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Pros: Pleasing and soft bokeh (rounded aperture blades), very good contast and colors, solid construction, not too heavy,
good and usable image quality even wide open, very good and sharp at f/2.
The only 50mm lens with f/1.2 (but that's only 1/3 stop brighter than f/4) ;-)
Cons: Very expensive (compared to other brands), not as sharp as newer constructions form Sigma,
visible reddish CAs (but that's part of its typical image look)
much better and sharper than I expected since its image quality was criticised in many tests and forums.
Of all Canon 50mm lenses this is by far the sharpest lens between open aperture and f2!
With its high contrast, vivid colors and its pleasing bokeh (rounded aperture blades) it delivers very harmonic images.
My most used lens for indoor available light photography since I purchased it in 2010.
AF is fast but a little slower then most other USM L-Lenses.
Solid constuction with weather sealing (if used with filter).
But a very expensive lens. Today the new Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART lens could be the better choice (even sharper and less expensive).
Pubblicata da Rednaxela August 04, 2015
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Pros: openness, clarity, color, three-dimensional, AF speed and accuracy, building, tropicalization
Colors, excellent sharpness and focus. The detachment of the plans is remarkable. It offers a blurred and a truly unique deadlift and you buy it especially for this. In my view, the objective in question is to be used mainly for the human figure (environmental portrait, etc.) And large openings. I recommend it to anyone looking for these features. Surely it is a unique object of its kind, also for the high quality of materials and construction. AF precise and fast. Beautiful lens!
Pubblicata da Dario Rattieri March 17, 2016
Pros: Color, three-dimensional, blurred magical and poetic
Cons: Price, sharpness at TA, difficult to handle requires experience
Not much to add to the other reviews, I confirm how very special detto.E'un'ottica that requires patience and experience to be exploited to massimo.Le pictures vary greatly depending on the light presente.Il price definitely is not for everyone but if you like the photos that churns not miss it, it is definitely a unique experience! I use it on 5DIII and I have not found the AF problems, either with central or side with
Pubblicata da Taddeo3 February 05, 2016
Pros: Three-dimensionality, blurry, magic
Cons: Fast and precise autofocus, price
Almost convinced to buy the Nikkor AF-S 58mm1.4, this lens has been for me a dilemma for a long time, so that eventually I gave in and attached to the kit Nikon Canon kit just to be able to own ... and after that the first two months I spent in cursing them. When I accepted his faults, frustrating at times, speed and precision AF, especially flanked to my 6D whose evil is coupled from this point of view, love blossomed. It is not a monster of sharpness and TA is a bit 'soft considering its price, but the overall detail is good if the scope of use, then in my opinion the only one for him, is the picture set, otherwise there better at much lower costs. Beyond the blurred, always very pleasant but in some cases a little ' "confused" and "nervous" especially when there are objects "repetitive", such as leaves, grass, etc. not far from the fire floor, colore magnificent and I find it very "artistic" even pushed against the light, pulling out all his magic and personality are not limited as other lenses to a general loss of contrast and detail, as long as we know how to manage unwanted reflections of certain angles. If he had a metal barrel instead of plastic, it would be better, so I leave a reservation on the quality of construction, it is also generally pleasant, perhaps tones too hot hair that require more work in post in the correction when shooting indoors under artificial lights , but it is my personal impression and, above all, my fault having no desire to make the pre-snap white balance. A must for the environmental portrait, although too expensive
Pubblicata da Makar79 February 05, 2016
Pros: With optical clarity and strength unmatched color rendering
The 50mm is the lens for me the main use in virtually any situation is always mounted on one of my two rooms, and this view is the best I have ever experienced, the main difference from Canon versions 1.8 and 1.4 is the focus , much more precise on 50mm is a view that never misses a shot, logically over sharpness, color rendering and quality construction. In my opinion that is all that costa.rnrn
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