I guess so but i'm in love with the f/1.0 so not about to sell anytime soon. from what i read on the net only 4000-5000 were ever made i wonder how many is left?
I have found a few links some of you may find interesting.
Ken rockwells review
Alot of info here
Originally Posted by yapfookchin on shutterasia.com
Found an amazing article..more a 'research, design and history style' article on this canon EF 50mm f1.0L done by a very knowledgeable photography expert..an italian enthusiast!..(use google to translate to english yourself!).. After disgesting this, one would be in awe of the effort expended by Canon in the late 80s to have come up with a normal 50mm f1.0 lens..the only one ever made for DSLRs that has electronic AF!!(leicas do not qualify here)..This article is choked full of the term 'sagittal coma flare'..the one aberration that fast lenses fears!..and how Canon overcame it..sounds very much like the Noct Nikkor article..I have not read a more enjoyable exposition on glass making technology as expounded in this article..Enjoy! big time..at least I did..here's the link