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Fun with MF images 2021


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These images from our garden show the performance of the Zeiss Distagon T* 1.4/35 ZM on a X1D when scene calibration in Phocus is applied.
The lens has an equivalent of a 28mm f1.1 in full format terms.
1. picture @ f1.4 no crop!

35ZM-f1.4 by Klaus Hornig, auf Flickr

2. picture @ f11 no crop!

35ZM-f11 by Klaus Hornig, auf Flickr
Interesting! I didn't try that lens with the calibration yet. Without it, falloff is quite pronounced. Judging from your images, correction seems to work well!
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Yes, scene calibration works very well. The color cast will be eliminated completely. At 4:3 there is still a little bit of light fall off in the far corners. In any other aspect ratio than 4:3 it becomes invisible. I like the rendering of the 35ZM very much.