Is it possible to measure bokeh both near and far? (i.e. your test just shows "far") I find that lenses have different bokeh for things that are too close to be in focus.
Thanks for the info.
I can live with this slight breathing any day.
Do you think it is possible to do follow focus with this lense ?
Can I have a pony?
any chance of test/review Nikkor 28mm f/2.8? as this would equal the "exact" normal 42mm @ s35 on a Red, it would be interesting to find out how it stacks up in relation to breathing against the 17-35, as you had already mentioned its the only prime in its range that will out do the zoom in optical quality.
I'm looking at a 50-300mm Nikkor AI telephoto lens, F4.5... Interested how this would work out for a general use zoom lens. I think I can pick it up pretty cheap today. Any thoughts on this one? I may just grab it anyway as it would be a nice addition to the Nikon still camera I'm thinking of buying.
And I am looking for Sigma AF 50-500mm f/4-6.3 APO EX DG HSM, impressive 10x zoom for budget wildlife and sport even shooters. I have one for my Canon 30D and also teleconverter 2.0x: 200-1000mm f/10.4-12 (for manual focusing only). Looking forward to get another one with Nikon F mount too.
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Thanks for all Evin!
Just a little problem from a not english native: could someone explain me the exact meaning of "breath" ... well I know I'm doing it constantly (hope to do it a bit more ;)) but for lens?
I've just remeber that I've got my grandpa Nikon straight and perfect from the '70s with a Nikkor 50mm and some kind of Nikkor zoom. I've to flight back to Milan to keep them very soon!
Kind of strange feeling looking back to grandpa still lens for RED revolution!
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