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napilopez

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  • Full frame is undoubtedly the way to go if shallow DoF is a very big priority. However, given the precedence of high quality primes on M4/3, I'm rather confident this lens will beat any 85mm f1.8...

  • Full frame is undoubtedly the way to go if shallow DoF is a very big priority. However, given the precedence of high quality primes on M4/3, I'm rather confident this lens will beat any 85mm f1.8...

  • Well, personally I don't care too much about the aperture ring myself, as the OM-D has two dials, but if I were using my secondary body (a G3), I'd be very glad to have direct aperture controls so...

  • Well, personally I don't care too much about the aperture ring myself, as the OM-D has two dials, but if I were using my secondary body (a G3), I'd be very glad to have direct aperture controls so...

  • Most important part: AF/MF switch on a M4/3 lens.

    FINALLY.

  • My 2 most important takeaways:

    1) Leica designation practically guarantees this lens will be ludicrously expensive, as if the f/1.2 aperture didn't suggest that enough.

    2) AF/MF switch on a M4/3...

  • My 2 most important takeaways:

    1) Leica designation practically guarantees this lens will be ludicrously expensive, as if the f/1.2 aperture didn't suggest that enough.

    2) AF/MF switch on a M4/3...

  • Strange that they would only do a cosmetic change; Panasonic normally remodels its lenses to a greater degree. I was expecting improved autofocus, but to see no mention of it in the press release...

  • Although I do think the lens' price is exorbitant(despite its speed), 3.2 is plenty fine regarding DOF. Have you ever seen images from the Olympus 45mm f1.8 on Micro Four Thirds? That works...

  • Although I do think the lens' price is a bit exorbitant despite its speed, 3.2 is plenty fine regarding DOF. Have you ever seen images from the Olympus 45mm f1.8 on Micro Four Thirds? That works...

  • Commented on Panasonic DMC G6 preview

    Now add the lenses.

  • Commented on Panasonic DMC G6 preview

    Now add the lenses.

    The beauty of M4/3 is not so much in the individual bodies as in the available options. Think the G6 is too big? Fine, get an E-PM2, which with some lenses is legitimately...

  • Commented on Panasonic DMC G6 preview

    Now add the lenses.

    The beauty of M4/3 is not so much in the individual bodies as in the available options. Think the G6 is too big? Fine, get an E-PM2, which with some lenses is legitimately...

  • Commented on Panasonic DMC G6 preview

    Now add the lenses.

    The beauty of M4/3 is not so much in the individual bodies as in the available options. Think the G6 is too big? Fine, get an E-PM2, which with some lenses is legitimately...

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  • @Thorbard I actually disagree on this somewhat. While some long tele lenses will obviously get you noticed, I've generally not found a substantial difference between lenses of different sizes if...

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