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Zeiss Milvus 21mm, 35mm, 50mm & 85mm Hands-on

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We take a look at the new Milvus range from Carl Zeiss, first the 21mm f/2.8(http://bit.ly/Milvus21mm), 35 f/2(http://bit.ly/Milvus35mm), 50mm …


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  1. Great lenses optically but no auto focus means no fun. Most of the sample shots you took showing bokeh are out of focus, suggesting the kind of results you'd get with them. I had some extraordinary Nikon AI-s glass, flawless craftmanship but I had to sell them because I would get a lot of missed or almost useable shots.

  2. ATG says Hasselblad once used Zeiss lenses didn't give away any lens key. They saved them so now you can use it on these lenses to drop and scratch the lenses.Remember those years when many pros lost their film side on the film back?Beside all that, many today shooters won't buy a lens that is full manual.Just like many have to shoot RAW and then cheat some more to correct mistakes.

  3. Oh, that looks beautiful!. Provided that you can learn to manual focus and know what to shoot and when, do you think this 85mm lens outperforms the canon 85/1.2 in image quality?

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