Veydra Mini Prime 25mm T2.2

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The Veydra Mini Prime 25mm T2.2 lens is a standard to mid-wide focal length. This Veydra lens most closely replicates a natural human eye field of view on Micro4/3 cameras and a mid-wide field of view on APS-C sensor cameras.

Available in Micro4/3 (MFT), C-Mount, Sony FZ, and Sony E Mount. The Veydra 25mm T2.2 lens features a 31mm image circle and covers all current production APS-C sized sensors.

Purpose built for cinema acquisition applications, all Veydra lenses feature constant volume focus, 0.8 cinema pitch gears on the iris/focus rings, constant T-Stop, and common front diameter for quick lens changes in a production environment.

All Veydra lenses exceed 4K resolution and are constructed of the finest grade aluminum and optical glass elements with multi-coating for color consistency.

Veydra lenses are designed with quality and value in mind. All Veydra products are priced at the absolute minimum retail price to help you achieve your creative vision.

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Weight 1.1 lbs
Angle of view

38.2 degrees

Image Circle


Focus Rotation

300 degrees

Front Outside Diameter


Filter Thread



T 2.2 – 22

Close Focus


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    I use this lens as my 50mm wide for talking heads, and it preforms exceptionally! Often when I’m cutting a piece the backbone of my narrative rests on an intimate connection to a person’s story. The talking head element is a cornerstone of this structure, so getting a great medium / wide, with nice focal drop-off is key. This lens is wonderful when paired with my Veydra 35mm, 70mm equivalent, for my tight BCAM shots. They’re all you need for a cinematic two cam setup.

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    I have used my 25mm as my normal 50mm-ish lens on every one of shoots ever since I received it. It produces beautiful bokeh and compliments my footage by actually helping to control highlights as well as creating a style I have never seen before in other glass. I recently went on a trip to LA and I shot a highlight video of my time there. Check it out to see test footage and the lens in action. Link:

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