KLDSLR Retail Store
We will open every day at 10AM to 7PM daily.
Address : KLDSLR Lot 61-4A, Jalan SS2/75, 47300 Petaling Jaya
Regular checkout will be only process on Monday to Friday. Cut off time at 12PM for same day delivery. Special urgent case can be handle manually if you need. Please call 60172310117 for assistance.
All order that purchase before Cut Off time, will be send same day with Pos laju or Citylink. For KL Area, you may opt for High speed delivery to receive your item the same day evening.
Store Pickup orders placed up to 12PM will be available for same-day pickup after 1PM until store closing time (Only for local Malaysia credit card / bank transfer transaction) . Foreign transaction will need 48 hours for fraud scanning. Store Pickup orders placed less than 1 hour from store closing, or while the store is closed, will be ready for pickup 30 minutes after the store reopens. For item that Pre-Order Status, or out of stock, pick up will be only available after item arrive. Our staff will contact you for the pick up when its ready.
The Samyang 135mm T2.2 VDSLR with Samsung Nex is the cine/video-version of the well-known Samyang 135mm f2.0 ED UMC lens with the same optical characteristics. The VDSLR-version is provided with a geared focus ring which allows to use the follow-focus system. This lens is suitable for full-frame DSLR or camcorders with a 24x36 or smaller sensor.
The Samyang 135mm T2.2 VDSLR lens has a floating lens structure with an extra low-dispersion lens element for maximum optical performance. Thanks to the circular aperture with nine iris blades a beautiful background blur can be achieved when shouting portraits. All lens elements are provided with Samyangs multilayer anti-reflective UMC coating, resulting in a very high contrast and natural color reproduction. Both the lens design as well as the coating contribute to a minimization of the chromatic aberrations, ghosting and flaring.
The VDSLR-version of the Samyang 135mm T2.2 VDSLR lens has an uncoupled aperture and a focus ring, an ideal combination for shooting. Another difference is that at the VDSLR version, the maximum light intensity is measured in T-stops instead of F-stops. At T-stops, the actual amount of light that passes through is measured, which makes the indication in T-stops more accurate.