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New Viltrox lens (56mm) on test - and the bokeh?"Very, very smooth".

Neues Viltrox-Objektiv (56 mm) im Test − und das Bokeh? „Sehr, sehr smooth“.

Also to the new one 56mm lens (APS-C), the Rollei in collaboration with Viltrox is currently on the market Professional photographer Stephan Wiesner made a review on YouTube.

The lens also exists for Fuji and also as 33mm variantthat we here have linked.

While Stephan Wiesner deals with the individual characteristics of... lens For example, he goes into the metal processing of the lens, which, as he says, makes the lens Very high quality feels. The processing of the glass also plays a role, as the professional photographer explains. He then turns his attention to what is beautifully presented in the video Bokehthat he as „very, very smooth“ describes. This is obviously the case. I would sayl up to aperture 2.0 It's very nice if you have flowers in the background or if you have lights, you can really great portraits do with it.“

56 mm Viltrox Objektiv mit unterschiedlichen Blenden

That one too special fast autofocus Wiesner explains very well in the video, sometimes focusing the camera on a houseplant, sometimes on a picture on the wall, sometimes on a mannequin. He hits it every time Autofocus reliably reaches the desired target and quickly focuses on the subject. Of course, as is usual in Stephan Wiesner's videos on this topic, he also photographed a test chart on which you can see that everything is sharp. The photographer is happy with this result „very satisfied“as he explains.

Rollei Viltrox-Objektiv 56mm

ISO Exposure time focal length cover
100 1/125 sec. 56mm 1.4


Conclusion: „It is a Standard lens for portrait photography And that's exactly what you can do very, very well with it, explains Wiesner. That too The professional photographer likes the value for money. This performance in this price range is not a given..“

You will receive the test charts from Stephan Wiesner's video here. 


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