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King of Bokeh, well-controlled SLOCA?

The Hartblei Super Rotators of 40mm, 80mm, 120mm are found on the Hartblei web site. The Hartblei Facebook page is also there.

With all the talk of SLOCA lately here in this blog, which lens avoids most of that and has perhaps the best bokeh out there?

The rare and hard to find Hartblei 80mm f/2.8 based on Zeiss medium format optics and with an all but perfectly circular 12-blade aperture, which even inspected firsthand in the lens itself is hard to tell apart from a circle.

See Hartblei 80/2.8 examples and even on outdoor scenes it draws in a lovely way.

Here are two older images from the Nikon D3x. I should probably reprocess them at higher-res and do some shooting... but my hands are very full right now.

Hartblei 80mm f/2.8 Super Rotator @ f/5.6
Hartblei 80mm f/2.8 Super Rotator @ f/5.6
Hartblei 40mm, 80mm, 120mm Super Rotators (late 2010 models)
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