Overview of 7Artisans 35 / 1.2

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Navigation

  1. In short
  2. All 7Artisans and TTArtisan Lenses
  3. Main Specifications
  4. Assembly
  5. Focusing
  6. Image quality
  7. Sample Photos
  8. Bonus Level
  9. My experience
  10. Alternatives
  11. All Sony APS-C E cameras
  12. All original lenses for Sony APS-C E
  13. Price
  14. Results
  15. User Comments
  16. Add your review or question on the lens

Please note that the 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 lens is available with different mounts. This review shows version 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 for mirrorless Sony E cameras with an APS-C sensor. At the same time, 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 is also available with Canon EF-M, Fujifilm X, Micro 4/3 mounts.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

In short

7Artisans 35 / 1.2 - a modern manual especially fast aperture fixed lens for cropped mirrorless cameras. One of the most compact, fast and inexpensive similar fixes for cameras with APS-C sensor.

It is interesting for its low price, high-quality assembly, interesting bokeh and a maximum relative aperture of 1: 1.2. Of the obvious flaws - a soft picture on F / 1.2 and several other minor features.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

All 7Artisans and TTArtisan Lenses:

For mirrorless cropped cameras:

  1. 7Artisans 7.5mm F / 2.8 Fish-Eye Lens [EF-M, E, X, M4 / 3]
  2. 7Artisans 12mm F / 2.8 WIDE-LENS [EF-M, E, X, M4 / 3]
  3. 7Artisans 25mm F / 1.8 HD.MC [EF-M, E, X, M4 / 3, black / silver]
  4. 7Artisans 35mm F / 1.2 [EF-M, E, X, M4 / 3, black / silver]
  5. 7Artisans 50mm F / 1.8 HD.MC [EF-M, E, X, M4 / 3]
  6. 7Artisans 55mm F / 1.4 [EF-M, E, X, M4 / 3, black / silver]

For mirrorless full-frame cameras:

  1. 7Artisans 28mm F / 1.4 DJ-OPTICAL [Leica M only]
  2. 7Artisans 35mm F / 1.4 DJ-OPTICAL [EF-M, Z, E, X, M4 / 3]
  3. 7Artisans 35mm F / 2 DJ-OPTICAL [EF-M, RF, Z, E, X, M4 / 3, Leica M, black / silver]
  4. 7Artisans 50mm F / 1.1 DJ-OPTICAL [Leica M only, black / silver]
  5. 7Artisans 60mm F / 2.8 Macro [EF-M, RF, Z, E, X, M4 / 3]
  6. 7Artisans 75mm F / 1.25 DJ-OPTICAL [Leica M only]

TTArtisan (under full-frame mirrorless cameras):

  1. TTArtisan 11mm F / 2.8 Fisheye [E, Leica M, Leica L]
  2. TTArtisan 21mm F / 1.5 DJ-OPTICAL [Leica M only]
  3. TTArtisan 35mm F / 1.4 DJ-OPTICAL [Leica M only]
  4. TTArtisan 50mm F / 0.95 (Limited Edition) [Leica M only]

There are still lenses for drones (Sony E, APS-C), for example, 7Artisans DJ-OPTICAL 35mm F5.6 or 7Artisans DJ-OPTICAL 25mm F5.6.

Mounts:

  • EF-M: Canon EF-M
  • E: Sony E / FE
  • X: Fujifilm X
  • M4 / 3: Micro 4/3
  • RF: Canon RF
  • Z: Nikon Z

These lenses are easiest to find on Aliexpress at Authorized Dealer 7Artisans.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Key Specifications 7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Review Instance Name On the case: 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 Ø43 NO.A6357085. From the 'E-Mount' mount.
Basic properties
  • The lens uses a Sony E mount and is suitable for Sony mirrorless cameras with an APS-C sensor
  • Manual focus only
  • Metal mount, metal case, metal front cover
  • Optional holder for focus ring included
  • Multi-Enlightened Optics
Front Filter Diameter 43 mm
Focal length 35 mm

  • The EGF for Sony, Fujifilm cameras with an APS-C sensor is 52.5 mm
  • EGF for cameras Canon EOS M is 56 mm
  • EGF for Micro 4/3 cameras is 70 mm
Zoom ratio 1 X (this is a fixed lens, it does not have a zoom)
Designed by Option from the review for cropped mirrorless Sony cameras.

