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Nikon Neglect?
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(11-18-2019, 09:31 PM)JJ_SO Wrote: I know one pro who sold his 50 mm S lens because he was very unhappy with the bokeh. And I'm not using my 50 mm Art enough to double it.

The softness you're talking about I also like, but less so the sharp contours within the transition zone. I like the picture because it is weird, but I would not like it as a portrait.

Now, here is a gallery with samples of the 14-30: https://sojujo.smugmug.com/Testshots/Nik...S/n-HxmSQJ

First the corrected and uncorrected interior shots, then a comparison with Sigma Art 14-24.

  I guess I'm not rubbing shoulders with the upper echelon lenses .... having the 85mm F1.8D ( I find Optrex helps Smile) ..... so I have less demanding criteria. 
 .... and once you corrected the distortions on the Samyang 14mm F2.8 it doubles as a medium tele-photo ....

    but you get used to it Smile
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#52
Indeed more uncorrected than one would expect, but not Sony or Olympus level of uncorrected.
Or, indeed, we can now say Canon level of uncorrected (that RF 24-240mm f4-6.3 IS USM):

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Left is uncorrected at 24mm, right is what you see in the EVF, in JPG and corrected RAW in DPP. Not bad, a free 24mm f4 fisheye lens for free with your 24-240mm super zoom.
  


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