Rokinon 14mm Lens Deal

I got up a bit late today and missed out on the Rokinon 85mm Lighting Deal, but not all is lost. Coming up in a few hours is another Lighting Deal for the Rokinon 14mm available in a variety of mounts including Canon, Nikon, Sony, Olympus, and Pentax.

People have been pretty hip to these deals as of late, and the last Rokinon 35mm F/1.4 lens deal sold out in one minute. If you're interested in a wide angle fast aperture lens, be swift and check out the deal that will hit later today via Amazon (Click Here).

Rokinon 14mm
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15 thoughts on “Rokinon 14mm Lens Deal

  1. Blaze

    How does one find out about these god forsaken deals?! I'm really keen on a samyang lens at these prices heh.

  2. Kills me I missed these. Will there be a post on cheesycam before a sale goes on next time for a samyang? The 24mm price point KILLS me I didn't get it. I would have every lens of samsung except the 14 and 8 if I coulda made those sales.

  3. I have the Rokinon 14mm, and for the price, it's a fine film lens. The difference between 16mm (16-35mm on the 5DII) and 14mm is significant. It practically gives me "aerial" photos when attached to my 12' painter's pole. It's not very sharp as a still lens, but for transitions, I love it!

  4. M505XL

    I was lucky enough to catch the 85mm deal. Can't wait to get my hands on it. I was also around for the 14mm but didn't think it was worth it.

  5. Max W

    Wait, how do you know that a deal on the 14mm will hit today? I don't see it listed on any of the links you posted. Did it pass?

  6. j hanna

    $ I've been staring at that lens fooreeeever trying to decide to pull the trigger on it or not.
    $199 was definetly a pull the trigger price. 🙁

  7. Emm

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    @Steven - Yes this is a good focal length for cropped cameras, but on a full frame (5D) is could be very very wide and have a more stylized effect.

  8. Steven

    Would this be a lens that you could use on a glidecam? I ask because you've mentioned before that it's easier to fly wide angle lenses.

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