Sun 07-Oct-12 10:18 PM | edited Sun 07-Oct-12 10:27 PM by Gandalfsfoto
>Thanks for the link. That's a very good review. However I'm >really surprised at the sharp drop off in resolution numbers >both before and after the peak around f4. I have a feeling >it's more an issue with evaluating the charts than the actual >lens performance. I'd like to see the performance numbers from >an other review. > >Len >
You are welcome, yes it drops after f. 4.0, but notice STILL GOOD, and remember 1.8 on M 4/3 is not the same as f.1.8 on Full Frame.
But it still has an incredible bokeh
But the mighty Nikon 200mm f/2.0 VR also drops after f. 5.6 - that is a stop later, but still remember you can not direct compare those f. stops
This lens is simply fantastic, and I love it, but it is true, that it is close to be too sharp at f. 1.8 for portraits, but then we have some possibilities that are easier, than the other way, so I will use it for portraits, for streets, and for parts of landscapes.