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Here are a few images shot with the Zeiss 50 Makro (they're not mine): https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8329/8112021347_62063952e6_h.jpghttps://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8323/8112013233_8e9f0d8744_h.jpghttps://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5787/21894091383_ff0eb3c335_b.jpghttps://c1.staticflickr.com/1/609/22460488756_6d0de5fc5d_b.jpghttps://c2.staticflickr.com/4/3766/12036631695_21a6373e4d_h.jpg MK1/Zeiss 50 2 Makro Planar - 15.jpeg?

[email protected] - https://cloclo20.datacloudmail.ru/weblink/thumb/xw1/8TUu/Ti Uwc Nk T7/Zeiss 50 2 Makro Planar, f8 - 3jpeg? So I also bought it Gosh, the images produced by that lens are nothing short of amazing.

It was the old Photodo testing site that showed that the F 50s were a little sharper than the FA 50s (the normal lenses, not the 50 macros).

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Sure looks worth every penny though This lens is not cheap but still, it's not overly pricey. A new Zeiss Milvus 50/2M (optically the same, but it's heavier and it has an inferior focusing ring) costs $1,093. "Of the several 50 primes I owned, this is the sharpest.

Today almost all copies have any sorts of scratches or other marks of a used lens. I was buying this lens for myself, I was seeking for the best copy possible. And it picks up the sharpness very quickly upon stopping down even a bit.

Usually, the prices of ZF versions (old ones for Nikon) begin from $600. A seller who sold it to me wrote that it was "only been taken out of its box (and its plastic bag inside its box) a couple times. Maybe it's not true (there are some marks on the bayonet ring) but the barrel and optics are really pristine. Although photodo rates the FA and F 50/1.4 differently (4.6 and 4.2), I simply don't believe them.

The A, F, FA are same optically and any variations in sharpness are IMHO only from condition or batch variations." Comments.html#Normal Prime DET MTF data here shows resolution of FA f/1.4 and A f/1.7 to be virtually identical: FA 50mm f1.4 and F 50mm f1.4 have the same focal length, same aperture size, 8 aperture blades, same optical formula (7 elements, 6 groups), same minimum focus distance, same magnification, probably the same coatings).

Although photodo rates the FA and F 50/1.4 differently (4.6 and 4.2), I simply don't believe them. The colors look a bit pale (almost like from Sigma 50 ART but not that bad) and at normal magnification, photos look a bit mushy.

The A, F, FA are same optically and any variations in sharpness are IMHO only from condition or batch variations." Comments.html#Normal Prime DET MTF data here shows resolution of FA f/1.4 and A f/1.7 to be virtually identical: have a bunch of many good lenses, including all FA Limiteds, FA* 24, FA*85, FA* 80-200 and DA* 55. It is fast, it has little vignetting and all kinds of distortion, it makes a very blurry background and it's also very sharp when you zoom at 100%. After a few years of owning the DA*55, I decided to buy the 43 Limited. It delivers great-looking images at normal magnification but it has an awful distortion and it's very unsharp at the corners. And this Zeiss is a jaw-breaking lens in this regard!

[email protected] these are mine: https://flic.kr/p/CWqt UA https://flic.kr/p/22fspei P. At first, I wanted to "Leitax" the Nikon version of the Zeiss, because Pentax versions are very rare. I'm almost afraid to ask what it might cost, considering one can find one.

I'm also guessing it's manual focus and not auto. In my opinion, it's better to have just one this lens than to have a pile of mediocre alternatives.

Here is a question for you all who like F 50 mm lenses. I picked up one a while ago but do not do portraits very often. It is supposed to be very sharp, one of Pentax sharpest lenses.

Here is a question for you all who like F 50 mm lenses. I picked up one a while ago but do not do portraits very often.

However, the colors are super-saturated and almost pop out from a monitor! Also, there's some sort of clarity that I haven't seen from any other lens in 50mm focal range.

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