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    Quick test on dusk....should give an idea of how the lens performs
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    Lovely Flares! Its an organic lens, look not very sharp, but I kinda like that

    I hope that the MIR11-M: 12/2 covers the sensor... :/
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    Yes, this would be my question as well- is 12/2 covering the whole sensor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Rogoz View Post
    Yes, this would be my question as well- is 12/2 covering the whole sensor?
    I doubt it will judging by the images on the ebay link in the first post.
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    I believe those images was shot with a 4/3 camera, so what you can judge by those images is that the 12/2 won't cover that kind of sensor. This lens has an 12.3mm image circle, so you'll probably get some vignetting with this lens on the Pocket Camera, but not as much as on a 4/3. Crop or shoot 1.33:1 (4:3).
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMPse View Post
    I believe those images was shot with a 4/3 camera, so what you can judge by those images is that the 12/2 won't cover that kind of sensor. This lens has an 12.3mm image circle, so you'll probably get some vignetting with this lens on the Pocket Camera, but not as much as on a 4/3. Crop or shoot 1.33:1 (4:3).
    Yes they look like they were taken with the GH1. Do a BMPCC crop from those images and the 12 will still vignette.
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    Yes, just like I said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SMPse View Post
    Yes, just like I said.
    Just like I was referring to in my original post
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    Well, clarifying can't hurt And we'll know for sure when someone actually shoot something with the 12/2 and the Pocket Camera.
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    I finally had some time to get some shots with the Mir 12,5/2, to my surprise the vignetting is quite minimal.

    Please do note, that these shots are ungraded, just added a LUT and exported.

    Most is shot at f/16 as I had no filter that fits these lenses, this and the lack of focus assist/evf/handheld made it hard to nail focus, but this was just a test for myself on my way home today.

    Wide open the vignetting is minimal, see the white wall, and outdoors at f/16 there is a little more, but nothing that can't be corrected out, no cropping needed.

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