I'm making notes! Perhaps I should see if I can get a test copy from my retailer before plumbing down for oneFrodo said:I use the old, fully manual Samyang 14mm f/2.8. It is plenty sharp at f/2.8 and has negligible coma even wide open. It has a weird moustache distortion but my Lightroom profile removes that. However, the profile crops the image slightly and corrects the vignetting so I get a little more noise in the corners.Sabaki said:I'm more and more looking to one of either the Samyang 14mm or 24mm but TDP's review of the 14mm says it is soft until stopped down to f/2.8 and that's a bit of a caveat if fast is a reason to get those lenses
In contrast my EF 35/2.8 IS has awful coma wide open and is unusable until f/2.8 and better at f/4. Indeed my 24-105/4 IS has less coma wide open.
This photo is taken with the Samyang 14/2.8 wide open on a 6D.
Has anyone else seen the kiwi bird in the Milky Way, just below the bright spot in the galactic centre?
And it looks more like a dodo than a kiwi to me =))