Bokeh comparison between 42,5mm, 45mm, 75mm m4/3 and 50mm, 35-100mm 4/3
There is a lot of talk going on about the bokeh difference between the new Noctitron 42,5mm and the 45mm and 75mm Olympus m4/3 lenses.
But the bokeh properties of the 50mm and the 35-100mm Olympus 4/3 lenses are not taken into account.
I'am especially curious about the bokeh differences between the Noctitron 42,5mm at f1.2, the Olympus 75mm at f1.8 and the Olympus 35-100mm f2.0 4/3-zoom on 42,5mm at f2.0 and on 75mm at f2.0.
I own an Olympus 35-100mm 4/3 f2.0 zoomlens and in mine experience it shows an extremely smooth and attractive bokeh at f2.0.
Anyone has links or information about this topic (especially about the comparison with the 35-100 f2.0 4/3 lens)?
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