Thypoch: Surprisingly Good, Cheap, Retro-Looking Lenses

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Panasonic S5II
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Panasonic Lumix S 20-60mm ƒ/ 3.5-5.6.
Panasonic Lumix S 18mm ƒ/ 1.8.
Panasonic Lumix S 85mm ƒ/ 1.8.

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  1. I bought that lens. The photo quality was actually very good. But I really disliked that infinity lock button especially since it was not focused at infinity, I had to always change my focus. Plus there was heavy vignetting. It was correctable in post but it was the most of any lens I have ever shot with. That said, those problems could have been because I was adapting it to a Sony camera. I ended up returning it. As for vintage style lenses I have found that Light Lens Lab makes some great lenses but they are more expensive.

    1. Thigh-pok is supposedly coming out with a non infinity locked version pretty soon

    1. Leica can only range finder focus to 0.7 anything under and it’s live view

  2. Every time you say “Infinity Lok”, I think of Lok in a Buzz Lightyear outfit.

  3. Part of why I’m not super keen on the ZF is the weird juxtaposition of a retro body but 99% of their lenses looking “modern” and ugly imo. The ZF body is super pretty but they really need lens support for it if they want that fujifilm $$$

  4. It would have been perfect if they’d had the 6-bit contact on the Z mount (like the voightlander), it makes it easier to focus on the Nikon Zf with the squares turning green and it allows you to be quick without having to zoom into the image to confirm focus.

  5. My favorite thing is to use any lenses that is compatible. A pricey addiction but I can’t help myself in trying out different lenses/filters

  6. If that infinity lock locks at precisely infinity, it would be a great taking lens for an anamorphic adapter.

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