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Some otus comparison shots

By Jt

Ok, just finished watching a movie and had more time. So here is the new setup

Tripod mounted, time delay on shutter release and Live View focusing on the "Made in China" print on the bar code.

Otus 55mm 1.4, Nikon 50 1.4 AFS G and Nikon 50mm 1.4 AIS

No comments. This is just for you guys to look and chime in as requested by a few.

Otus

http://nikonimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1388390559.SEQ.2.jpg

50mm AFS G

http://nikonimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1388390556.SEQ.1.jpg

50mm AIS

http://nikonimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1388390553.SEQ.0.jpg

The crops in the same order

Otus

http://nikonimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1388390575.SEQ.0.jpg

50 AFS G

http://nikonimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1388390562.SEQ.4.jpg

50 AIS

http://nikonimages.com/gallery/4/U4I1388390562.SEQ.3.jpg

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Reply from Jt on 02-16-14 8:41 AM

[quote]roger1 wrote:
Would appreciate if you share your experience of manual focusing this lens on a Nikon. Thanks[/quote]

For me manual focus is quite easy. Possibly because that is all I have and experience makes the job easy. The otus is smooth and has a long fo us rotation which makes you wonder if you are on focus or not. Focus on still subjects eazy. Moving subject ts easy but not as easy.

Reply from Pete on 02-16-14 5:50 AM

Would appreciate if you share your experience of manual focusing this lens on a Nikon. Thanks
Reply from Ivan R. on 12-30-13 8:06 AM

Thank you !
Blur is much nicer with otus. how about f > 4? If someone does not want to shoot wide open all the time.
Reply from Donat Nussbaumer on 12-30-13 12:31 AM

Thank you for this work Jorge great job.
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