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NEW NEX mount , MITAKON 35mm f0.95

freddytto

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Hi guys I found this lens in this blog,First Mitakon 35mm 0.95 for sale. Zeiss for NEX back in Stock in US. | sonyalpharumors I thought it a good idea to discuss the matter with the new compact system market, new lenses have now come to the NEX system, it caught my attention this particular lens but to be honest, I have not used , just seen some reviews on the web and if anyone has used it please comment. Look this great pictures.
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This is the page on ebay if anyone is encouraged to buy it and give opinions :)

NEX mount , MITAKON 35mm f0.95 for NEX M4/3 - NEW ! | eBay
 

RAWFA

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I´m dying to get this lens but it doesn´t ship to Brazil...also this seller has ZERO feedback and 1 sale. Personally I would not drop us$700 with just anyone.
 

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I've seen a Chinese review of this lens and it's not perfect, as even $5,000 f0.95 lenses aren't, and I'm not sure I'm skilled enough to get the best out of it. For $700 though, I'm very tempted now
 

storyteller

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The lens looks a lot more interesting for $700 than $1200 that SLR Magic wants for it. Phillip Bloom really liked the lens. I'm curious to see more reviews. $700 for an ultra fast 50mm equivalent is pretty tempting. I've got the Sigma 30mm if I want slower but clinically perfect.
 

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Well, if you want to shoot low light, or really shallow DOF this would seem to be the lens you'd want. It will be interesting to see what formal testing shows. But, I'm probably not a buyer, at least not for quite awhile anyway. I still have too many RF lenses to buy. And there's that 10-18 looming on my horizon.

So many lenses, so little money… :(
 

storyteller

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Bimjo, I feel your pain. If you like manual glass the NEX offers too many options.

I have just enough of a legacy lens collect that I'd rather get this mythical full-frame NEX and a RF lens than a strictly cropped frame lens, but it is nice to have options and $700 this would be great for low-light people and event photography.
 

freddytto

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Bimjo, I feel your pain. If you like manual glass the NEX offers too many options.

I have just enough of a legacy lens collect that I'd rather get this mythical full-frame NEX and a RF lens than a strictly cropped frame lens, but it is nice to have options and $700 this would be great for low-light people and event photography.

I think that's true it would be worth, and invest 700 bucks in this lens would be a good options in low light conditions I think it is very good, as in this photo ....
35mm F0.95 Mitakon - Personal View Talks

I did some more research on this lens and here are more examples from Flickr ..
<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/majunrui/7595624074/" title="MITAKON 35MM F0.95 BY NEX-7-00243 by F0.95, on Flickr">
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<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/majunrui/7613975424/" title="MITAKON 35MM F0.95 BY NEX-7-00257 by F0.95, on Flickr">
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<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/majunrui/7595609546/" title="MITAKON 35MM F0.95 BY NEX-7-00242 by F0.95, on Flickr">
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And here's a good review .....

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