A6600 with Voigtländer Nokton 40/1.2

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Joachim Wulfers
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Re: Joachim,

zackiedawg wrote:

Looks nice - I like how some of the manual lenses have a certain character - even if not always the sharpest or most perfect - there's just a feel to the out of focus areas and color that's interesting to me. I have the Voigtlander 35mm F1.4 and always enjoy playing around with it for just that reason!

Never tried the Voigt 40mm - but I have a nice old Konica 40mm F1.8 that I also enjoyed - though I haven't put it on the A6600 yet. Maybe I should!

Thanks Justin. I am still playing around with this CV40/1.2 getting used to its characteristics mostly to avoid getting into CAs. Close up environmental portraits look fantastic even wide open. It’s a fun lens. I had two of the Konica 40/1.8 when I had my NEX5N. I liked the FL and colours but the Bokeh was mostly terrible.

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