Folks who use Micro Four Thirds cameras, like the Olympus PEN E-PL1, don’t have as many lenses to choose from when compared to those who tout DSLR cameras, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t exciting lenses for them. The US-based company, Noktor, has announced its HyperPrime 50mm f0.95 lens for said camera format. Considering that f0.95 is more than a stop faster than f1.4, you’re going to get some insanely shallow depth of field. If you’re already drooling over it, you can start saving your pennies now, and prepare to pick it up when it goes on sale in April for $750. Who said folks who use the Micro Four Thirds format don’t get as much fun, eh?
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