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Pretty unusual sharpness test. Maybe you could at least include a resolution chart along with a real world example.
4:31 pm - Tuesday, July 2, 2013
“one of the sharpest lenses we’ve ever tested.” But your bookshelf sharpness test DID NOT impressed!
4:34 am - Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Can’t win can you? Some bemoan shooting test charts whilst other complain about the lack thereof!
I use Nikon DSLRs but I have tried the lens on an OMD EM5 and will say I was very impressed. Could see myself getting into M43 at some point in the future.
9:03 am - Wednesday, July 3, 2013
The article states “Offering a 150mm focal length”. I believe this should be corrected or clarified since the actual focal length is 75mm and no sensor size or “crop factor” can change that optical property.
2:21 pm - Wednesday, July 3, 2013
I have this lens and it is great…very sharp…I use it a lot…I shoot indoor ice hockey , rugby and tennis with this lens and the results are spectacular…I do not know anyone who has used this lens and not been impressed
9:34 am - Saturday, July 6, 2013
@Ivan: focal length is the distance from the sensor plane to the focal point. It only becomes an ‘optical property’ in combination with a sensor, without it it is only a metric distance. Therefore mentioning a focal length without corresponding sensor specs is completely pointless.
If you shrink a sensor 2x, you also have to reduce the focal length 2x to get the same optical properties.
1:54 pm - Saturday, July 6, 2013
@ C.Y. Leow: You are a classic example of a pixel peeper. Only comparing sharpness results at 200% on your computer screen while looking through a telescope. If you actally try the lens, you’ll find that it IS very sharp wide open. The fact that it gets sharper when stopped down, doesn’t change that.
This lens is a very good lens. It doesn’t get much better then this, and I mean on any camera system.
8:35 am - Tuesday, October 1, 2013
Sometimes I have to set the camera to minus one on sharpness because this lens is so sharp at times it does cause moire problems…I did a recent engagement shoot and on about a dozen images moire popped up its ugly head and post processing software moire fixers were not able to help…so if you use this lens this is something to consider .
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