Available in most popular mounts (shown here in the Canon version), this full-frame 85mm f/1.4 ($270–$300, street) is a 128mm equivalent on most APS-C bodies (136mm on Canons). It’s well-built, with a polycarbonate outer shell and metal chassis and lensmount. More sophisticated electronically than the noncoupled 35mm f/1.4 Rokinon tested here in July, it offers an autodiaphragm, to avoid stopping the lens down to the working aperture before shooting. The Nikon-mount lens goes further with two versions, one with focus confirmation as well as AE data. The AE-only version costs $30 less. As with older, non-G, Nikon lenses, you must set the lens to minimum aperture for autoexposure in program and shutter-priority modes; unlike Nikon lenses, the Rokinon lacks a minimum-aperture lock.