Ashton45

Ashton45

Joined on Sep 30, 2011

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I agree also; a bunch of random happy snaps is not useful to see the image quality of a lens.
All you need are about 8 or 10 images, of the same subject at a few different apertures, so you can compare apples to apples, and then a few difficult situations (flare, backlight, etc.)
If you're going to pay all that money for an f 1.8 lens you probably want to use that aperture, so it's useful to have images shot at 1.8, 2, 2.8 at the least! In this day and age, any plastic kit lens should give you a decent image at f8.
Too bad, waste of time really.

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