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Sainsonic KamLan 50mm f/1.1 Image Galleries

Dustin Abbott

October 25th, 2017

Today’s lens is a very unique one:  a small manual everything prime lens for mirrorless systems (Sony, Canon, Fuji, and M43), but with a “killer app” up its tiny sleeves – a huge maximum aperture of f/1.1.  The KamLan brand (Sainsonic) is a new one (out of China), but the lens itself is beautifully made.  Obviously people will be very keen to see the bokeh quality, but we will also examine other aspects of the image quality and handling as a part of this review.   I am testing the Sainsonic KamLan 50mm f/1.1 on a Sony a6500 body.  Check out my breakdown of the build and design in the “First Look” video below, followed by my full evaluation of the image and bokeh quality (and my final verdict) in the second video.

 

Photos of the Sainsonic KamLan 50mm f/1.1

Photos Taken with the Sainsonic KamLan 50mm f/1.1

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