Writing a comment limited to 1000 characters on this website; in a subject as technical as legacy lenses, with super high center sharpness is too limiting for a writer on this subject- DP review website. Don't use focus peaking at all! its designed for Sony's AF FE lenses mostly. Use Magnified focus in 7x, use m39, or very old Exakta lenses from 1945~1965. Size matters for ergonomics. Consider lens cleanliness FIRST. Next is the lenses designed for super high center lines/mm! Contrast ratio comes next, followed by size and weight and distance from the chip plane to end of the lens. prevent nose heavy choices. I like the small leica m39 choices or Nikkor choices best. Still the Alpa SLR lenses were outstanding. Remember 1960 Kodachrome l was ASA 10 speed and the lenses designed for it was a killer in center focus lines/mm. Sure they may have had terrible edge to edge spec's or ghosting, flare, chromatic aberration, but who cares; they were super sharp! Best regards, Don
NX Mount, renders the Camera Useless to me!,,, M4/3 & Nex are enough for DSLM cameras.
I use the Sony 16mm & the 50mm & a 30 yr. old a Tamron Zoom BBAR 70~210mm in m42 w/ adapter. I just came back from Italy, Croatia, Montenegro, Turkey and shot 637 exposures. The 16mm & 50mm were used with a polirizer filter and the zoom a sunshade. The results were staggering! Any fool that beleaves Nikon or Canon monster Digital cameras and Lenses are better should see what a Sony Nex 7 @ 24 Meg can really do! Even the photos shot at 263mm manual focus, exposure, are very sharp, contrasty and saleable. I would like too see Sony make a 300mm@F:4.5 in OSS as I need a longer telephoto in AF & OSS. I am shocked that photo writers untruthfully state the 16mm is a bad lens. Too this travel photographer that's a lie! Shooting with 16mm & a Polirizer allows be to crop the 24 Meg file for super composition maintaining sharpness also.