The type of photography that you are planning to use is an important decision factor. Here we have evaluated the Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM and the 7artisans 35mm F2 for their suitability to various photography scenarios:
Size and Weight Comparison
The size of a lens is a crucial factor to consider when comparing two lenses. Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM is the longer of the two lenses at 57mm. The 7artisans 35mm F2 with a length of 41mm, is 16mm shorter. Besides being longer, the Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM also has a larger diameter of 61mm compared to the 7artisans 35mm F2's 50mm diameter.
Below you can find a scaled side-by-side image of Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM and 7artisans 35mm F2 to get a better idea of how their sizes compare in real life.
The weight of a lens is equally significant as its external dimensions, particularly if you intend to handhold your camera and lens combination for extended periods. Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM weighs 235g, which means it is 85g (26%) lighter than the 7artisans 35mm F2 which has a weight of 320g.
Below you can find the dimension and weight table of the Standard Prime Lenses in Canon EF-M Mount for size comparison purposes.
Standard Lenses in Canon EF-M Mount for Size Comparison
Both the Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM and the 7artisans 35mm F2 have the same Filter thread size of 43mm.
Below are links to the 43mm filters that we recommend you to consider for these lenses:
Both the Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM and the 7artisans 35mm F2 has the same Canon EF-M lens mount. Some of the latest released cameras that are compatible with the Canon EF-M lenses are Canon M50 II, Canon M200 and Canon M6 MII.
7artisans 35mm F2 is also available in Fujifilm X and Sony E mounts.
Canon EF-M 32mm F1.4 STM is a prime lens with fixed focal lenght of 32mm which has an effective (full-frame 35mm equivalent) focal range of 51.2mm
when used on a APS-C / DX format camera.
On the other hand, the 7artisans 35mm F2 is a prime lens with fixed focal lenght of 35mm which has an effective (full-frame 35mm equivalent) focal range of 56mm when used on a APS-C / DX format camera.