Fotograf Borlänge Markus Tysk

Monthly Archive: April 2014

Narvik & Gränsen video

All the walking scenes  are shot with Nokton 42.5  @f0.95 and f5.6 (apart from the last one, and the 3rd from last. those are shot with the 17.5mm @f5.6) im guessing

you´ll figure out wich is wich. 🙂

 

Timelapse lens use:

1st part is the Samyang 7.5mm

2nd think it was the 42.5mm

3rd pana 12-32 @12mm

4th oly 40-150 @around 70mm f6.3

And last 2 was Samyang 7.5mm

 

Laters!

 

 

Nokton battle 17.5mm f0.95 vs 42.5mm f0.95 @0.95

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Em-5 + Nokton 42.5mm @f0.95

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Em-5 + Nokton 17.5mm @f0.95

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Em-5 + Nokton 42.5mm @f0.95

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Em-5 + Nokton 17.5mm @f0.95

So, I´ve hade these lenses for a time now. And my conclusion so far being that…

17.5mm has Less Coma, Less Purple CA.

42.5mm Slightly sharper (and i do mean slightly) Separation is alot better though.

About the same amount of green CA. Bokeh quality is about the same, perharps the 42.5 is a tad more busy.

But all in all, great lenses. Both of them are on the heavy side, and the 17.5mm is on the big side. I think it just tipped the scale as far as size goes, the 42.5mm feel alot more nimble.

Laters.

Köpp, köpp.

Köpp3

Em-5 + Nokton 42.5mm f0.95, @f0.95, 1/640, iso 200.

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Em-5 + Nokton 42.5mm f0.95, @f0.95, 1/500, iso 250.

Köpp1-web

Em-5 + Nokton 42.5mm f0.95, @f0.95, 1/640, iso 200.

Shot with OM-D EM-5 +Cosina Voigtländer Nokton 42.5mm f0.95 in RAW in avalible light, edited in Lightroom and PS. Colors and sharpness is “corrected”, vinjetting added.

Laters.

 

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