Sadoyasu Miyazaki, the optics maker behind a plethora of handmade Leica M-glass, has now devoted his attention to producing a well-crafted, fast prime for Micro Four Thirds system cameras with the Sonnetar 25mm F/1.1, shown above attached to a Panasonic GH1.
The pint-sized prime, which is currently being tested by KTF-Turbo in an early prototype form, measures in at just under an inch in length and weighs an equally diminutive 67 grams. KTF-Turbo have posted some sample images from their time with the lens, which can be viewed below:
Although no word on pricing or availability has been revealed as of yet, there is already a Pentax Q mount version of this lens available for around $650. It would be fair to assume this lens should fall in line with that price point.
More information from KTF-Turbo’s can be found HERE. (Translated)