As I mentioned earlier, the Voigtlander NOKTON 60mm F0.95 MFT is a very good lens, including the bokeh.
It’s a bad word to say, but it was a bit of a spec, so I thought about a special application, but it has a good image and individuality that makes a big difference to other lenses in extremely general portraits and landscapes. And I think you are.
In particular, the beauty of bokeh seems to be at the highest level among the Voigtlander lenses I have ever experienced, and it may be said that this lens is the most attractive.
Large, heavy, and expensive lenses require appropriate preparedness both to carry and to purchase, but I think they will respond to photographers with good image quality and unique output.