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MEIKE 25mm f/0.95 Sample Photos

Sample photos from the new Meike 25mm f/0.95 ultra bright prime lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras.

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MEIKE 25mm f/0.95 Sample Photos: MEIKE 25mm F0 95 MFT Lens (1)

The MEIKE 25mm f/0.95 lens is a bright manual focus lens, with a built-in lens hood, 12 aperture blades, and covers the APS-C sensor size. The lens is available for Sony E-Mount (APS-C), Fujifilm X-Mount, Canon EF-M (EOS M), Nikon 1, and Micro Four Thirds lens mounts, as shown here. The Meike 25mm f/0.95 lens is available for £469 from Amazon.

MEIKE 25mm f/0.95 Sample Photos: MEIKE 25mm F0 95 MFT Lens (8)

Ahead of our review, we've taken a number of sample photos with the new lens, using an Olympus OM-D E-M5. The lens gives a 37.5mm / 40mm equivalent on APS-C, and a 50mm equivalent on Micro Four Thirds cameras. Simply click "High-res" to view the full-size sample photos.

MEIKE 25mm f/0.95 Sample Photos

MEIKE 25mm f/0.95 Specifications

ManufacturerMEIKE
General
Lens Mounts
  • Panasonic Micro Four Thirds
  • Olympus Micro Four Thirds
  • Sony E Mount
  • Nikon 1
  • Canon EOS M
  • Fujifilm X Mount
Lens
Focal Length25mm
Angle of ViewNo Data
Max Aperturef/0.95
Min Aperturef/22
Filter Size55mm
StabilisedNo
35mm equivalentNo Data
Internal focusingNo Data
Maximum magnification0.135x
Focusing
Min Focus17cm
Construction
Blades12
Elements12
Groups10
Box Contents
Box ContentsNo Data
Dimensions
Weight540g
Height101mm

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ChrisV 16 2.3k 26 United Kingdom
17 Jun 2016 12:04PM
Hmm. Even at thumbnail size you can see the images are soft in the centre wide open. Critical sharpness looks like it doesn't come along until around f2.8 [and even then perhaps not optimal]. It's a shame - I would consider a lens like this for MFT, but if I compare it with my Panny 25mm, [wide open] at f1.4, it looks like chalk and cheese. A stop and a bit of extra light, stop and a bit of DoF control [perhaps the biggie for MFT users who like that sort of thing] is tempting, but not so much if the resultant images are this mushy.

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