Voigtlander 10mm or 12mm?

Started Apr 4, 2017 | Discussions thread
Bob Tullis
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Re: Yes.

BBQue wrote:

I have seen few successful 10mm photos, but yours are really good. Especially the last one, cause you found an interesting enough foreground and perspective to make it work. The "sun stars" this lens produces in this image is strikingly beautiful!

On the other hand - of the pair on top, I prefer the more "normal looking" Batis 18mm one. The rooftop in the 10mm image looks too weird, almost vertical. But some will like it precisely for this weirdness

I really should have taken it from the same position for a proper comparison.  I couldn't replicate the 18mm position from the night before without a  tripod (only had a tabletop 'pod in tow on the subsequent evening).   Whatever. . . I couldn't agree more.

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