- Dispersion is a common optical phenomenon, especially in fast lenses. 4 sets of Achromatic Doublets are used in M 90mm f1.25 lens to significantly improves the chromatic aberration and the resolution performance, presenting excellent image quality.The spherical aberration of achromatic doublets is better than singlets.
First Choice for Portrait and Close-up Beauty
Its high speed and the unique aesthetics of its depth of focus make this telephoto lens the first choice for portrait photographers. The angle of view is 27 degrees. It highlights the main body while avoiding the suffocating sense of space compression caused by super telephoto lens.
Smooth Bokeh with Fast F/1.25 Maximum Aperture
Extremely fast f/1.25 maximum aperture affords notable control over depth of field for selective focus shooting, and also benefits handheld shooting in difficult lighting conditions.The smooth transition between the focus object and the bokeh creates a dreamy picture with an ideal depth of field and fascinating background blur.
Lens Hood Reverse Attaching
Handy reversible design allows you to attach the lens hood in reverse for easy storage. With the extended lens end, it can protect the lens from moisture, wind-blown debris and impact.
Bring with Tripod Mounting Hole
Due to the size and weight, the 90mm F1.25 manual focus lens fits on a tripod for a more stable shot, so there is a tripod mounting hole at the bottom of the lens.
A Clicked Aperture Ring
The aperture ring is stepped with the right amount of resistance and click, marking on full stops from f/1.25 to f/16.
Support Macular Linkage
Support the macular focusing of Leica/Voigtlander/Minolta and other paraxial m-port cameras.
Closest Focusing Distance
|11 Elements in 7 Groups
Angle of view
|For mirrorless camera
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