Too bad this was shot at 6400 ISO. Kind of hard to tell about lens acuity when all the resolution is smeared away.
neo_nights: Some people are asking for more Canon and Nikon reviews and then a comparison between them. What's the point? Bragging rights? I know there are some people who shoot both, but I don't think it's a majority.It'd make HEAPS more sense comparing "first party" lenses (Sony, Canon, Nikon, Pentax, Oly and so) with their third party counterparts.
The timing of this reappearance of lens reviews is great, as we're entering a golden age of lens manufacture, with the traditional makers and newbies alike jumping in with some very interesting glass. Different topic - are you considering any ways to gauge public interest and demand for particular reviews?
Absolutic: Can you guys, or Andy in particular, list some of the lenses, that he intends to review first? You have done it before with a list of cameras in the pipeline for review, so I don't see why not give us a preview or at least a list of those you contemplate on reviewing, or those in progress. Yes, I know that it might cause people to yell, "review this one too please.." but still?
This is a great point. Amateur lenses seem to be highly variable, and one review can differ greatly from another. Despite the additional work involved, it would be good to review two randomly chosen samples of a give optic - even better if their serial numbers aren't close together.