Did some digging and found a user or two in a different mount. (No, I do not
work for Cosina) There seems to be very few of these around. Had to go look on
a CVUG users group . Perhaps it at least should be added to the pantheon of
great macro lenses available for Oly.
The complexion in the portrait is ruddy, though I assume that is the Velvia.
Maybe it is too sharp wide open (if that is even possible) given the MTF
curves and thus perhaps the bokeh is not as nice as the Z. 90 F2. You judge.
>From a public post.---CVUG
"The lens is bright at f2.5 max aperture which is good for focusing.
You'll have to make your own mind up on things such as 'bokeh' etc. At
times i've photographed things wide open in the shade with highlights in
the background and these stand out, but they aren't necessarily good
photos to start with. I've taken hundreds of macro photos with the lens.
It is sharp and I love it! If you know any of the Voigtlander lenses
made by Cosina you'll know how good the glass is. This lens is well
worth getting. I am not dissapointed one bit.
here's a couple of shots with the lens. Though I remind you that you are
looking at low resolution jpeg images on a computer monitor so I
wouldn't see it as a lens test."
A macro (handheld)...
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