Fast sensors have made fast lenses obsolete Locked

Started Jul 31, 2013 | Discussions thread
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turbsy Contributing Member • Posts: 878
Re: "Preconceived ideas"?

julieng wrote:

Anders W wrote:

julieng wrote:

Oh vänta, om du är ärlig, du kan säger at din idée var inte bra.

Ärligt talat tycker jag min idé var utmärkt.

Jag tycker det ochså

"Du" var vilseledande här, då jag talade om konceptet av ärlighet, inte om exemplet här. "Du" är utbytbara.

fjärde språket...

Anyways. Since proper reading is in all appearance optional to pulling sweeping conclusions, I might as well resume: Given that in once specific review the PL25 did not reach highest expectations at wide open, therefore everybody knows that shorter flange distance optically cripple expensive lenses.

Same happens to the Cosina Voigtlanders in Imatest.

Perhaps not in" Swedish Science", LOL.

Full aperture, lpmm, center and edges :

Voigtlander 17.5mm f/0.95:

565 475

Voigtlander 25mm mm f/0.95:

530 435

Panasonic/Leica 25mm f/1.4:

690 590

Go tell people it's a worthy performance of their 500-1000 $. They lose half of their resolution in one single precious stop. LOL. Morons.


Everyone is arguing against you. Why do you bother? We just disagree. All you do is say the same thing over and over and when that doesn't work you call names and tell us how many hits your pages get.

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