Capture Stunning Shots with the Mitakon Zhongyi Creator 135mm f/2.5 Lens (Canon RF)!

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Mitakon Zhongyi Creator 135mm f/2.5 Lens (Canon RF)

The Mitakon Zhongyi Creator 135mm f/2.5 is designed for Canon RF mount cameras. This high-performance lens from Zhongyi Optics has a focal length of 135mm and a maximum f/2.5 aperture. It offers excellent optical quality with minimal aberrations, and is well suited for a variety of subjects and lighting conditions. The lens also features a robust build quality with a 9-blade diaphragm, and a maximum magnification of 0.2x.

Optically, the lens is exceptionally sharp and produces excellent images across the frame. Thanks to its two ED (Extra-low Dispersion) elements, chromatic aberration is virtually absent, and virtually all other aberrations are really quite minimal and barely noticeable. On top of that, flares and ghosting are –almost– non-existent when shooting through bright light.

In terms of handling and construction, the lens feels solid and strong. It features a metal mount and a 0.8 module focus gear for compatibility with many of the most popular follow-focus systems. It also has an internal focus design makes operation smoother and quieter, and a rounded 9-blade diaphragm which helps to produce pleasing bokeh.

The lens also features a number of other useful features. It has an integrated focus distance scale as well as clear distance markings for quick precise focusing. It also has a two-step magnification scale – 0.09 and 0.2x – to change the angle of view without having to refocus. Finally, the lens has a flare-resistant coating, which helps to prevent unwanted flares and ghosting.

Overall, the Mitakon Zhongyi Creator 135mm f/2.5 lens offers excellent performance for the price. Its combination of sharp optics, robust build quality and excellent features make it an ideal lens for professionals and amateurs alike. It’s perfect for portraits, street photography, landscapes, and other applications, and produces stunning results in low-light conditions.

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