REVIEW: Mir-38 65mm f/3.5
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2014-02-14
Introduced in 1972 by the Arsenal Factory in Kiev, Ukraine.
Very good and solid.
Old russian lenses rarely disappoint and this is not an exception.
Image quality is nice and renders well.
Sharpness wide open is also fairly good and is very nice stoped down.
Bokeh looks great but not the best flare.
Lovely lens which is usually found quite cheap so it has a great value for the money.
Image and build quality
Contras / Bokeh
Value for the money
Little on the heavy side
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