Discover a Hidden Miniature World
Ideal Choice for Macro
TTArtisan 100mm F2.8 2x Macro adopts an optical structure of 14 elements in 10 groups, including 6 high-index lenses. This is a medium telephoto lens with a tilt& shift function, and it's ideal for macro photography, product photography,and portrait, etc.
Capture the intricate beauty of small subject.
Cold Shoe Mount Bracket
Attach the cold shoe mount bracket to the 4 screw holes on the front of the lens and the cold shoe mounts can attach external devices such as LED lights.
Note: Only one cold shoe bracket is included in the package box. LED lights are not included.
The 100mm f2.8 features 12-blade circular apertures that produces nearly circular bokeh, which is smooth and natural.
Minimum Focus Distance
The minimum focus distance is 0.25m. This lens allows you to get exceptionally close to the subject, while keeping sharp image quality.
Clicked Aperture Ring
The precise and smooth feel of aperture gives you a good shooting experience.
Tilt Shift, Give some fun results
Featuring tilt, shift and rotation capabilities
The tilt angle can be adjusted 8°
1.Change the Plane of Focus
When you use a normal lens, the focal plane is parallel to the sensor, and the depth of field can be increased by narrowing the aperture so that more of the subject is in focus. But by tilting the lens allows the plane of focus not to be parallel to the sensor, it changes the plane of focus and alters the depth of field.
The Tilt function can be used to control the orientation of the focal plane, and thus the part of an image that appears sharp.
The lens can be shifted by ±6mm
The Shift function can be used to correct perspective distortion in architectural photography, product photography and other creative photography.
2.Avoid Movie Mistakes
The specular reflection will make the camera visible. If you want to make the camera invisible, the normal lens can only be done by changing the shooting position. However, in the case where the shooting position cannot be changed, using a Tilt-shift lens can solve this problem.
By tilting or shifting, it is normal that there will be vignetting on one side.
The degree of vignetting depends on the different magnifications (No vignetting when used on X-mount and M43-mount cameras)
After using the Tilt or Shift, it is normal that there will be vignetting on one side.
|T-S & Macro
|Angle of view
|14 Elements in 10 Groups
|Closest focus distance