Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 Aspherical III Lens Review:
The 35mm is one of the most popular focal lengths, especially for Leica M users. It’s a great lens for street photography, candid, and environmental portraiture just to name a few. It’s also just a great general lens to have for everyday photography. Because of its popularity, there are many different manufacturers that make 35mm lenses in M mount, and one of these is Voigtlander. They have quite a few 35mm lenses to choose from, and one of them is the Nokton 35mm f1.2 Aspherical III. I was able to test this lens out, and here’s what I think of it. [click to continue…]
More Reviews And Posts Coming Soon:
Hey everyone. Apologies for the posts slowing down a bit. I pinched a nerve in my back and shoulder area two weeks ago, and the pain has been excruciating. It has been steadily getting better, which is good but it’s been taking its sweet old time. It has been making daily tasks extremely difficult, such as, sitting and typing (It took forever to write up that Fuji X-T4 review). I’ve pinched a nerve before, and usually, I’m much better after a week. Anyway, a few reviews are coming soon. Next up is probably going to be my Voigtlander 35mm f1.2 review. I also have the Fuji X100V, and the Peak Design Carbon Fiber Travel Tripod in the mix too.
If you’ve read my first impressions of the Voigtlander 35mm f1.2, you’ve already seen the picture above. It was one of the first shots I took with the lens, and man, the bokeh is pretty awesome coming from it at f1.2. All photos have been shot with my SL2, and I have finished my testing it. I am currently in the writing/typing process. For now, you can check out my first impressions of it here. Thanks for stopping by!
Fujifilm X-T4 Mirrorless Camera Review:
The Fuji X-T series of cameras have enjoyed great success because let’s face it, they’re decent cameras no matter which model you have. Whether you’re shooting with the first generation X-T1 or a newer model like the X-T3, you have a camera that offers you great versatility, portability, power, and excellent image quality. With all that said, there is always room for improvement, which is why we now have the new X-T4. How much has the X-T4 been improved though, and is it worth it to you? Let’s take a closer look. [click to continue…]
Sigma 85mm f1.4 DG DN Art lens Announced For Sony E and Leica L:
Just announce: Sigma is releasing the 85mm f1.4 DG DN Art lens. It will be available for Sony E mount and Leica L mount. This lens looks great, and I can’t wait to try it on my SL2. For those interest, you can pre-order it below:
Sigma 85mm f1.4 DG DN Art lens at B&H Photo
For more information on this lens, read below: [click to continue…]
Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f1.2 Aspherical III Lens First Impressions:
There are tons of 35mm lenses out there, especially with the M mount. Why? Because it is an extremely popular focal length as many of you know, especially for many M users who find it to be the perfect street or/and everyday lens. Many different manufacturers make M mount 35mm lenses, and today, I’ll be talking about my first impressions of one that is made by Voigtlander: The Nokton 35mm f1.2 Aspherical III. [click to continue…]