semorg: if the performance is near their 14/2.8. With nano crystal coating and f/2.0 this will become the default lens for milky way and northern light photography for aspc sensor cameras.
why you don't take the SLR Magic 12mm F1.4 (T1.6) ?
rudis: bhphotovideo has both.12/2.0 Rokinon/Samyang for 400$and10/2.8 Rokinon/Samyang for 530$
I'll go for the 12mm F1.4 SLR Magic Hyperprime.Same Pricetag, even faster.
Jo_To: Hello DP-review
It would be nice if the RAW - Day-Light shots from the EM-1 from ISO100 to ISO400 can be reshot. They are clearly out of focus. From ISO800 the shots are sharp. Look feathers at upper right corner, or blue colourtube in upper left.
And the RAW Low-Light shot ISO12800 of the EM-5 is defect. The lower part of the picture is missing.
Also it would be nice if the Pentax K5IIs and K3 is allowed to join game. They are, imho, the closest competitors to the GM1/GX7 and EM-1.
Often only 2 choices in the compare screen are selectable. It would also be nice if the normal shown 4 choices are selectable.
(p.s. The new Low-Light scene helps a lot, very good idea)
yes, you are right. I should have been more precise, I ment the high ISO performance of the EM1, GX7, 7100 and the K5/3(?), they are really close together.
interesting, helpful, good examples, and well written, thanks for that.(to the 8/5 discussers, your 8/8 grid isn't squared (because the picture isn't squared either) so it may miss the 1.6 rule)
Regards & nice weekend
The first time I looked at the new scene, i thought OMG what a c..p. were is my beloved wrist watch? Many aspects could be prooven here at a closer look. The blue for the sky, sharpness, and noise.
Now I took a closer look to the new test scene, and I have to admit, it's not that bad at all. Because it's bigger you have to look closer. I found plenty of good stuff .Many Textures and some shiny objects, little tiny fonts, different kind of feathers.
But at least I have to say:
PLEASE SAVE THE WIRST WATCH!!
and Robot and Paperclips would be very helpfull tooAnd the Martini? I like Martini a lot ;-)