Picking a low light lens

Started Oct 3, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Jim Evidon
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Re: Picking a low light lens
In reply to kgeissler, Oct 3, 2012

Get the 20mm Panasonic f1.7. It's razor sharp and has excellent contrast. It has a very German feel about it that you only get in Leica and Zeiss lenses, probably because it was developed during the Leica/Panasonic cooperation period. It has a full frame equivilent focal length of 40 mm which places it right in the most useful range for an all around lens.b It has pretty good bokeh shot wide open as well.


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