08-11-2016, 09:42 PM
The next exotic lens from China (Taiwan this time):
fZeros 25mm f/0.95
08-12-2016, 07:22 AM
Pretty amazing, a 68% score on bokeh effect!
The nice: Potentially a good cine lens. Looks to be well put together.
The not so nice: No real sample images. A video without footage of what the lens actually does. almost 700 grams for what is effectively a 50mm f1.9 FF lens. The bokeh has to be very good for it to be worth it.
08-12-2016, 09:11 AM
Seems like a clone of another 25mm f0.95 m43 already available ?
M43 advantahe is size and weight in the regard this lens doesn't make a lot of sense..
08-12-2016, 12:10 PM
Quote:Seems like a clone of another 25mm f0.95 m43 already available ?Which one?
I confused threads :lol:
The customized engraving part sounds cool. Sorry, someone had to say this.
And no, it doesn't look like a clone of the VoigtlÃ¤nder, since the block diagrams are only vaguely similar, and even that is only evident in the mid-rear part(s) of the lens(es). That could be a common trope of lens design, who knows.
08-13-2016, 12:47 AM
Quote:Seems like a clone of another 25mm f0.95 m43 already available ?
MFT is immensely popular among movie makers ...
08-15-2016, 07:24 AM
Quote:Pretty amazing, a 68% score on bokeh effect!
Except it is 4x faster. That might be a big deal in some situations.
Quote:Except it is 4x faster. That might be a big deal in some situations.
The lens is 4x faster but the cameras are 4x slower ...
(ISO 400 on FF is equivalent to ISO 100 on MFT in terms of image noise based on the same megapixels)
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