Pentacon 50mm 1.8 – Lofi Rainy Photography Vibes

This is a vintage lens, the Pentacon 50mm f1.8 The Pentacon 50mm 1.8 is a cheap vintage lens that works great on mirrorless cameras for Sony or Fuji x system. The Pentacon 50mm f1.8 is easily found all over Europe but not so much in America. It is a cheap but underrated lens for Praktica SLRs. If you find a Pentacon auto 50mm 1.8, I suggest buying it. It has amazingly large bubble bokeh and pretty sharp wide open. Try looking for this cheap vintage camera lens.

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  • I love these uploads…nice one Noe

  • These shots lookin fressshhh. Nice job

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  • nice colors 😮

  • Wow, the Pentacon is a really good lens for movies too it seems! It's the most bang for the buck you can find here in Germany, horribly underappreciated because it was the kit lens for pretty much every East German camera, but such a good performer (Zeiss Jena). I have a couple of them, all with their big Praktica "lens caps" attached to them, which are also much more valuable as a tool than the flea market prices of like 10, 15 Euros suggest. People, get Prakticas while you still can! 😀

  • Beautifull!

  • J’adore cette optique une de mes préférés …. t’as de la chance d’avoir de si belles couleurs en Corée avec ces néon nous en France c’est plus compliqué 😊

  • Really nice work, Noe. You’re inspiring me to start video. Hope to see you in Seoul! <3 lindsaytriscuit

  • Like always just awesome man 👏👏👏

  • Wow, I cant believe the quality of this lens for just 20 dollars. Soooo beautiful!.

    Noe, talking about taking night street pictures, are you comfortable enough with a 50 mm lens in these narrow streets and little alleys? Or are you more comfortable with wider lenses, like lets say 35mm or even 16 mm?.

  • Sweet bokeh bubbles

  • I like the slow rack focus trippy vibes in this one 👌

  • So good, love it. It's a rainy morning here in Colombia so it couldn't be more perfect 🙂

  • Yohhh I actually have this lens! Found it on an old camera in a thrift shop. I havent bought an adapter for it yet, is it worth it on cropped sensor? Looks like it is!

  • It's s funny.
    Overhere in Europe this lens is usually considered garbage since it came as standard on Praktica cameras which, back in the 70s and 80s, were the cheapest East German cameras you could buy. I think that idea is still in people's heads even though this is an awesome lens.
    You can buy it for around €10 all the time or even get it for that price including a camera at flea markets and garage sales.

  • very nice Noe.

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