Kerlee 35mm f/1.2 For E-Mount

If you’re into ultra fast glass Kerlee might be a good option for you. While Kerlee isn’t a big name, Asian manufacturers have been making a lot of great lenses lately that are worth the investment. I couldn’t find a video of this lens in use on a Sony camera, but Photorumors has one of it in use on a Canon camera, which you can find below. The lens is currently available through Amazon if you’re interested in an ultra-fast manual 35mm.

  • 11 Elements in 10 Groups, Outstanding Central Sharpness even at f/1.2. 14 Diaphragm Blades for Smooth Beautiful Bokeh
  • Multilayer Coating Design to Reduce Clutter and Shost Image. ALL-Metal Contruction with Metal Body and Metal Lens Hood
  • Stepless Aperture Mode: There is A Little Switch Next to The Aperture Ring Which Allows You to Quickly Change Between Normal (for Photo) and De-Clicked Mode (for Video)
  • ED Lens Effectively Improve Image/Color Differences. Excellent Rendering Effect in Dim Light, also Enhance Shutter Speed to Complete a Shot
  • Smooth Focusing Feel, Appropriate Damping and Superior Experiences. Comes with An Sony E-mount Adapter, You Can Detach The Adapter and Mount Customized Kerlee Adapters for Canon, Nikon Or Pentax(Sold Separately)

ephotozine -DZOptics Kerlee 35mm f/1.2 E-mount Lens Review

DZOptics Kerlee 35mm f/1.2 Pros

  • Outstanding central sharpness
  • Beautiful bokeh
  • Virtually no central CA
  • Unique bright f/1.2 aperture
  • Crisp and positive manual focusing
  • Well made

DZOptics Kerlee 35mm f/1.2 Cons

  • Can be soft at edges
  • High edge CA
  • Susceptible to flare

via photorumors

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