Is this strange distribution of OOF zones caused by field curvature? Or this is just geometry of the scene?
nutscracker: Where is the new APS-C lenses? Sony's current APS-C lenses lineup is a junk
Oh, I forgot E 10-18 f/4 - pricey, but, well, it even outperforms Zeiss prime Touit 12/2,8.
APS-c E-mount lineup do have gaps and 'crappy focals' (like 24, or 200+, or something with high speed). But it's definetly not a junk.
Do not agree. Primes like 35/1,8 OSS and 50/1,8 OSS give very pleasant image. 18-105 f/4 G is good for reportage shooting. 20mm pancake is okeish pankace. Tele- lenses could bu used via adapter... The only thing I miss is rebranded Samyang 8/2,8 fisheye with electronic coupling.
Correction man: I can remember "Mitakon" lenses back in the 70's and 80's a Japanese brand ... I take it these Chinese lenses have nothing to do with the Old Mitakon other than revising the name ????
I can remember Zeiss lenses made in Germany...
Well, even that pricy ($399+309) kit have more sence, than Lomography Minitar 32 f/2,8 for $350. At least, Heliar is sharp enough.
- Hello, my name is Bob, and I shoot in jpeg with a full frame.- Hi, Bob!
More pictures of lens, please!Also, it's very interesting, how subj looks on the camera's body.
> Aperture (Maximum) _F4.0_ – F5.6
4.0? Realy? )))