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16mm f/1.4 Labs and the 16

Discussion in 'Lens-Specific Photo Archive' started by buck777, Jan 5, 2017.

  1. buck777

    buck777 Well-Known Member

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    X-T2 and the 16mm. Chrome setting

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    The 16mm is nice, but those Labs are awesome!
     
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    I like the shots, but the bokeh seems kind of very busy. Is this considered normal for the 16mm?
     
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    Fairly wide lens in front of a small sensor so the bokeh isn't going to be as out of focus as a longer lens and/or a larger sensor. Also doesn't help that it is a pretty busy background with regard to specular highlights. You can normally get fairly smooth and less busy looking bokeh with the 16 when shooting at or near MFD so super busy or nervous bokeh is not consistently an issue for it.
     
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    really love that second shot
     

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