(11-18-2019, 08:48 PM)JJ_SO Wrote: Dave, honestly, on some shots I can't tell which lens I used. I am under the impression that the bokeh of the Sigma was a tad more smooth, more creamy, but there's a situation I used the Nikkor 85 S with object in certain distance (maybe 2-3 meters away) and behind there was a background with leaves and stuff in 6-8 meters (I don't measure, it's just guessing). With f/2 I was expecting the background to gently flow together - but everything stayed noticeably and a bit disturbing.
On some front light shots it's a bit weird if I need highlight recovery. Like this one here:
I already suspected I took a double exposure because of the transition zones - but I don't think I did. I find it interesting as picture, but not my ideal of a smooth bokeh. What do you think?
I sat and looked for many minutes ... the rendering remained smooth and soft which often doesn't when you look for a while .... very nice shot, I'm impressed !! .....
Of what I've seen of this lens and I've seen many images hitting the forums, this is the lens I would like ..... but I want it on a DSLR ..... so I can't have it !!
It's what I said Nikon are nailing it with these Z lenses ..... you can get the Z 50mm F1.8 for €330 euros ..... it's steal ....