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A lens frowned upon due to unsharp corners af f/1.8. Of cause, it is always nice to have sharp corners - you can even blur them in software if you need to. But really, in low light shotting how often do you really need sharp corners wide open? Lets show what the 28/1.8 is capable of in low light situations. Lets show what a bargain this lens really is to all the disbelievers.
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Friday, 5th October, 2012 (GMT)
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