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Mitakon Speedmaster 35 mm f/0.95 Mark II

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Manufacturer Mitakon
Model Speedmaster 35 mm f/0.95 Mark II
Lens style Normal
Focal length 35 mm
Maximum aperture f/0.95
Angle of view 43.5 o
Closest focusing distance 0.35 m
Maximum magnification
Minimum aperture 16
Number of diaphragm blades 9
Auto focus type MF
Lens Construction 11 elements / 8 groups
Filter diameter 55 mm
Macro No
Available mounts Sony E
Fujifilm X
Canon EF-M
Dimensions 63 x 60 mm
Weight 460 g
Additional information Announced: 15.02.2016
1 ED element, 2 EHR elements, 3 HR elements
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  1. Valdai21
    Valdai21 19 September 2019, 08:04
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    IP 90.13.x.x
    Owner since: 2 years
    Price: 450
    User profile: Amateur

    Cons: - Good build quality - Incredible center sharpness even at f/0,95 - Aperture stays round when stopped down - Creamy bokeh at short and medium distances - Acceptable to good sharpness over the frame at f/4 (gets worse if you stop down more)

    Pros: - Quite heavy - Declicked aperture ring - Bokeh can look busy at longer distances - Never tack sharp from edge to edge - Sensitive to flare

    Summary: This is a specific lens I really enjoy. It is excellent for low light portraits at f/0,95 with truly great sharpness in the center and nice smooth bokeh everywhere else. In good light, it\'s quite sensitive to flare but it can lead to some good looking creative effects. At longer distances, the lens has busier distinctive bokeh, I personaly find it a bit nervous but subject separation is still easier than with any standard APS-C lens. The only thing to know is that the lens never becomes tack sharp from edge to edge. Best results when stopping down to f/4, usable but not Fujinon\'s level. The Mitakon is not the best 35mm for general use but it allows you to play with depth of field like no other. It seems well build (all metal) and is surprisingly heavy for it\'s size.

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