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Yasuhara Anthy 35mm F1.8 RF Image Gallery

Dustin Abbott

January 2nd, 2020

With any new camera system there is a vulnerable period where the quantity and quality of lenses available for the system can either make or break its momentum.  Canon has been weathering that storm on its “R” full frame mirrorless platform, where of the ten RF mount lenses from Canon at this point, only two fall under $1000 in their MSRP, with the majority of the lenses (7 of them!) being in excess of $2000!  Canon has desperately needed more financially accessible lenses for a broad rollout of the R system, and that typically means needing third party lenses to come in and flesh out the affordable part of the range.  I recently reviewed a lens that will help (the Samyang 14mm F2.8 RF) and the subject of today’s focus is another – a nicely made manual focus prime from Japanese boutique lens maker Yasuhara.  The Yasuhara Anthy 35mm F1.8 has classic good looks, a solid metal build, and comes in a native RF mount.  And, perhaps most importantly, it has a very reasonable price tag of $299 USD.  Is the Yasuhara Anthy prime worth your money?  Watch for my review soon, but in the meantime you can check out the images here in these galleries to help determine if it is for you.

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Photos of the Yasuhara Anthy 35mm F1.8 (RF)

Photos taken with the Yahuhara Anthy 35mm F1.8f (Canon EOS R)

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