Minolta/Sony Smooth Trans-Focus

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by usayit, Nov 10, 2007.

  1. usayit

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    Apparently this lens has been around for a little while but I'm just now reading about it. Pretty darn creative, innovative and exotic... I like! Wish they had something similar in Canon EF mount or M-mount.

    http://www.dyxum.com/columns/articles/lenses/SAL-135F28/Sony-AF-135-STF-SAL-135F28_review.asp

    Anyone have a clue as to why two aperture diaphragms are needed to produce such nice bokeh? Kinda says in the article but it isn't too clear. I know many Leica lenses use a large number of aperture blades in order to create pleasing bokeh.
     

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