Kamlan 50mm F1.1 MKII IQ + Review | 4K



Kamlan 50mm F1.1 MKII IQ + Review | Photographer Dustin Abbott breaks down the performance of the much improved MK II version of the Kamlan 50mm F1.1 lens for Sony E-mount (APS-C), Fuji X Mount, Canon M mount, and Micro 4/3rds. Join the Kamlan 50mm F1.1 MK II Kickstarter: Dustin covers everything from the image quality to the video performance. Read the text review: | Check out the image gallery here:

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29 thoughts on “Kamlan 50mm F1.1 MKII IQ + Review | 4K

  1. I have just received this lens and the progress are really huge compared to the first version. I need to do more test but for the moment, it’s quickly very clear => Much sharper and much less CA ….. and same kind of nice bokeh. Very nice, particularly with this low price. 👍👌👍

  2. HELP ME 😀
    Looks absolutely awesome, but I have a specific problem.

    I'm using the Blackmagic Pocket 4k, with a 0.7 speedboster
    And I already have a Sigma 18-35 and a Tamron 70-200. Basicaly 25-50mm and 100-280mm.
    Since they only offer an EOS-M mount and not an EF mount, I'm only left with a MFT option to stick it on my camera. But this would mean it would be a 100mm lens …
    which I already have with the speedboster and the Tamron 70-200mm.

    Is there any other alternative to my 50mm problem ? It has to be full manual focus(not by wire) though and a reasonable price… Thats the reason why I don't have the nifty fifty from canon. Digital focus is horrible for movies.

    HEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEELP !!!

  3. The only problem for this lens is the Samyang 50mm1.2… Such a good lens but the plastic build really make me angry…Now Kamlan comes with a solid metal build and aperture 1.1 which is 2 huge improvements…Also now we have the amazing Viltrox 85mm 1.8 Autofocus for fuji for around 300 which makes it the absolute deal…I have to think about it … Nice review Dustin,loved the colorful shirt

  4. Interestingly, my Soviet 50mm f1.2 projector lens (no aperture control) is way sharper in the center, but can only serve as a special effects lens due to the healthy amount of Petzval distortion, vintage levels of contrast, bubble bokeh, and CAs.

  5. Since this lens seems to have an oversized image circle (exchanging size and weight for performance), how does it behave on full frame?

  6. I'm waiting for them to make ultra-wide-angle lens, short tele-lenses, and super tele-lenses. Then, I can give my Soviet lenses a break.

  7. Originally I thought I would just keep the mark 1 but all these reviews convinced me otherwise. I got in early and got a 169 usd copy. Just have to wait until August for shipping

  8. Thank you, it still seems the f1.1 with manual focus will be hard to use. At $200, maybe I will buy it for very specific purposes on stills, like portraiture. But on video or moving subjects, I am afraid it will come out blurry and I can't really tell how focused the camera is using the EVF — I tried that and it didn't work well. So I can't trust this lens.

  9. Very informative review! I think I prefer the Mitakon 35mm F/0.95 Mark ii though when it comes to a fast prime for mirrorless cameras. (the 35mm focal length is really useful for various applications, I think it is the best all-purpose focal length)

  10. I wonder for the price. I guess that it will be considerably higher than the price of the first version. Maybe both versions will be available at different prices.

  11. May I ask what device you are using to pull focus while you were sharing the video test? and thank you for the review much appreciated Dustin.

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