Nikon Z cameras for $460

At the NAB’2023 exhibition, the first autofocus full-frame lens Meike MK 85mm F1.4 AF STM was announced , and later – in August – its prototype was shown at the...
Meike AF 85mm F1.4 STM for full-frame Sony E and Nikon Z cameras

At the NAB’2023 exhibition, the first autofocus full-frame lens Meike MK 85mm F1.4 AF STM was announced , and later – in August – its prototype was shown at the Beijing BIRTV exhibition. Now its sales have officially begun for Sony E and Nikon Z mounts at a price of $470. However, the intrigue is that the Chinese company promises to present a version with Canon RF-mount at the end of December.

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Meike 85mm F1.4 AF

The manufacturer positions the 1.4/85 as “a high-quality portrait lens that provides high-resolution images in focus and soft background blur out of focus, images are sharp and clear at any aperture. ”

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The optical design consists of 13 elements using multi-layer coating. Autofocus provides a quiet and fast STM drive. The case has a function button and USB Type C for firmware updates.


Meike 85mm F1.4 AF

Specifications:

  • Models: MK-8514FFSTM-E and MK-8514FFSTM-Z
  • Sensor format: full frame
  • Focus: auto/manual
  • Aperture range: F1.4–F16
  • Aperture: 12-blade
  • Focal length: 85mm
  • Optical lens design: 13 elements in 8 groups
  • Thread diameter for filter: 77mm
  • Minimum focusing distance: 0.98m
  • Stabilization: no
  • Viewing angles: 28.87° (diagonal), 24.1° (horizontal), 16.14° (vertical)
  • Maximum Lens Diameter: 87mm
  • Weight: ~735 g

 

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