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Thorkil, sorry I am late replying here, just noticed this comment after a PM enquiry on the 18. Anyway, mine isn't great at the corners either -- but it's still a better lens than the 20 if you crop the 18 to a 20 framingBut I still think mine <18 af> is rather bad on the edges, ok, but I will keep it for the time being.
Jack, thanks for (even late...) answer. Yes I will keep it (at least a couple of weeks.. ). If money wasn't an issue, my wide wish-list are: 20/1.4 ART Sigma(its not great in the corners either-but on a higher level perhaps-just for the sheer center-sharpness-fun)(and Bart is entirely to blame in the Sony-fun)(and I'm already preparing by some few arm-push-ups per day)(the store has two to chose between and testing), (+ perhaps the nikkor 20/1.8 for lightweight-relaxing-reserve, when the Sigma-arm gets too long, but not in first step) and then still the 24/1.8 Nikkor which I more and more consider as super-splendid (but still promise to give the 24/1.4 Sigma ART a little chance, but I'm turned 75% towards the Nikkor..) ...but then there is the gear-stop I have given myself, and I'm still fighting a hard struggle to be faithfull...:shocked:..(and the worst thing: there is a sale tomorrow in the store, so I better stay home all day)Thorkil, sorry I am late replying here, just noticed this comment after a PM enquiry on the 18. Anyway, mine isn't great at the corners either -- but it's still a better lens than the 20 if you crop the 18 to a 20 framing
Hi John,Wow, Paul. That is just awesome. It seems to me that C1 really does great with colors. The image is very sharp - to what do you attribute that? D850, lens, C1 or a combination thereof?
Paul, I noticed the same thing when I added some film profiles from VSCO.Hi John,
I always input to Flickr, with my final image. Flickr adds a bit of sharpening it seems, but I just leave it due to time.
C1 does very well with the colors from the D850, which overall are a huge step forward from the D810 (IMO), C1 to me currently also has a cleaner conversion than Adobe. Adobe LR also has converted back to Adobe standard for the profile instead of Camera profile in the latest LR, and that took me a few days to realize. Huge difference there also and not sure why Adobe went back.