Korean review of the NOCTICRON 42.5mm F1.2

HappyFish

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thanks I look at there site once in a while ;)

also note on that top photo I don't speak Korean but figured out some time ago those numbers on the top photo and bottom photo the 1 2 3 4 5 6 kinda thing :)

always lead to more page full of stuff :) so for sure click on those some good videos on the other pages and more photos :)
 

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so true about the images and amount and the subjects :)
Popco does it right. They give a healthy dose of camera/lens porn on different bodies and detailed close ups. They then do critical "eyelash" sharpness, and bokeh samples galore. For some damn reason, western photography sites get so wordy in their reviews. If I wanted to read, I would of bought a book instead! Just shut up and give us pictures that show what the equipment is capable of! :eek::biggrin:
 

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so true :)

also why I like reviews from ming or huff for the point of view ? read enough stuff I kinda know what they like so gives me a better does of what I think
I can get charts from a couple sites that do it well and go here for tons of subjects !!!
now if someone could pull all those together into one review :) hahahahaa



Popco does it right. They give a healthy dose of camera/lens porn on different bodies and detailed close ups. They then do critical "eyelash" sharpness, and bokeh samples galore. For some damn reason, western photography sites get so wordy in their reviews. If I wanted to read, I would of bought a book instead! Just shut up and give us pictures that show what the equipment is capable of! :eek::biggrin:
 

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On the subject of foreign reviews, I can't read Spanish, but a comparison including measurements between the Nocticron and the new Fuji f/1.2 gave the crown to the Nocticron, with a clear edge in sharpness, contrast, and bokeh. :hail:

$600 worth of difference? Who cares!
 

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Interesting that the Nocticron is about the same size as the 2007 Four Thirds 25/1.4!

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