The 35mm focal length has been a staple of my photography for some years now. I consider it the perfect focal length for general purpose photography, so when Voigtländer announced the new compact 35mm F2 Ultron lens, I was intrigued.
The new F2 Ultron promised a lot — high-quality optics with an aspherical element along with an extremely compact form-factor, so I decided to switch earlier this year.
I've done it. The age of the 60mm is over, the time of the 56mm has begun.
Here is a short review, a few sample images and a bit about why I've decided to change from the Fuji 60mm F2.4 to the [non APD] 56mm F1.2.
I was in Birmingham recently on a trip to an SWPP mini convention, there I got the chance to have a play with all the latest Fuji gear, one thing I had my eye on was the 56mm, I've been reading reviews and comparisons for a while now and felt I really needed a hands on play to make my choice.
by Nic Coury
A longtime favorite of Canon shooters, the 70-200 f/4 has always been a lightweight, great quality and inexpensive alternative to the heavier f/2.8 zoom and the Nikon version is no different.
I’ve got a bit of a thing for the 35mm focal length. Let’s start with some background - for me, 35mm is the perfect focal length. It’s my ‘desert island’ lens…Read More