Olympus has filed a new patent for 28mm f/1.4 lens designed for mirrorless cameras with full-frame image sensors.
The patent application refers to a prime optic. It consists of 28mm focal length with a maximum bright aperture of f/1.4. This makes it a perfect companion for lo-light photography. On the other hand we might not see these product in mass production.
Currently there are no rumors for a Oly full frame mirrorless camera model but this is the fourth patent filed in Japan. This could refer to a future product like an Olympus full-frame mirrorless camera.
Olympus 28mm f/1.4 Full Frame Mirrorless Lens Patent
We hope these patents became real. The new Olympus full frame mirrorless camera might be unveiled at Photokina 2016 in September this year.
Here are the details of the Olympus 28mm f/1.4 full-frame lens patent
Description, self-interpretation of the patent literature
- Patent Publication No. 2016-110007
- Published 2016.6.20
- Filing date 2014.12.10
- Example 1
- f 28.60 28.29 27.25
- FNO. 1.45 1.44 1.39
- 2ω 72.05 71.93 71.23
- IH 21.633 21.633 21.633
- FB (in air) 15.60 14.67 11.52
- Total length (in air) 134.14 133.20 130.06
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