All Brightin Star Lenses

Brightin star

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Just a quick note listing all Brightin Star lenses.

  1. Brightin Star 7.5mm 1: 2.8 (APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  2. Brightin Star 10mm 1: 5.6 Fish-eye (APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  3. Brightin Star 12mm 1: 2 (APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  4. Brightin Star 16mm 1:2.8 (Full Frame, RF, E, Z, L)
  5. Brightin Star 25mm 1: 1.8 (black / silver, APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  6. Brightin Star 35mm 1: 1.7 (black / silver, APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  7. Brightin Star 35mm 1:1.2 (black / silver, APS-C, Z, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  8. Brightin Star 50mm 1: 1.4 (black / silver, APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Micro 4/3)
  9. Brightin Star 50mm 1:0.95 (FULL FRAME, E, Z, L, RF, X)
  10. Brightin Star 55mm 1: 1.8 (Full Frame, E, Z, RF)
  11. Brightin Star 60mm 1:2.8 MACRO (APS-C, E, EF-M, X, Z, Micro 4/3)

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Comments: 36, on topic: All Brightin Star Lenses

  • Nicholas

    Do I understand correctly, Brightin Star lenses are a complete copy of 7Artisans lenses?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Not all.

      Do not match
      7Artisans 7.5 / 2.8 scheme 10/9, Brightin Star scheme 11/9
      7Artisans 12 / 2.8 scheme 10/8, Brightin Star scheme 12/9 + different maximum aperture f / 2 VS f / 2.8
      7Artisans does not have 35 / 1,7 under APS-C
      7Artisans does not have 50 / 1,4 under APS-C
      7Artisans doesn't have 55 / 1,8 under Full Frame

      7Artisans 25 / 1.8 scheme 7/5, Brightin Star scheme 7/5
      7Artisans 35 / 1.2 II diagram 6/5, Brightin Star diagram 6/5

  • Igor

    Something colossal difference between Ali and the original.
    I understand correctly they are not af?
    but what about the quality?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      what original?
      Yes, they are all manual, and only for mirrorless, like 7artisans/ttartisan/newer/gear/kamlan and other little-known Chinese brands

  • York

    The star rushed along the points - the Ketays learned to work with optical glass)))

    It's funny, however, that on AF and on telephoto cameras so far the guts are thin))) - nothing, they will soon learn ...

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Yongnuo are all autofocus, like most Viltrox.

    • B. R. P.

      Maybe the zooms will still master ...

      • Arkady Shapoval

        The Chinese have already mastered manual zooms, autofocus - a matter of time

        • B. R. P.

          Interesting. What are they?

          • Arkady Shapoval

            For example Venus Optics Laowa 10-18mm 1: 4.5-5-6 C-Dreamer Ultra Wide Zoom, or cheap super telephoto like 420-800 / 8.3-16

            • B. R. P.

              Thank you.

  • Vladimir

    I'd love to see your review on the Brightin star 12mm f2

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Most likely a copy Pergear 12 / 2, it should appear in reviews

      • Vladimir

        Thank you!

  • Sergei

    And at this time KMZ / SHVABE are sharply raising the price tags for Russian-made lenses.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      I would try them 35/1

    • Rodion Eshmakov

      Well this is a fiasco. Now there is no common sense in the acquisition of their optics.

      • Andrei

        Did it make sense before? Well, for example, at least a couple of years ago. How many pieces did they sell during this time?

        • Rodion

          Before, everything was not so bad and it was bad. They had good lenses, and this is not the G-40.

          • Andrei

            Rodion, I'm not asking if they had successful lenses. I ask how much they were able to sell. In the last 3 years, how many lenses have they been able to sell? How is Koba, “about 35”?

            • Rodion

              Judging by the availability on the secondary housing, they are selling something.

              • Andrei

                1. Ie Are they so successful that after a couple of years of use they are sold on the secondary?
                2. And how many are there on the secondary housing, at least 10 pieces?

    • Ruslan

      This is tin. Soon the remains of the optics production will be closed. Either all over the hill

  • Sergei

    And I think that competition is good. It spurs producers on quality / variety and drives down prices. When there is a struggle for the market, the consumer wins.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      But KMZ does not know about it

    • Trueash

      Competition is good for the consumer, but not for the manufacturer.

  • Oleg

    All the same, it's a pity that there is nothing like this on DSLRs

    • Charles

      But there are many others.

  • Mikola

    According to your wishes - page not found

  • Vladimir

    $ 3000 for a practically no-name manual 12mm f 2.0 is not an idea. Chinese jokers :)

    • Igor

      $ 150. competitor to Samyangu - the Chinese are not joking!

  • Vladimir

    3000 $ for practically no-name manual 12 mm f 2.0, so-so idea. Chinese jokers :)

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Thanks, already on the list

  • AK

    Where is the Brightin star 60mm f2.8?

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