This lens exists with mounts:

  • Sony E
  • Canon EF-M
  • Fujifilm x
  • Micro 4 / 3
Number of aperture blades 9 rounded petals
Labels
  • bayonet mount mark
  • focus distance scale in meters and feet
  • depth of field scale for f / 4, 8, 11, 16
  • aperture scale on aperture ring
Diaphragm F / 1.2 to F / 16, controlled by the iris control ring. There are labels for F / 1.2, 1.4, 2, 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 16. The ring rotates without clicks, smoothly. You can set any intermediate value.
MDF 0.35 m, maximum magnification ratio of approximately 1: 8 (measured)
The weight
  • 150 grams (according to the official site)
  • 158 grams (lens only, version for Sony E, measured)
  • 168 grams (lens with front lens, measured)
Optical design 6 elements in 5 groups, a variant of the Sonnar type circuit

7Artisans 35 / 1.2Optical design clickable to enlarge

Lens hood Must be screwed into the front filter thread; marking unknown
Manufacturer country Made in China (there is no data on the country of manufacture on the lens itself)
Period From 10 October to 2018
Price

F / 1.2 is only 1/3 step lighter than the more common F / 1.4 value of many other lenses, for example, 7Artisans 55 / 1.4 or 7Artisans 35 / 1.4.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Assembly

It's important: 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 is available in black and silver. The review shows a lens with a black body color. The silver color of the case can be useful to those users who have silver or white / gray cameras.

The lens came to the review in very good condition. The front cover is metal, without latches. The lid is just tightly attached on the lens body. On the inside, the lid has fabric seal. The lid does not spontaneously spontaneously, is pleasant to use, but it can still be lost if the lens is not handled carefully.

In general, the lens is well assembled. 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 has bayonet mount metal and the lens case itself is completely made of metal, anodized aluminum is used.

The weight of the 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 lens is only 150 grams. In the hands of the lens it feels like a solid, albeit tiny, thing.

The diameter of the filters is 43 mm, a full-frame lens uses the same diameter 7Artisans 35 / 2. 7Artisans does not try to optimize its lenses for one or two filter diameters and almost every lens uses its own size, which is sometimes not very popular.

The design is nice, and the lens itself is very compact, ideal for small Sony cameras with an APS-C sensor.

Diaphragm consists of 9 petals and forms a hole in the shape of a regular hexagon, while in the photos in the blur zone pretty round discs of blur appear at any aperture value. The diaphragm can only be controlled manually using a special ring. The aperture ring rotates smoothly, no clicks and fixed values, you can set any intermediate value in the range of F / 1.2-F / 16, which is very useful during movie shooting.

It's important: unlike other lenses, where the aperture ring rotates with clicks, and the transition between any pairs of aperture numbers has the same step, the step between pairs of 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 numbers is always different. It is reduced from F / 1.2 to F / 16. This makes it difficult to conveniently and quickly set values ​​from F / 4 to F / 16. And for the F / 11 mark, there was no place on the scale at all (the distance between F / 8 and F / 16 is very small). In this case, F / 11 is present on the IPIG scale.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Focusing

The focus ring is narrow, metal, ribbed. The ring rotates on 135 degrees (3/8 of a full turn). Focusing is smooth and enjoyable.

During focusing, the trunk of the lens runs forward but does not spin. During focusing, the entire lens block moves.

On the ring there is a scale with a focusing distance in meters and feet and a depth of field scale. The minimum focusing distance is only 35 centimeters, and the maximum magnification factor is small, approximately 1: 8.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2 has a small 'Focus Breathing' effect (changes in viewing angle during focusing). During focusing towards the MDF, the viewing angle decreases.

Focus Shift (focus shift, changing focus distance due to iris)

Have a hard stop (hard infinity mechanical stop) for fast and accurate focusing in all temperature conditions

Important: focus picking with 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 and Sony Alpha 3500 on F / 1.2 works poorly and it’s rather difficult to navigate it. It’s best to use an instant increase in the selected focus area to precisely focus.

It's important: Initially, the lens comes with a special mount that mounts on the focus ring and makes manual focusing easier. In the review, I visited the lens without this holder.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Image quality

7Artisans 35 / 1.2 is pretty moody on open diaphragms. At F / 1.2, it shows poor sharpness.

