Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2014-04-23
Analogue B&W film
Youtube clip showing test images above in 100% cropped at center and corner.
Also in its original res.
Flare / Backlight
Very well made and are nice and solid exept for the aperture ring wich is plastic.
Sharpness wide open is not all that great but stop it down and it's quite nice.
But around 200mm are however a little softer.
Find the bokeh to look nice in the most part but a little rough in others.
Flare and backlight is handled quite well.
Weighs 450g so it's quite light but still nice and solid for the most part.
Another nice plus is the 1m (3.3ft) closest focus.
Which gives a reproduction ratio of 1:3.7 at 200mm on a full frame camera.
A lens I would put this in the good lens for the money category.
These are usually very cheap but was still a decent image quality and are will built.
Decent image quality stopped down
Build quality exept for the aperture ring
Closest focus of 1m (3.3ft)
Flare & Backlight
Value for the money
Sharpness wide open
200mm is also a little soft at all aperture
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Film: Kodak Tmax 100 & AGFA CINEREX (X-ray film)
Developer: Kodak Xtol
Canon 500D with lens mount adapter
Auto White Balance and ISO 100
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