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totally agree, which is why i tried to emphasize what i saw from his images, although i referenced his commentary (take that with a pound of salt)
he has a bunch of night shots where there are light bulbs (both in focus and out of focus) vs a pitch black sky and i've never seen anything like it.
Also, ZERO onion rings, minimal cats eye (only at edges/corners), haven't seen any of the swirl i hated about the batis 85
in a lot of ways (it's still early), it's starting to feel a lot like it would be a great big-brother to my...Show more →
It won't sell in high volume, but I like the features you've outlined here, though I haven't perused any images from the lens myself. My current favorite lens in this range is the Zeiss 100 MP. While it's resolution is excellent across the frame even at f/2, I rarely use it below f/2.8 because of the axial CA, and for landscapes I typically stop down to f/5.6. If this lens is truly diffraction limited either near wide open or by f/4, with the perks of zero onion rings, negligible cat's eye bokeh, lighter weight, AF, OIS, it will be hard to resist. I still need to get a feel for the transitions for portrait distances, but it seems it could be a winner.