24mm F3.5


  • Full Frame
  • Low Flare & Ghost
  • Low Coma
  • Tilt-Shift
  • Wide
  • Rokinon Multi-Coating
  • Non-Rotating Filter Mount

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The Rokinon Tilt-Shift 24mm f/3.5 is a wide-angle, full-frame lens fitted with the perspective control and tilt-shift functions. Similar to the tilt and swing movements of a view camera, a tilt-shift lens allows the user to control perspective and correct convergence of lines within the frame, which can be especially useful in architecture, landscape and product photography. The optical tilt mechanisms enable precise control of depth of field along with perspective control. It is compatible with both digital and film formats with an angle of view of 83.5º and on an APS-C size sensor has an angle of view of 59.9º and focal length equivalent of 36mm (Canon APS-C: 38.4mm/ 56.9º).

The tilt-shift function on the 24mm f/3.5 lens allows adjustment of the focal plane by an angle of +/-8.5º and enables parallel shift of the optical axis by +/-12mm. The Mount Rotation Lever enables the Tilt and Shift Sections as a combined unit to be rotated RIGHT up to 90 degrees (with 30 degree adjustment). The Tilt Rotation Lever enables the Tilt section to independently rotate LEFT by 90 degrees (with 30 degree adjustment).

The lens is comprised of 16 elements in 11 groups, including two Aspherical elements and two Extra Low Dispersion (ED) elements, which reduce aberrations and provide sharp details and accurate color separation. Multi-layered, anti-reflective UMC coating on each lens element provides even light transmission while minimizing flares and ghosting.

● 24mm Full-Frame Prime Lens ● Focal length equivalent when using lens on APS-C format camera is 36mm (Canon APS-C: 38.4mm)

● Tilt/Shift functions allow for precise perspective and depth of field control

● Aspherical and Extra Low Dispersion (ED) elements minimize aberrations for sharp resolution and accurate colors

● UMC coating on lens elements provides even light transmission and minimizes reflections, flare and ghosting


Model: TSL24M-C
MSRP: $1299
UPC: 0-84438-76117-7
Focal Length: 24mm
Maximum Aperture: F3.5
Angle of View: Full Frame (FX)
Optical Construction: 16 Glass elements in 11 Groups
Aperture Range: F3.5-22
Diaphragm Blades: 6
Coating: Ultra Multi-Coating
Minimum Focusing Distance: 7.87” (0.2m)
Filter Size: 82mm
Lens Hood: n/a
Maximum Diameter: 3.39” (86mm)
Weight: 23.5oz (667g)
Length: 4.33” (110mm)
1. Rokinon MTF charts use theoretical equations to plot performance and do not rely on subjective 
opinion, subject matter, camera features, software or other factors. They plot the contrast and resolution of a lens from the center to its edges, against a "perfect" lens that would transmit 100% of the light that passes through it. The contrast of a lens is important because it directly relates to resolution.

3. Rokinon tests are carried out with the lens at its maximum (widest) aperture (Ex. 24mm F1.4 lens is measured at F1.4 for MTF).

4. Zero on the chart’s X-axis (horizontal axis) 
represents the center of the lens. As a line moves right, it indicates the change of contrast and sharpness from the center to the edge of the image. 

5. The Y-axis (vertical axis) plots the transmission of light through the lens. It has a maximum value of "1.0" to indicate 100% transmittance of the light, which is not possible to achieve. 

6. The blue graph lines (10 lines/mm) represent contrast measurement. The red graph lines (30 lines/mm) represent resolution.

7. Sagittal lines (thick lines) represent the contrast 
measurements of line pairs that are parallel to an imaginary diagonal line that runs from the bottom left hand corner to the top right hand corner of a image frame. Meridonial lines (thin lines) represent line pairs that are perpendicular to the imaginary diagonal line.

8. The higher and straighter the blue lines, the better the contrast. The higher and straighter the red lines, the better the resolution.
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