Tom, I always love your stuff! Thank you.
Why is she holding an iPhone? Some kind of riddle...
I really love it, btw. Keep staring at it. Can't wait for my Leica mount to arrive. I have the older f1 Noct.
Last edited by Mark Kern; 06-22-2012 at 12:03 AM.
Meaning...if you were to shoot 5K and crop in on the glass....would you even notice the falloff?
And at 4k...with a full 1.6x crop....would you even see it at all?
PS --> Tom, your clip is totally insane. Love it. The creamy skin tone and gorgeous bokeh are NUTS!
Last edited by Nick Morrison; 06-26-2012 at 10:43 PM.
Pawel, as mentioned, I don't think falloff is going to be a problem for this lens, even with Dragon. I realize it's not that much faster than an MP, but maybe it can make the difference between being able to shoot at 120fps, instead of 96, for example? I am ALWAYS fighting for light. I think this lens is good to add to any kit, if one can afford it, and the Leica M mount.
Tom, I have the Spacecam mount and have shot my kids for a test with the Noct f/1.0 but your test is really a great example of how creamy and wonderful the falloff is.... Thanks for inspiring
Peter, I think every narrative shooter should have this lens in their kit.
By the way, I am working on a longer version of this video, which will hopefully be done soon.... just more footage of this same girl on the Noctilux .95.
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