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| Re: Mamiya 645 lenses |
... The C 80/1.9 is very nice, but I didn\'t like the way it handled specular bokeh, see .... <link>
I\'ve posted this before but it shows the 80/1.9\'s harsh bokeh quite well. This is with max tilt (IIRC) on a Mirex and wide open.
But then you\'re kidding, since you know the bokeh is harsh & only you like it.
Seriously, I\'d be happy with the 80mm or the 150mm.
On APS-C the 80 would probably be better for intermediate work, but I\'d be curious to see the MTF\'s for it versus the 150. The 80 has the advantage of f/1.9, a stop+ faster than the 150, and provided it carries on with Mamiya\'s reputation for still being sharp(est) wide open ...
Next logical question: By price-point & quality how does it compare with other 645 or Leica-R mounts, w/ the specular highlights?
IAC, I\'m prone to doing long work, birds & butterflies ... I might save up for the Sekor 200mm f/2.8 A/APO
I found these data on various charts on the interwebs... check out the 150/2.8 A versus the 200/2.8 A...
Lens name, focal length, max aperture & lp/mm
Sekor C 80/2.8 78
Sekor C 80/1.9: 82 (non-N, non-A)
Sekor C 105-210/4.5 62 (ULD )
Sekor A 150/2.8: 134
Sekor C N 150/3.5: 102
Sekor C N 210/4 78
Sekor A 200/2.8: 171 (APO)
Sekor C N 300/5.6 80 (ULD )