New Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f/0.95 III Officially Announced

Product Highlights

  • Sony E, Canon RF and Nikon Z-Mount Full-Frame Lens
  • Aperture Range: f/0.95 to f/16
  • Four Extra-Low Dispersion Elements
  • One Ultra High Refraction Element
  • Stepless, Silent Aperture Control
  • Manual Focus Design
  • Depth of Field and Distance Scales
  • 11-Blade Aperture
  • Minimum Focusing Distance: 1.6′

Press release

Zhongyi Optics (ZY Optics) have released the new Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f/0.95 version III for full frame Sony E, Nikon Z and Canon RF cameras.

Offering a natural 50mm perspective along with an ultra-fast f/0.95 maximum aperture, the Mitakon 50mm f/0.95 is a compact prime characterized by its bright f/0.95 aperture to suit working in low-light conditions. It also affords a great degree of control over depth-of-field for isolating subjects from the background and producing selective focus effects.

The new version III features a new optics design which offers a slightly more compact size and a better flare resistance. A carefully-designed 10 elements in 7 groups optics system with 1pc of HRI (High Refractive Index) & 5pcs of UD (Ultra-low dispersion) elements successfully minimizes the chromatic aberrations and delivers exceptional image quality.

An eleven-blade diaphragm helps to produce a softly diffused out-of-focus rendering (bokeh). The enclosure of the lens is made of metal to strengthen its durability.

Technical specifications

Performance
Focal Length 50mm
Aperture Maximum: f/0.95 – 16
Camera Mount Type Sony FE, Canon RF, Nikon Z
Format Compatibility 35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor/
APSC
Maximum Reproduction Ratio 0.1
Angle of View 45°
Minimum Focus Distance 1.64′ (50 cm)
Elements/Groups 10 Elements in 7 Groups
Diaphragm Blades 11
Features
Autofocus No
Physical
Filter Thread Front: 67 mm
Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 2.89 x 3.29″
(Ф73.3 x 83.5 mm)
Weight 1.58 lb (720 g)

Sample photos

Mitakon Speedmaster 50mm f/0.95 III: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

via Photorumors

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