Pros:Focal length, sharpness, minimum focus distance construction
Cons:If you know what you buy no
Opinion:Of the truth... You're looking at the review to decide if it's best to change the 16mm with this... So first of all they are two completely different focal points, one more for landscape and the other more for reportage but if you have a limited budget like me you can do anything with both. Otherwise it's superior in everything (and I believe you 10 years apart would be obscene if it wasn't) Crispness, blurry, contrast and fabulous mini contrast. On the X-Pro3 it's really good for us, for me the 16th is a bit big. If you associate us with the Across simulation you will often have a virtually finished file. And it's not a phrase said for no reason... Lampshed too modern but that tastes... It's a difficult focal point. Don't think about going over there shooting 1.4 so it's all blurry... The composition remains ESSENTIAL!!! In the end the 16th was already great, this was improved in all the existing features... I have decided to replace the 16th but when I have more money I will definitely take it back!
Pros:Dimensions - weight - focal (suitable for everything) - tropicalization
Cons:Yield against bad light - initial price - a little flat on American flat portraits - af noisy and often undecided
Opinion:I wanted to try this 41 mm equivalent on ff because I am looking for a whole thing to do that replaces the 23 1.4 for the too slow and undecided af. Unfortunately this 27 has a big problem against light... if you put the sun behind the subject you create a white spot one-third the size of the frame. Also the loss of contrast is very... Too bad because I had fallen in love with the size but above all with the diaphragm ring that is finally designed for photographers and not for video... dry and hard as it is right that it is (you do not risk changing diaphragm without wanting it)... The three-dimensionality in portraits with American plan is also very low... Ah who needs to know that both the optical scheme and the af are the same as the first version therefore noisy, fast but with some hunting and the lenses move outwards ... I mean, I was hoping it was love, but it was a...
Pros:It's just unique... Toughness, openness, detail already in TA, three-dimensionality...
Cons:Weight, af slow, price, is not tropicalized
Opinion:I used Franco (I had given him a name...) for three years. I switched to 1.4 L for stabilization and autofocus... It's a mythical lens and that's why you have to know it. The autofocus is slow and you can't say no but otherwise it's fantastic... If you let the light into the frame, it does real magic. I used it with great surprise even in the night street and can find the light where it is not there. On the 5dsr the micromox is very obvious and for this I had to shoot with times of at least 1/125. My heart cried when I changed it with 1.4... It will remain a good memory forever.