Lomography has this week unveiled a new lenses for full-frame mirrorless cameras in the form of the Petzval 55mm f/1.7 MK II Art lens, designed to support the Sony E, Nikon Z and Canon RF cameras. the camera lenses are now available to preorder from £349 for the lack aluminium version, with the brass version priced at £399 and the black brass lens priced at £449. Worldwide shipping is expected to start some time during July and August 2019.
The Petzval 55 mm f/1.7 is created with “discerning photographers and filmmakers in mind” the 55 mm Art Lens brings the unique look of Joseph Petzval’s original lens to full frame mirrorless cameras. This art lens is designed to allow full creative flexibility, with its 7 levels of Bokeh Control and Dual Aperture system.
“The Petzval 55 mm f/1.7, our latest iteration in the Petzval Art Lens series, is sure to knock your socks off! Designed for the newest series of mirrorless cameras from Nikon, Canon and Sony – the Petzval 55 mm f/1.7 delivers effortless bokeh control, improved optic design, and features a dual aperture system – to give you aesthetic sovereignty. Renewed and reimagined, you’ve got to experience the riveting ripples and portrait perfection of the Petzval 55 mm f/1.7. “
– The brass edition features an 8-blade diaphragm aperture system regulated by a control knob, providing it with both authenticity and a vintage feel. On top it hosts a classic waterhouse aperture system allowing to tweak the bokeh with exceptional shapes.
– Featuring a new bokeh control ring, improved optic design and dual aperture system – you can manually manipulate your shots to achieve any desired style. The New Petzval 55 mm f/1.7 offers reliability and top-tier professional quality without sacrificing its vintage styling.
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Lomography website by following the link below.
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