First Review – Zhongyi Mitakon 42.5mm F1.2 MFT lens


The photographyblog has posted a new and full review of Zhongyi Mitakon 42.5mm f/1.2 MFT lens from Chinese lens designer/manufacturer Shenyang ZhongYi Optical and Electrical Company and what is said after the review let’s see:

In terms of image quality, the lens creates some nice bokeh effects when shooting wide open at f/1.2, creating an attractive dreamy look, but you really need to stop down to f/4 to get critically sharp results in the centre of the frame, with the edges slightly worse. This lack of sharpness may actually be a plus-point for portrait shooters who want a more romantic look – just make sure that the image quality fits your particular bill. Chromatic aberrations are commendably almost completely absent, but vignetting is pretty bad at f/1.2, not disappearing completely until f/4.

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