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7Artisans

Lente APS-C de gran apertura 7Artisans 50 mm F0.95

Lente APS-C de gran apertura 7Artisans 50 mm F0.95

Precio habitual $179.00
Precio habitual $236.00 Precio de oferta $179.00
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La lente 7Artisans 50 mm f/0,95 tiene una longitud focal fija para retratos. Su impresionante apertura máxima rápida ofrece un gran control sobre la profundidad de campo y también beneficia el trabajo en condiciones de oscuridad y poca luz.

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Steven R. Jones

This lens has already received high praise from serious professional portrait photographers. In-Studio this lens creates great rendering of subjects with smooth out of focus backgrounds (bokeh). At 0.95 one has to be very careful to nail focus on eyes, subject, etc. I am very pleased with this lens and will continue to use it on my FujiFilm XT-4 and save the X-100V for Street Photography.

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dbuilder

Prior to my purchase, I extensively researched several YouTube reviews and found that they were all truthful. The lens's image quality at f0.95 is somewhat soft but improves significantly after reaching around f1.4. In low-light situations, I frequently utilized f0.95 and achieved favorable results. Additionally, the lens's build quality is exceptional, surpassing even that of Canon's L lens, and the focus dial feels luxurious.

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Nthabiseng Mdluli

From the spec, I wanted to try this lens to check out the bokeh. It performs excellently, giving pleasant bokeh. For close ups, the DOF is so thin it becomes hard to use the focusing ring and I have to nove my body by tiny amount to focus.I've only tried flowers but expect good results with portraits based on a few test photosIt looks very well-built for a $209 lens also. I'm looking to buy more lens from 7Artisans.

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Elian Terry

The first copy I received didn't focus to infinity, so it was exchanged for the lens I'm reviewing here. This lens focuses PAST infinity, so while the first problem is solved, it would have been nice to be able to find infinity by turning to the stop. It's not a deal breaker for me, but it's flaw 1 in my opinion.In general the lens is very well made, and it feels like a little cannon ball on the front of my EM1-2; it would probably be unwieldy on a smaller camera that didn't have a substantial hand grip. The photos it takes are acceptably sharp in the center at f/0.95 and sharpen up considerably at f/4 or f/5.6. I actually expected it to be less sharp than it is. Bonus.The second non-deal-breaker is that the focus throw is pretty short, so it's very fussy and easy to turn past the sharp focus point. Using focus peaking is fine, but the depth of field is so shallow that if you hand-hold lots of shots, the focus is very easily lost just involuntary movement or shifting for balance. Second flaw, but I will put up with that inconvenience also.All things considered, it's a fun lens and a real bargain if you don't mind working without auto-focus. Five stars for picture quality because even though it's not the sharpest around, one must consider how affordable it is. You get a lot for your money!

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Anabel Kayemba

Works really well on my Olympus OMD EM1 M3, renders good color and is very sharp. Bokeh is pleasing with low fringing- for the price this is a very good offering.