A couple of weeks ago Feiyu launched the world’s first 4 in 1 gimbal on Kickstarter (Click here). Here are four new reivews to learn how it works:
ThePhoBlographer spotted this surprising result posted by DxOmark. The Yongnuo 85mm f/1.8 FE lens (available at Amazon US, BHphoto, Amazon DE, Amazon UK) outperformed the ten times more expensive Zeiss Otus lens:
UPDATE: The Zeiss was tested on a lower resolution camera, and this surely had a negative influence on the score. Moreover this score is not perfect, it’s a subjective standard of scoring results. So don’t take it as a perfect tool for final judgment. Still, the Yongnuo remains impressive!
You save $27 on the 50mm lens sold at TTArtisan store.
Marc Alhadeff just tested this lens and concluded:
The Meike 50mm F0.95 (249$) for E mount (APS-C = A6xxx) will be excellent for portraits and objects details, specially for close shoot with a beautiful rendering : good sharpness wide open and creamy background blur , beautiful bokeh balls, at F2 the lens is tack sharp. Color rendition is good, background blur is very creamy at short distance, contrast is also good for a F0.95 lens. Build quality is very good and focusing/aperture ring are well dampened
If you need consistency on the entire frame you will need to close to F5.6
Like a lot of budget lenses it can do better in term of CA and resistance to flare , but for a F0.95 it is perfectly usable wide open for dreamy portraits without being soft neither
Feiyu launched the world’s first 4-in-1 Gimbal on Kickstarter (Click here to read all details and preorder it). And here are the first reviews:
The Slanted Lens writes:
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