It has a minimal focus distance of 0.6m, a filter size of 62mm and 8 aperture blades. I noticed that when stopped down a little the “Circle of confusion” was hexagonal in shape but wide open was circular. Apart from from the edges which where more half moon. I actually was actually quite partial to this look…He hopes they'll make a version for Canon (though would a Micro Four Third lens actually have enough glass to cover an APS sensor, or would they have to redesign the whole thing?)
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Noktor F0.95 Hyperprime 50mm lens
Philip Bloom writes a short review of the Noktor F0.95 Hyperprime 50mm lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras and likes it a lot. It's not perfect, but at $750 it offers a good combination of features.