Monthly Archives: September 2015

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Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L USM review

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One of my clients ordered such lens and I checked it before sale, and at the same time decided to acquaint readers with this remarkable glass. The lens impresses from the very beginning with the size and weight. It is great and weighty.…

Review and f/2.8L IS II USM Canon EF 70-200mm test

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The lens is provided by Pavel G. from  Sochi, thank you for that and many thanks and good photos with this lens! This lens — one of Canon masterpieces without any doubdts.  Therefore I even wanted to photograph it as for the catalog,…

Walks with the lens Canon ef 70-200mm f/2.8l is ii usm

Hello, friends! I already wrote the review and did the f/2.8L IS II USM Canon EF 70-200mm test, and today I decided to add that review of a photo in bigger resolution that it was visible and to lay out full-size JPG. I…

The difference between AE and MM versions of the lenses Carl Zeiss

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This question appears again and again with an enviable regularity so I decided to cover it separately in article that was where to refer. So that we know. AE version assumes older lens with other design of a diaphragm, than MM version and…

Whether there is a difference between the lenses Carl Zeiss “made in Japan” and “made in West Germany”

Very topical issue which is roughly discussed on the Internet and and not only in Russian. Many owners of the lenses “made in West Germany” warm up a subject declaring that they had a Japanese similar lens and there is anything especially in…

How to choose an old manual lens

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On what it is worth to pay attention — Whether there are scratches on a back lens There are some visible sratches on the lens. They have not be there, because lens rays are more focused at the back, than at in the…

Lens elements and focal length

Lens Elements and Image Quality The camera component referred to as a “lens” is actually made up of several different lens elements. Each of these elements plays a role in directing light rays through the camera onto the film plane or digital sensor…