World’s first widean­gle Pet­z­val lens

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LENSBABY has re­vealed the Burn­side 35, the world’s first widean­gle lens to use a Pet­z­val de­sign. With a max­i­mum aper­ture of f/2.8, the lens is de­signed to have a bright cen­tral area that gives sharp fo­cus as well as strik­ing colour ren­di­tion.

An­other stand- out fea­ture of the lens is an ef­fect slider, which acts as a sec­ond in­ter­nal iris to change the shape and amount of swirl in the bokeh, while adding or re­mov­ing vi­gnette and cen­tre bright­ness.

Fea­tur­ing an all-metal con­struc­tion, the lens will be avail­able for Canon EF, Nikon F, Sony A, Pen­tax K, Mi­cro Four Thirds, Sony E, Fu­ji­film X and even Sam­sung NX mount.

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