Kamlan 50mm F1.1 MKII: First Look | Photographer Dustin Abbott shares a first look at the much improved MK II version of the Kamlan 50mm F1.1 lens for Sony E-mount (APS-C), Fuji X Mount, Canon M mount, and Micro 4/3rds. See the build and design elements, what’s changed, and a number of photos from the new lens. Check out the image gallery here:

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25 thoughts on “Kamlan 50mm F1.1 MKII: First Look | 4K

  1. Been looking for a nifty-50 and I was just about to back their Kickstarter and grab an Mk2 when I came across your video and realised there's no autofocus :D. This wouldn't play well on my Ronin-S so you just saved me a good 200$. Thanks!

  2. Just received a Wechat push notification from Kamlan's official public account. Apparently, the lens is going on Kickstarter on June 4, 2019 at 22:00 Beijing Time (14:00 GMT.) That's slightly over 7 and a half hours from now. THE HYPE IS REAL!

  3. Where to purchase the mk2? Their own site only has mk1 as confirmed by the 248g weight (https://www.kamlan.shop/products/kamlan-50mm-f-1-1?variant=16335487959091).

  4. I think kamlane 1.1 mark ll is owsam , specially for low budget photo & videographers . But can we use in Nikon or Nikon z sereace ?

  5. I didn't even know about this mk2 version until I found this video just now. Thanks for that! I'm really interested in this new version. The first version was not good enough so I sold it.

  6. I'm new to the lens and the company too did some research was only privy of the original version of the lens(actually just bought it) Probably would have waited if I knew about the upgraded model.

  7. HOLY SHI*T IT'S HERE!
    AND WHY AM I USING ALL CAPS?
    Btw, Kamlan FINALLY fixed their website, it now looks excellent and has good English translations! Finally, I don't need my crazy Soviet projector lens for ultra wide-aperture, that lens is kind of like the og Kamlan 50mm, except it is stuck at f1.2, has lots of barrel distortion, field curvature and lateral CAs… and it's much sharper than the og 50mm at any aperture in the centre of the frame… (Hopefully the mk2 beats that)
    Another thing: It seems MaChang Optics, the company that created Kamlan, changed their profile picture on Kickstarter to the 50mm f1.1 mk2. The hype is real!

  8. Been looking forward to this! Their 28mm is a real gem if you know how to nail the focus. On their website it says the MK2 will be around the $200 mark. Let's wait and see what the price will be at AliExpress after it is mass produced 👍

  9. Would be nice to have something like that at a decent price for full frame (one may still dream, right?), but I guess on APS-C or smaller it could be a wonderful portrait lens, with the FOV and DOF being about comparable to the much used 85mm/f1.8 standard.
    I support the entire list of wishes for improvement, as far as the "automation" of the lens goes, that you mentioned, and we'll see about the optical quality in more detail very soon, I guess.
    Did I understand it correctly though, that it is (or will be) available neither for Canon EF-S nor for Nikon F mount?

  10. If they keep the price below 200€ it is going to be a great lens. I recently bought the first version of Kamlan 50mm f/1.1 for 110€ and I am very satisfied. Some in body digital correction of contrast, saturation and sharpness are needed but the shallow depth of field is great and the only reason I bought this lens.
    I can't wait for the main review of the new Kamlan 50mm f/1.1 II.

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