Review: Canon RF 50mm f/1.2L USM

Feb 13, 2016
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Great review as usual. The lens looks very big but maybe that's because the camera is small. Bryan needs to spell check the article though. I see some typo's which is unusual of him. I think the lens will drive the EOS-R
The lens looks very big because it is very big, not just because the camera is small.
 

eyeheartny

EOS R | 50 1.2 RF
Sep 3, 2018
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Well, it’s only in recent history I learned the conditions for those results and they didn’t match my real world results. I said I would find what the reason was and now I have. Easier to accept.
Oh it's not YOU being silly. I think the people complaining about the vignetting are ridiculous. :)
 

eyeheartny

EOS R | 50 1.2 RF
Sep 3, 2018
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Sep 6, 2018
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#46
Here's the RF 50 1.2 vs the Milvus 50 1.4 on the 5DSR
RF 50 1.2 vs the Otus 55 1.4 on the 1DS MKIII

To my eye the RF and the Otus are comparable in terms of sharpness and correcting for CA. Worth noting the RF is 40% cheaper and has excellent AF vs the MF of the Otus.

The Milvus has visible CA on the 5DSR and the 1DS MKIII.
I wish someone can do a detail comparison between Canon RF 50mm F1.2 vs Zeiss Otus 1.4/55.

I do not think it is fair to compare Milvus 1.4/50 with it. Canon RF 50mm F1.2 should be on the same level with Otus 1.4/55.
 

eyeheartny

EOS R | 50 1.2 RF
Sep 3, 2018
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#47
I wish someone can do a detail comparison between Canon RF 50mm F1.2 vs Zeiss Otus 1.4/55.

I do not think it is fair to compare Milvus 1.4/50 with it. Canon RF 50mm F1.2 should be on the same level with Otus 1.4/55.
I literally gave you exactly what you asked for. It's a side by side comparison of the RF 50 and the Otus. Is the second link not sufficient for you? :mad:
 
Apr 1, 2014
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#48
It’s way off topic, but did you guys see banding with flash that you didn’t see without flash? I spoke to Broncolor and they didn’t seem very eager to fix it. I can’t figure out if it’s the camera or flash trigger and it’s driving me mad:LOL:
From Bryan this morning when I asked:

I had not noticed any [banding with flash use], but went looking harder. I can’t see any banding in my butterfly images (Canon flash), even if I push them by 3 stops. I don’t see banding in the +3 noise test results in our tool (hot lights). If I push the image quality test results (lit by Godox AD600Pros) by 3 stops, I see faint noise that perhaps could be considered banding, but that's a stretch.
 

Viggo

EOS 5DS R
Dec 13, 2010
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#49
From Bryan this morning when I asked:

I had not noticed any [banding with flash use], but went looking harder. I can’t see any banding in my butterfly images (Canon flash), even if I push them by 3 stops. I don’t see banding in the +3 noise test results in our tool (hot lights). If I push the image quality test results (lit by Godox AD600Pros) by 3 stops, I see faint noise that perhaps could be considered banding, but that's a stretch.
Okay! That’s actually excellent news. That means it probably isn’t the camera Here’s an example of mine. I noticed that it didn’t show as much in this low res version, but still plainly visible... I pushed a bit more than to just show it, but it still is a big issue..
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Apr 1, 2014
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#50
Goodness gracious, this is a silly thread. If @SeanS claims you need controlled conditions to see the "worst" vignetting, isn't this just a lot of hullaballoo about nothing consequential in actual real-world terms?
To be clear, I said you need controlled circumstances to evaluate vignetting (from a testing standpoint), not necessarily see it.