Chinese Optics manufacture Kamlan has announced, at CP+ 2022, the details of its first lens designed for full-frame sensors, a new 55mm F1.4 lens that will be available for Canon RF, Nikon Z and Sony E mount camera systems.

The manual focus lens is constructed of eight elements in six groups, uses a 13-blade aperture diaphragm, has an aperture range of F1.4 through F16 and has a minimum focusing distance of 30cm (11.8”). Based on the sole image KamLan has shared, it appears as thoguht he lens will have knurled focus and aperture rings. It’s not clear whether the aperture ring is clicked or de-clicked, btu based on KamLan’s past designs, it’ll most likely be clicked.

A KamLan production line worker poring over a 50mm F/1.1 MK2 lens. Image via KamLan.

Below is a small collection of sample images taken with the lens:

The lens is set for a March 2022 release, but no pricing information has been made available at this time. For context, KamLan’s second-generation 50mm F1.1 manual lens for APS-C camera systems retails for $249 while its 28mm F1.4 and 21mm F1.8 APS-C lenses retail for $199 and $179, respectively. You can purchase KamLan lenses through the company’s online shop as well as Adorama.