Mitakon 42.5mm f/1.2

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Description

The new Zhongyi Mitakon 42.5mm f/1.2 Lens features an incredibly fast aperture of f/1.2, making it ideally suited for low-light conditions shooting, greater control over selective focus and shallow depth of field imagery. Designed for the use with an APS-C-sized camera sensor, the lens gives a 35mm-equivalent focal length of nearly 64mm. Above features provide an excellent portrait shooting solution for mirrorless cameras users. The lens also houses with 7 elements in 9 groups of optical lenses to provide great deal of image clarity and color renderness.

 

Zhongyi Mitakon 42.5mm f/1.2
Lens type Manual lens
Max Format size APS-C
Focal length 42.5 mm
Lens mount  M43
Aperture
Maximum aperture F1.2
Minimum aperture F16.0
Aperture ring Yes
Number of diaphragm blades 9
Optics
Elements 9
Groups 7
Focus
Minimum focus 0.45 m
Distance scale Yes
Physical
Weight 310 g
Diameter 60 mm
Length 52.5 mm
Colour Black
Zoom method Rotary
Filter thread 49 mm

Reviews

  1. Hello,
    I have three questions about 42.5mm f / 1.2 and 25mm f / 0.95:
    – Do you deliver in Belgium;
    – Do I risk customs charges in Belgium;
    – Are the lens consistent with the Olympus E-M10?
    Thank you

    • We will ship to Belgium. We will declare the item as gift and as low value but it will still be up to the customs to decide. Yes both of the lenses can be used in EM10.

  2. “We will declare the item as gift and as low value but it will still be up to the customs to decide.”
    Thank you for that clarification
    It is best to order by separate orders, 42 and 25.

  3. Hi, it says this lens is designed for aps-c sensors, but it’s only offered in m43 mount. Will you release for sony e and fuji x mounts?

    • Sorry that we will not launch sony e / fuji x mounts for this lens.

  4. “we will not launch sony e / fuji x mounts for this lens.”
    Ok, thank you. Maybe it’s best to update the description to state that is for m43 and not aps-c?

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