Very nice - must get mine out and go for a walk in town once the lockdown starts. Be able to get buildings with no peopleWas able to use this lens some minutes today. It`s amazing (imo).
It`s light, and fits the EM-1 extremely good.
All pictures in this post is taken with spot-metering (my bad).
Tbh I love this lens.
Most of the pictures was taken with 8mm first, then 18mm second.
Two different pictures pretty early in this post I focused firstly closely to the lens, then after in the back of the frame.
It started to rain quite heavily, so I had to stand under a roof.
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I really don’t understand what you mean.Mine just arrived today. What a handsome lens. Should have some samples to share soon. Question—how much does everyone use the hood? I notice the lens has a bit of a hood built in that gets deeper as you go narrower.
Well, there’s a removable hood, and then there’s a shroud around the lens. I guess if you have filters, this would no longer act like a hood. I’ve never had a lens that behaves like this. I’m used to them telescoping, not retracting!I really don’t understand what you mean.
Can you show in pictures?