How good is the 35mm f1.8 bokeh?

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vegetaleb
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Re: How good is the 35mm f1.8 bokeh?
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goactive wrote:

A 35mm is never good for Bokeh. You need a good 85mm or better t0 get good bokeh.

A F4 at 100mm and up will have better bokeh than a 35 at 1.8. And much better background separation.

The thing is that I found 35mm sometimes too narrow so going 80mm and narrower is not an option at all

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