To learn about the bokeh of the Viltrox 85mm f1.8 prime lens, a beautiful church in the style of brutalist architecture in Oberhaching (south of Munich) is used to create the review photos. This Oberhaching catholic church was built in 1967 and falls perfectly into the category of the style of brutalist architecture, also called brutalism because it is characterized by simple, block-like structures that often feature bare building materials. Exposed concrete is favored in construction.
See a good explanation and nice examples of brutalism architecture here:
Bokeh of the Viltrox 85mm f1.8 e-mount lens
View the brutalism architecture photos from the church in Oberhaching (south of Munich) to check the bokeh of the Viltrox 85mm f1.8 e-mount on a Sony a7ii full frame camera. Click on any photo to enlarge in 4K UHD resolution:
Looking at the MFT chart of the Viltrox lens, we see the solid sagittal and dotted meridonial lines quite close together:
Look here for a good explanation from photography life, how a lens MFT chart determines the bokeh effect of a lens and how to read MFTcharts in general:
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