This is a fat lens, but I like the way it renders images. On µ4/3, it has the same field of view as a 210mm on a 35mm slide, so it feels like a pretty deep telephoto when hand-held. This one was taken at around f/4, but you still see the limited depth of focus. The telephoto compression is pretty intense from this close. The purple fringing on this one is pretty strong (see the black arm above the lamp). But the rendering of the lamp itself is quite nice. Again, the depth of field stays pretty shallow. (It might have been about f/2.8 by then, as it was closer to evening.) Finally, this one is taken on a tripod, with the aperture closed down. (I wanted to try for the "stars".) Yes, it's a lens artifact, but I think it's pretty beautiful. I also like the way the sharp highlight stars contrast with the foggy background that's partially obscuring the church itself. This is a 3.2 second exposure, so I'm guessing it's about f/11 or even f/16.