Olympus E-PL2 sample shots with Voigtlander Nokton 25mm f/0.95

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We've been spoiled this week, not only did we get an E-PL2 sample in for testing, we were sent a new Kingston card like this one, and a Voigtlander 25mm (50mm-e) f/0.95 Nokton also for review, so we thought we would share some quick snaps we took this Friday afternoon. We'll be showing more over the weekend, and hopefully with a wider selection of settings and with more photographic merit. Please check back regularly.


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E-PL2, ISO200, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/0.95
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100-percent crop of the same.
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E-PL2, ISO200, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/0.95
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E-PL2, ISO200, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/0.95
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E-PL2, ISO200, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/0.95
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E-PL2, ISO200, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/5.6
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E-PL2, ISO400, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/5.6. Converted in LR3.3
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E-PL2, ISO200, 25mm (50mm-e) at f/0.95
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The Voigtlander Nokton has a mFT mount, but it's not chipped, meaning there's no EXIF data recorded for apertures.

US readers and those from Canada can buy from Adorama here.

A link to Cosina Voigtlander Japan can be found here.

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