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50mm prime for landscapes?

 
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Jan 24, 2016 16:48 |  #46

mwsilver wrote in post #17870965 (external link)
Seems to me that the out of focus results of the 50mm f/1,8 STM is a lot smoother than the Canon 50mm f/1.4. I just took this one from the front door of my house at f/1.8 to test the bokeh in this particular set of conditions and it seems pretty decent for a $125 lens
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Sorry, I don't see any bokeh. There is some out-of-focus mid-tone rendering at infinity though, but to me, it looks a little smeared.


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Jan 24, 2016 21:58 |  #47

mcluckie wrote in post #17871202 (external link)
Sorry, I don't see any bokeh. There is some out-of-focus mid-tone rendering at infinity though, but to me, it looks a little smeared.

You're correct. I should not have used bokeh in this context. I was trying to express that the out of focus areas were less obtrusive than on the 50mm f/1.4's. I've seen.


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