We´ll i was looking at the top pic, and i wasnt that impressed, i mean the sharpness is pretty good, but not stellar. From what iwe come to expect after reading the rewives on the Fe55 is stellar sharpness… And then i saw the iso, i had forgot to resett it, so it was set to 2000. With that in mind, i think the resault is “alright” 🙂
And for a lens in this “class” i think there is quite alot of CA,look around the spokes in the front wheel of the top bike pic there is pruple ca, and around the spokes and tyre on the rear wheel there is alot of green CA. Not to much to handle but, and i have never cared much for CA but, as i said, for a lens in this “class”.
Bike is also shot at iso 2K with Ar7 + Fe 55 f1.8 @f1.8
So here is the movie from lofoten.
Intro is shot with Em5 , Nokton 17.5mm & 42.5mm and Samyang 7.5mm
the rest is gopro hero 3+
Video is shot with Nokton 17.5mm & 42.5mm @ mostly f0.95 (and Em-5 with B+W ND4)
So here is a little clip made of mostly Nokton 42.5mm shots @f0.95.
There is 1 part shot with the 17.5mm @f0.95 and that is the second from last.
And im going to assume you will know wich parts are shot with the Samyang 7.5mm @f5.6.
All lensens connected to the Om-d Em-5 during the filming of this video. The chest mount part is shot on a Gopro Hero 3+ ( the last clip it ever made )
Apparently there is alot of buggs in the Hero3, so perhaps you should google some befor u like me, go out and buy one.
(Dont get the Sandisk Ultra, not even for the “lover end” settings)
Im not very experienced with shooting film or editing film, or settings appropriate when filming. Or anything else concerning film really…
So have that in mind if you are watching the clip. The kind of busy Bokeh of the 42.5m is quite noticeable in some shots, as perhaps
you will see, but on the other hand you dont have that opinion at all. Other then that i think it works verywell for filming.
I used a B+W ND8 for all f0.95 footage, it has a little dent in it so perhaps it shows in the clips? i dont think so but.. if you see something, its probably the filter…
Well, i gotto go out now, its 29C outside, problably warmer in here…