It looks like the next big item to come out from Yongnuo is a 100mm lens after the decent 50mm F/1.8 and 35mm F/2 lenses that have came out recently. Photo Rumors doing a bit of hunting managed to find a gallery of new 100mm lens product images from Yongnuo and a new sales listing so consider this an unofficial leak with an official announcement expected soon. As of now we know that it’s a 100mm Prime similar to Canon’s lens priced at $170 for Canon EF mount and Nikon mount expected to follow later. It’s a speedy F/2 lens with auto focus and similarly sized to Canon’s model. With the release of their two prior lenses it’s an interesting option for sure considering the estimated low price.

Specifications:

Aperture: F/2-F/22
Blades: 9 Blades
Focus mode: Af, Mf
Maximum Magnification: 0.140 times
Focal length: 100mm
Lens size: 76.6 * 122mm
Type: Fixed focal length lens
Full frame: Yes
Focus Type: Prime
Model Number: YN100mm F2.0 C
Lens Type: Automatic
Filter Size: 58mm
Weight: 401g-500g

 

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