Zenzanon Bokeh

Discussion in 'Medium Format' started by jeff_adler, May 24, 2014.

  1. I recently got a 100/4 Zenzanon E macro lens. After shooting a few rolls I think it's a decent performer. There was a shot of a flower on my last roll. The flower is an azalea and there is a bush behind it. The flower itself is sharp but behind it is what looks like swirling bokeh. In the past I have only seen this with zoom lenses. Has anyone else seen swirling bokeh with this lens? Does the newer 105 macro also show this?
  2. Could you post an example. I have a PE 105mm macro and could check against any of my shots to see just what a "swirling bokeh" is?

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