ISO and equivalent F-number, the shooting parameters and the results will be as similar as two different systems can get, in every imaginable aspect, not just depth of field: same brightness, same shutter speed, same amount of motion blur, same depth of field, same background blur, even same effects of diffraction. After a couple years' hiatus from macro shooting, DPReview contributor Chris Foreman decided to experiment with a motorized slider and focus stacking. When the chance finally arrived, he opted to bring his Panon 120 camera, to make some special memories. Soft? I like having reasonable-sized telephoto lenses. And... you fell for it. @Hubertus Bigend"I always want to know the bigger picture, what options do other systems have"- Which is exactly what the equivalence tells you. And the Toneh is busy. For the record: Two *different* cameras with two *different* sensor sizes, but use the *same exact* lens (with an adapter if necessary), the same f-stop, the same scene, the same focus target, at the same distance, and you get the same DOF and a different FOV. The lens has nine elements in seven groups with a seven-bladed iris. "but that doesn’t mean one is better than the other" - Wrong! It cannot consistently produce A2-ready ultra-high-def imagery. What I most liked about this lens was its size and weight. I've used dozens of lenses on Micro Four Thirds, and this immediately became one of my favorites. And it's not about the advantage. laowa 12 mm f/2.8 Zero-d Sony FE Lens (Wide, MILC/SLR, 16/10, 22 – 2.8, Manual, Son... VILTROX 23mm f/1.4 Auto Focus E-Mount Lens for Sony,Wide Angle Large Aperture APS-C... 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Many focus on technical specifications and others focus on sharpness and precision of the optics. And that's the actual advantage of the larger chip. "We don't care" is the ultimate argument, for sure. We've been through this dozens of times. light wildlife kit, macro), but it really struggles at trying to coax out the low apertures of inexpensive FF lenses. Richard Wong has a full review of it. Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews. Does anyone happen to know how accurate the zone focus markings are of mitakon lenses like this manual lens? "Losing the benefit" is, while perfectly true, just a negative way of spelling it out, and doesn't really help for the question at hand. The high-performance optical design incorporates one ED (extra-low dispersion) glass element that delivers high-definition images while minimizing ghosting and flare, broadening your shooting potential in challenging situations. Plus the images would have similar noise levels, similar DoF, similar everything.Of course, the smaller sensor cameras can't go to lower equivalent ISOs. Which must be better than anything. It has a minimum focus distance of 5.9 inches/15cm from the sensor and has a 46mm filter thread. It's not f1:2, it's F1.2.”. It combines a MFT sensor and lens mount with a clamp for your smartphone, and an app and lots of AI to create the pictures. Not only does this lens fit well on smaller bodies, but it looks entirely old school like the cameras that are going for that stylistic approach. Beyond roughly f/1, the two start to diverge (and the whole equivalence thing falls apart too -- a hypothetical f/0.5 MFT would NOT give identical images to an f/1 FF, as one might predict). It would passively warm up, and you could, in fact, build a perpetual motion machine and have an infinite source of energy. I think shooting with a manual lens is similar. @Quiverbow: now you're guilty of group-focused enmity. Oh, FFS, you're the only one trying to sell a flat earth in this conversation, because you got caught making a false claim. MFT) more than fifteen years ago, I oppose wrong statements about (M)FT. Just as I do oppose wrong statements about other systems where and when I happen to be confronted by them. That's why equivalence maters. so I am not too afraid if Sigma brings that exact same lens into MFT platform. So, keep your crop for now :). Objectively, faced with the choice of a bigger sensor or a faster lens, you are peddling uphill trying to achieve 35/2 on MFT... but for MFT with no other option, well, it's either that of accept a slower lens for better image quality at a reasonable price. Camera noise. Yes, starting around ISO 1600 Olympus files become problematic. "not necessarily a fact" - But it's "good enough" for me :)Download the RAWs and then compare the noise. End of story. I am hoping this approach will help you decide if this is a lens for you. (Not that I expect to give it up any time soon, but even though I'm shooting FT and MFT for fifteen years now, I'm not married to any system or manufacturer, either...), @George1958MFT 17mm F0.95 ISO200 1/2000 = FF 34mm F1.9 ISO800 1/2000Same exposure, same brightness, same noise, same distance, same perspective, same DoF, same everything. Wrong math other photographers.17 0,97 is 34 2.0 equivalent of Full Frame. @Absolutic: You're not wrong, but still the 16mm f/1.4 