Meike 10mm F2.0 Wide-Angle Lens. Perfect for APS-C Mirrorless Cameras

Meike has released the new Meike 10mm F2.0 lens for APS-C mirrorless cameras in 5 different lens mounts. Available in M43, Sony E, Fuji X, Canon RF, and Nikon Z, this lens might just be the perfect lens to keep your kit nice and lightweight. Let’s have a look at the specs!

Over the past three years, Meike has released a lot of lenses and lens accessories, such as the 16mm T2.5 Full-Frame Cine Lens, which completes their FF Cine Lens Kit, which also includes the 24mm, 35mm, 50mm, 85mm, and 105mm. Now Meike released the new 10mm F2.0 lens for APS-C mirrorless cameras in 5 different mounts.

Meike has certainly built a name for themselves as an affordable, good-quality lens maker. Currently, they are producing a large number of stills and cine lenses for APS-C and full frame cameras. And, they’re all priced below the competition with prices ranging from $69 – $1,199 for their most expensive cine lenses.

Meike 10mm F2.0 Specifications

The Meike 10mm F2.0 is a fully manual lens for APS-C mirrorless cameras. It produces a field of view equivalent to a 15mm full-frame lens.

  •    Wide aperture of F2.0
  •     Minimum focusing distance of 0.3m
  •     Filter thread size: 77mm
  •     Lens Construction: 12 groups 15 elements
  •     Weight: 550 Grams
  •     Filter Size: ø77
  •     Lens Mounts: M43/Sony E/Fuji X/Canon RF/Nikon Z Mount
Meike 10mm T2.2 Cine Lens

On paper, this lens appears to be a stills version of their Meike 10mm T2.2 Cine Lens. The only difference between the two seems to be the follow focus gears, a minor weight difference, and a slightly higher price.

The Meike 10mm F2.0 is available to order now for $449.00. Currently, only E/X/Z mounts are shipping, however, the RF/M43 mounts options are expected to be available on July 20th.

The Meike 10mm T2.2 APS-C Cine lens is now available in M43, X, E, and RF mounts and is listed for $599. Both products and further information are available on Meike’s site.

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