Nanoha: Micro Four Thirds gets an "MPE-alike"

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Some more details here, via google translation. Not entirely easy to read but still enough interesting technical info to make worth a read:

http://translate.google.com/translate?j ... 48563.html

"The lens consists of 10 elements in 7 groups. Aperture F11, F16, F22, F32..."

The "frame" mentioned in the other web page seems to be shown in one of the photos at the above link. I gather this is a holder for flat, static subjects.

EDIT:

Here's what I think is the factory page, nominally in English:

http://www.yasuhara.co.jp/nanoha/index-e.html

<Another edit - below is a link to some wiki-style history about this specialty camera/lens design company:>

http://camera-wiki.org/wiki/Yasuhara
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DQE wrote: Here's what I think is the factory page, nominally in English:

http://www.yasuhara.co.jp/nanoha/index-e.html
Same site as I linked to in the first post in this thread, no?

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ChrisLilley wrote:
DQE wrote: Here's what I think is the factory page, nominally in English:

http://www.yasuhara.co.jp/nanoha/index-e.html
Same site as I linked to in the first post in this thread, no?
Yes - this link was posted earlier.

I lost track of some of the already posted links as I wandered around the net looking for more info.

Sorry about that.
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Post by Danny »

AndrewC wrote:There are hidden gems:

http://www.wrotniak.net/photo/43/e500-foc-bkt.html
Nice and a good read thanks Andrew ;)

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Post by abpho »

Just came across a similar lens for Sony. 4:1 and 5:1 shooting.

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abpho wrote:Just came across a similar lens for Sony. 4:1 and 5:1 shooting.

link
It seems to be identical to what's linked above. Do you see any differences?

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