is not a huge or heavy lens for what it does. The physical size of the aperture, the light-gathering, and the bokeh/DoF characteristics move in different ways for different sensor sizes. "It doesn't prove your claim in any conclusive way"- But, the fact that you can't show me any such quality MFT images, does prove my claim. Perhaps around $3k. Point three, deliberately ignoring the noise comparison I posted doesn't prove your point, either. Many focus on technical specifications and others focus on sharpness and precision of the optics. You will not regret it. I had many people asking me if I was shooting with a film camera when I had this lens on my Pen F. I seemed to reinforce this feeling when I tried to focus and take a photograph and took forever. The problem is it's a f/0.95 lens from the point of view of optical design, even with a reduced image circle you are going to be facing compromises at that price point. ZY Optics has announced the release of its latest lens, the Mitakon Speedmaster 17mm F0.95 for Micro Four Thirds (MFT) camera systems. Small. Not only it is possible to have larger than f/0.5 apertures, but one already exists: f/0.33 Super-Q-Gigantar 40mm. There's a problem loading this menu right now. And because of its size, you can easily put your camera on a gimbal and end up with very stable results. Please try your search again later. However, with mirrorless bodies on MFT cameras, you have other tools at your disposal including magnification and focus peaking. It is an ideal lens for portraits, groups, landscapes, travel and all-purpose imagingThis lens has a 5.9” (15cm) minimum focusing distance that greatly benefits shooting details and smaller subjects. Best thing about it is its ease of use with my G85 and focus peaking!! ON1 has introduced ON1 Portrait AI, an AI-powered portrait editing application and plug-in, and has also released a major update for ON1 Photo Mobile and unveiled the next version of its desktop application, ON1 Photo RAW 2021. This lens feels like something from the best film era vintage lenses and is well-sized to match the size of smaller MFT camera bodies. So, you should probably compare ETTR MFT at base ISO to ETTR FF ISO 400 rather than 800. Give me a solid comparison, made in a controlled environment which doesn't leave too much room for mistakes, and if it shows the 90D to be significantly better than a specific MFT camera, then I might start considering you're right at least regarding that specific pair of cameras. Adobe has shared a sneak peek video showing off a new Sensei-powered Sky replacement feature that will automatically replace a bland sky in an image with a more dramatic one. Lenses designed for a specific format tend to be optimized for its specific image circle. Ok so using a faster shutter speed is not a advantage in low light, All thing's do not have to be equal you use each system to it's advantages, this is the basic problem with comparing formats they don't have to be equal, this is a m4/3 lens, compare it to a slower m4/3 lens for speed and image quality, someone always has to start with the equivalency debate. Dpreview does make their fair share of mistakes, too. We've just updated our Sony a7C sample gallery with a boatload of new images from the camera and its kit lens, the FE 28-60mm F4-5.6. Slow means you can’t shoot fast. 35mm equivalent isn't great for widefield astrophotography. @Dan_168: There is no standard, no universal definition that would authoritatively put a defined limit to the amount of shallowness that could be called 'shallow'. But here we are – the two lenses showing up are the Samyang aka Rokinon at $399 and the 7Artisans 35mm f/1.4 for indeed $199, of which Phillip Reeve says it is "not a lens I would recommend to anyone looking for a well corrected lens because it throws about any aberration there is at you" (reading the review, though, I might still like it, even if not as the everyday lens the Mitakon might very well be good for). Zeiss made it as a joke. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. And the same tech would make a nice 84.2mp FF chip. Personally, I think something around f/1.8 is where the fun starts with 35mm, while it of course doesn't end there, which makes the 17mm f/0.95 a very attractive new offer for MFT, with 'shallow' depth of field not only for the MFT lens it is, but also within the spectrum of all that the full-frame world has to offer for that specific field of view. So, have a nice day. I know the sensors have different relevant properties, noise etc but a faster "F" stop lens on any one allows a faster shutter speed compared to the others. Aside from that addition though, the speedlight remains nearly unchanged from the A1X released in 2019. This is not a run-and-gun lens. Sensors are not forgiving. Yeah, George doesn't seem to be a very smart guy :), ecka84: "Truth is, the MFT 300mm is nothing like a 600mm, it's only a heavily cropped 300mm" – no, that's not truth, that's BS nonsense.

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