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Classification by item


1.
moxa :: 17.08.2014 12:29:56


lvl. 1 (Lens-Learner)

Hello ;)

a wish: a classification by item.

Example: I look for the best bokeh between 180 and 200 mm

Best regards ;)


2.
Andreas Lindemann :: 17.08.2014 13:20:57

Germany, Northern Hessen
lvl. 7 (Lens-Guru)

I think the bokeh of a lens is a very subjective issue. Every photographer has different preferences. The bokeh is thus not objectively measurable.


3.
moxa :: 19.08.2014 11:44:37


lvl. 1 (Lens-Learner)

Yes, you are right !

But, I want to buy old (good !) lens and I would like to choose among the 5 stars ;)

Example, the Olympus 180mm 2.8 seems better than Zeiss (you can see the test) ,

It is not incredible !!! ??? ;)


4.
Andreas Lindemann :: 19.08.2014 19:47:37

Germany, Northern Hessen
lvl. 7 (Lens-Guru)

Some people like the Meyer Goerlitz Trioplan 100 for example because of its bubble bokeh. And other ones think, it´s terrible and prefer a smooth bokeh. In your case I recommend searching by google pictures (for example swirl, smooth or bubble bokeh) and decide on your own.


5.
moxa :: 19.08.2014 22:06:51


lvl. 1 (Lens-Learner)
I like the Allphotolenses database !
I wanted to use it to list the bokeh 5 x... you understand?
But this choice does not propose ...
 
Best regards from BORDEAUX (hips) - FRANCE ;)

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