Magical Mystery Lens (test examples).

Here’s an example of what the MML performs like wide open:

And here’s the 100 % central crop:

↑Nikon Z7 + Undisclosed Magical Mystery Lens (100% central crop).

Here’s another example of the MML lens performance wide open (with some bonus bokeh):

And here’s the 100 % central crop:

↑Nikon Z7 + Undisclosed Magical Mystery Lens (100% central crop).

I’ll leave it to you to decide if you’d be happy with this level of central performance + bokeh.

I really like it.

A few of you have purchased the identity of Magical Mystery Lens from my site — thank you.  For those of you who are tempted to, I’ll let you know that until 11:59 PM tonight (Eastern Standard Time), this lens is on sale at one major retailer.

—Peter.

4 thoughts on “Magical Mystery Lens (test examples).

  1. George Michael Lane: says:

    Thanks for the clue. Found it.

  2. George Michael Lane: says:

    Peter, thanks for the comment. I found the lens.

  3. I’ve been thinking about optics for a while. It’s interesting too see what a single element can do, for example. I even tried a Micro 4/3 lens on a Sony body, and image quality was just fine. There are some fun tricks that you can do with cheap lenses to do quite impressive work, too.

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