Tag: Lomo Minitar 32/2.8 review

  • Update: the Lomo Minitar-1 32/2.8 on the Leica M6

    Update: the Lomo Minitar-1 32/2.8 on the Leica M6

    A few weeks ago I posted a review on the Lomo Minitar-1 32/2.8 lens. Though this lens is even smaller than a lens back-cover, it does suffer from a few drawbacks, cyan corners being one of them. Being a Lomo lens, I suspected this lens would deliver better quality on (less critical than digital) film. […]

  • The Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 32/2.8 lens review

    The Lomo LC-A Minitar-1 32/2.8 lens review

    There’s a new range of lenses available for the Leica M mount. You remember Zenit, the Russian producer of cameras and lenses? Well, they’re back, this time in collaboration with Lomo. Yes, the brand that produces plastic cameras for hipsters. But this time, they’ll be selling lenses for probably the pickiest photographers on earth: the […]