Meike MK-4/3-50-2.0 50mm f 2.0 Large Aperture Manual Focus Lens APS-C for 4/3 System Mirrorless Cameras Olympus/Panasonic/Lumix Mirrorless Camera – Reviews & Compare Deals

Meike MK-4/3-50-2.0 50mm f 2.0 Large Aperture Manual Focus Lens APS-C for 4/3 System Mirrorless Cameras Olympus/Panasonic/Lumix Mirrorless Camera – Reviews & Compare Deals
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Fit termsfit fr camera,GM1/ GM2 GX1/GX2/GX7/GX8 GF5/6/7 GH3/4 Olympus:EM1 EM5 EM10 EP5 EPL3 EPL5 EPL6 EPL7 GX50 GX80 GH5 GH8 G85

Meike MK-50MM f.2.0 50mm F2.0 provides for Sony A6000, A6300 , fuji XT1,XT2

50mm F2.0 Lens with big Aperture 2.0, whole body metallic designed , convenient and portable, there are other bayonet Fuji ,Canon ,Nikon ,Panasonic/Olympus ...

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Features
  • Lens structure:5 groups 6 slices
  • Minimum aperture: f/22
  • Filter diameter:49mm
  • super multi-coated/Angle: Diagonal 59 degree; Horizontal 50 degree ;Vertical 33 degree 50'
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  • EAN: 0611165872229
  • MPN: mk50mm
  • UPC: 757440976678
  • Model: MK50mm
  • Part Number: mk50mm
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  1. Description:* First, the lens is nicely packaged. It had no scratches and was in pristine condition. It comes with a cloth, a bag and a warranty card.* There are two dials on the lens. The outer dial adjusts focal length. It ranges from 2.5 feet and goes slighly past infinity. The inner dial adjusts aperture, ranges from f2.0 through f22.* The lens cap is held by friction. There are no levers or springs so it can easily be removed with a single hand.Pros:* Smooth but firm dials. They feel good to manipulate with no creaking or movement by rest of lens.* The dials come to a firm stop at both ends.* The lens feels solid and sits firmly on mount.* The aperture is clickless so this is useful for creating videos.* Great for portraits, comes to 100mm on micro four-thirds.* Pleasing bokehCons:* The minimum focal length is 2.5 feet, so you cannot be too close to subject* Max magnification is 0.08x so not great for macro photography.

  2. awesome little lens, arrived here in NZ 3 weeks after ordering. very happy with it, sample photos look sharp with great background blur.what more could you want from such a cheap but well built lens.Meike MK-4/3-50-2.0 50mm f 2.0 Large Aperture Manual Focus lens APS-C For 4/3 System Mirrorless Cameras Olympus/Panasonic

  3. Sharp edge to edge. I was not expecting that from a cheap lens. Love this thing. (Not pictured)

  4. I’m giving this 5 stars for shooting video despite it’s shortcomings because no lens this cheap should draw images and bokeh/OOF this well.It’s shortcomings are both related to build. There’s a bit of play in the focus ring (definitely a QC issue because I’ve picked up the 35mm version and the focus is perfectly damped.) The other is a bit of play on the lens mount. Again nothing of concern or performance. Other than that, the build is solid and metal.I’ve only used this on the BMPCC where at a 2.88 crop factor, the edge softness is no issue as it’s using the center of the lens which is already very good wide open. I’ve tested it next to the Sigma 18-35mm and the IQ and bokeh at 2.88 is remarkably similar – and that’s one of the best zooms available.Get it if you shoot video on M 4/3. Stick it in your pocket and take it out when you want great closeup/portrait work on the fly.

  5. This is a good lens. I have this and the Meike 35mm. I prefer the manual lens over the automatic lenses. All of the modern technologies of these newer cameras makes a manual lens easier. A manual lens does not mean that you cannot use the automatic features in the camera. Options like focus peaking and magnification and a digital tele-converter greatly improve manual focusing. They make it quick and extraordinarily easy. I use the Olympus OMD-E M10 Mark II camera. The lens produces very solid pictures. And Photoshop or other photo editing software does a good job at enhancing photos if it may need to be sharpened slightly, etc.. There is a strong misconception that the manual lens cannot handle too many motion pictures. I have found that to be completely untrue. With focus peaking and other options, I believe this lens operates more effectively with motion pictures than does an automatic. The camera never has to search to focus in between any pictures. I have taken numerous motion pictures with no problem. Obviously, the shutter speed has to be fast enough. I have included a couple of pictures, among numerous that I have taken with no issues whatsoever. The photo of the building was taken from about 100 yards away.

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