just posted a hands-on review on my site. It's quite the lens.
Zeiss Otus 85mm f1.4 hands on review
Excellent review Jorge. Thiis lens was not in my scope but you (and some others reviewers) make me consider it.
The power of the blacks and near-blacks are another new photographic dimensión never seen before. Your pictures look in my screen like big 11X14 film chromes.
The only other time I've seen this effect was looking at pictures posted from a Leica M Monochrom.
Thanks for sharing
I so enjoyed your real life comparisons:
How can we judge if we can't see the original potato?
First thing I would do is lose that hood. I really do hate the hoods that come with lenses
Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.
Wear a hat ... you can always shade the lens with it when desired...something a bit bigger than a fedora if you are in the South or SouthWest.
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As for Joe and his Nikon. Great camera and congrats. I use to be a big Nikon guy and even still have an F6 and a few lenses. But after shooting with the A99, A7, A7S and other mirror less cameras, there is no way I could ever go back to the optical viewfinder. The EVF is so advantageous in so many ways that it makes you wonder why Nikon or Canon are so far behind here.