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Hallo sir, I'm new in photography. I'm from jakarta, indonesia. I really like the reviews you have posted coz you always put the samples of lenses. I want to ask you for a favor. Will you help me to pick one of the best bokeh between 7artisans f 1.2 35mm and 7artisans f1.4 55mm. Thank you for yout concern, sir..
Hey! Thanks for posting this video it was extremely helpful sir! I see mixed comments here that seem to align with your thoughts. I just purchased an a6000 and loving it for both our photos and channel videos; but curious, would you recommend this over a Neewer 50mm or Meike for a budget friendly upgrade?
Hello, which do you recommend between 7artisans 55m 1.4, 25mm 1.8, and 35mm 1.2 in term of performance/quality? (without considering the prices)
i'm really impressed with the widest aperture of 35mm lens, but in real world does it produce better bokeh than 25mm or 55mm lens? I need your advice, thank you. ☺️
Hi TechnologyMafia, which one is better the Kamlan 50mm f1.1 or this 7artisans 55mm f1.4, I recently bought Kamlan 50mm last February based on you review of the kamlan now Im confused which one is better, thank you 😅 please I will sell my Kamlan if the 7artisans is better. I find the kamlan hard to focus and soft pn the edges. Please let me know which one is better or make a side by side review. We will be all happy 😅 Thank you
awesome channel, i recently found it while lookin for a6000 reviews, your videos have gotten considerably better from that one.
On the other hand I wanted to know if you have had any expirience adapting A/minolta mount lenses to the a6000 and which cheap adapters could work best. As Im looking into buying one and have some lenses that i would like to keep
I remember buying their 25 1.8 off your review it’s my favorite lens I currently own but seeing its shots wide open at 1.8 I don’t wanna see what this 1.4 ‘s corners are like. I think I will pass on this one but their 25 1.8 i amazing for the money.
I’m going to Italy in 2 weeks. I have a Sony A5100 with kit lens. What lens would you recommend for shooting the Dolomites (landscapes). Am I okay to use the kit lens or should I grab a pancake or a 55-210mm zoom? I’m a noob!
Courtney E Just use the kit lens, you will be fine! For landscapes my favorite lens is the Sigma 16mm, but it’s $450, and for you that money would be better used on eventually upgrading to a newer camera. (A6000 or A6300)
..i am using this lens on my Fuji's and i am with you...it's a great lens...i prefer the 35 1.2,it's just a little better and my always on it....thx for the vid's of artisans....next one the 50 f1.8?...c ya...
Thanks for your work, good video as always!
Great lens for the price, but i just sold it simply because it's quite difficult to take portraits with a nice bokeh and to catch the focus on a person you shoot. I bought the 50mm 1.8 oss and so happy about that. One more thing, if you don't have a 6500 with the build in stabilization ( i have 6300 ), you'll not get so sharp pictures, i mean handholding, peace
Thanks for all the videos you do, they are brilliant and incredibly useful for me as a relatively new person to DSLR's! I have had the Sony A6000 for a while and have tried to use the kit lense for vlogging but it lacks clarity and doesn't have great bokeh. Could you do a video on what the best vlogging lense alternative is to the kit lense? Thanks again for all the videos you make!
Thanks for that! To be honest, my budget is tight, but I'm really interested to see what it looks like (being used for video) in practice, and I know TechMafia usually shows it really well, so that's why I asked really. Thanks for the comment though!
Nice lens for photos. Look for the vintage Meyer Gorlitz Oreston 50mm f1.8 : it's 100 dollars and needs an m42 adaptor but has the best bokeh I've ever seen. https://www.google.it/search?q=meyer+gorlitz+oreston+50mm+f/1.8&client=ms-android-samsung&prmd=sinv&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiBouf1i7jaAhUmBcAKHVmYC_oQ_AUIEigC&biw=412&bih=652&dpr=2.63
Marius KC it would be. The thing with the 85mm is that it has longer reach, but I feel like it won't be enough for your needs. Also if you're aiming for absolute bokeh/creamy background, I'd consider playing with vintage 135mm lenses particularly the MINOLTA MC TELE ROKKOR-PF 135MM F/2.8 (has a lightroom profile) or a Konica Hexanon AR 135mm. I forgot to mention that the longer the FL is, the harder to manual focus and get sharp images unless you raise your shutter speed similar to what the OP said.
Marius KC if you'll be shooting in low light, be aware that the 85 is difficult to use on the A6000/A6300 since you have to keep shutter speed faster than 1/125 for the most part. A6500's stabilization makes it a lot more useful in low light. In daylight, I'd say the 85 is better for portraits in most scenarios..it's also a bit more reach for action photography/events
Marius KC it really will depend on your shooting style. If you take mainly environmental portraits or in a place where there's a lot of space, then the 85mm will work. Do note that 85mm is essentially a 127.5mm because of crop factor. Honestly, I'd get both if you can afford it.
I don't know if you noticed but I just requested for this lens's review in your last video. So thanks.
I have another request for you to review the pronto lens adapter and let us know how you feel about it. Thanks.
Actually i don't care about vignetting .. i want more light in the evening / better bokeh and built quality ... also i think it is more convinient for me to hold bigger lens on my tiny a5100. For traveling and reducing weight - i have sigma 30 2.8 and 16-50 55-210 - so manual only for domestic use and portrets. So if the sales answer was only because of vignetting - i still think i made great choice )) Thank You
Pavel Lipatov i think the difference is in the vignetting under f2.8 but up to it’s clear the 55 is better but don’t worry both give a nice feeling If you have one of those two you don’t really need the other one 😉
Tasurincci My friend have the 50 f1.8 of 7artisans and I do have the 55f1.4 so we compared it and there is not a huge difference except the 50f1.8 is smaller and cheaper (90 US$ vs 125 US$) But it would be for both of them a nice upgrade over the kit lens.
I have the a7iii and the a6500. Let's be honest, full frame is not all that special, which is why mine is heading back to B&H for a refund. With great lenses on both I had to do some extreme pixel peeping to see the very slight difference. Yep, battery is better, focusing is just a tad better, joystick is completely overrated, and low light is just a little better (nowhere near what I had hoped it would be), and for that you give up size and weight. Screens on the back of both are useless in daylight, though the a7iii's is a tad bit better but still useless. Buying the a7iii made me appreciate the a6500 so much more than I already did.
For those looking for an "open box" a7iii, keep an eye on the used section at B&H. Mine will come with menu settings you want to make from the start and with a near fully charged battery. Slap your lens on a go.
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