SLR Magic introduces three new lenses

SLR Magic announced three new lenses: a wide-angle pinhole lens for Micro Four Thirds cameras, a new 11mm f/1.4 Toy Lens for Penatx Q cameras and a Toy Bokehmorphic lens for Sony E mount. All three lenses are currently available for sale on eBay.

Pres release:

Hong Kong, China (March 5, 2012)  - SLR Magic introduces three more Toy Lenses.

The SLR Magic x Toy Lens Pinhole lens is the first wide-angle pinhole lens that is compatible with all micro four third mount cameras. The field of view of this Pinhole Lens corresponds to a 24mm pinhole lens in 35mm format. It is the first pinhole lens to offer a protective glass to keep dust and moisture away from the digital sensor.

The SLR Magic x Toy Lens 11mm f/1.4 is a standard focal length lens that is compatible with all Q mount cameras. The field of view corresponds to a 60mm lens in 35mm format. The fast aperture combined with the close minimum focus distance of this lens allows for pleasing shallow depth of field effect and is a joy to use.

The SLR Magic x Toy Lens Bokehmorphic allows for creative bokeh effects. The lens is compatible with all E mount cameras. The field of view corresponds to a 42mm lens in 35mm format. It is great for creative bokeh or light painting for impressionistic photography.

All three Toy Lens models will be available from authorized SLR Magic dealers by April 2012.

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  • That pinhole lens is evil no one would ever suspect you taking pictures in a sneak when most would think you have the lens cap on..

    • No the pinhole looks like an ultra thin pancake lens, but the filter makes it definately look like a lens.

  • I have bought the pinhole lens and have been trying it out. The construction is absolutely top notch and the image quality is about as good as pinholes can be produced in commercial quantities and of a consistent size. I did quite a lot of analysis on the lens I bought and later interviewed SLRMagic’s boss and I understand he’s put an extraordinary amount of experimentation and work into its design and manufacture.

    I will soon post some images on my tumblr account, plus measurement and analysis. It will be reblogged on my twitter account.

    Bottom line: It’s good and I’m glad I bought it.

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