It's important: the lens has enough curved field of sharpness and non-linear drop in sharpness to the edges and corners of the frame. The curved field of sharpness means that if the central part of the image is sharp, then the corners are not, and vice versa. A non-linear drop in sharpness means that the sharpness from the center to the corners of the image can drop in places and grow in places again. Beloved Soviet has something similar. Helios-40-2 1.5/85. The superposition of these two effects is clearly noticeable even when working with focus picking while focusing on a homogeneous plane (for example, a brick wall). During focusing, you can see how focus picking highlights the center part, then the edges and corners of the image. You can even notice how focus picking creates concentric circles during focusing that converge or diverge. The curvature of the field is almost completely leveled by the depth of field expansion during iris and at values ​​after F / 5.6 it is no longer noticeable.

Sharpness

  1. the f / 1.2 lens is weak, the image is very soft even in the center of the frame with low contrast
  2. the situation changes significantly with the aperture covering up to F / 2.0, where the lens shows satisfactory sharpness in the center of the frame
  3. there is a noticeable drop in sharpness to the edges and corners of the frame (taking into account the curvature of the field)
  4. excellent center resolution occurs after f / 2.8
  5. resolution at the edges of the frame returns to normal on covered apertures after F / 4 (taking into account the curvature of the field)

Distortion

  1. barrel-shaped distortion
  2. the distortion is uneven, in the region of the corners the image is distorted more strongly

Vignetting

  1. noticeable vignetting observed most strongly at f / 1.2
  2. vignetting decreases with focus towards MDF. Most noticeable when focusing on infinity
  3. vignetting almost disappears at f / 5.6
  4. vignetting easily fixable in the editor

Aberration

  1. a large number of spherical aberrations (at F / 1.2, the lens even looks a bit like monocle)
  2. spherical aberrations are well reduced due to aperture
  3. are present and chromatic aberrationbut they are small

Rest

  1. on covered diaphragms it will not work to achieve the beautiful effect of a 14-ray star
  2. from bright light sources you can get a lot of glare, while they can be of enormous size
  3. bokeh interesting, nervous

It's important: On the Sony a3500, most likely on some others, the camera’s sensor suffers greatly from the color shift (colorshift). The edges of the image are painted in pink / pink-purple. The color shift does not depend on the focusing distance or aperture value. This is not a lens flaw, but a camera lens flaw.

Important: at the time of the creation of this review, there was no 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 profile for popular RAW converters. You can create a profile yourself or wait for its release.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Sample Photos

All photos in the review are shown without processing. Camera used Sony a3500. All photos are on-camera JPEG. Picture Control Mode 'Standard 0/0/0' or 'Standard 0/1/1'. Functions' Corr. ob .: Shading ',' Corr. ob .: Chrome. aberr. ' and 'Corr. Rev .: Distortion 'were disabled.

JPEG source pictures at this link (90 files, 500 MB). Sony a3500 I can’t shoot exclusively in RAW format, but only in RAW + JPEG or JPEG, because most of the pictures I took were made in JPEG. Several photos in processing: 1, 2.

bonus

A bit of photographic fun. What is the review on Radozhiva without examples on TOP Nikon D40. Below is a photo on 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 and Nikon D40. Mirrorless Sony E lenses easily fit into the mount of a mirrored Nikon F and are pressed / fixed there with the petals of the mount. The only thing is that the lens itself does not snap. Outwardly, it seems that the camera has a native lens. In this state, due to the difference in working lengths, you can only shoot macro. But how fun it is! Macro at 35mm F / 1.2!


My experience

7Artisans 35 / 1.2 - a lens find. Convenient focal length, beyond aperture, high-quality assembly, very compact sizes, low weight, bokehy bokeh and low price. Take and take off! For a long time I have not seen a similar set on a single lens.

I'd love the best work on F / 1.2, but with such a price tag it is almost impossible. F / 1.2 is more suitable for some creative experiments. Anyway, 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 is more a creative lens than a boring standard staffer.

I liked the lens, the 'magic' F / 1.2 still makes itself felt. With 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 it's fun to shoot, its optical flaws sometimes cease to excite at all. 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 reminds me of something Soviet Jupiter-8 2/50 и Jupiter-3 1.5/50.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Alternatives

Similar manual focus lenses and similar aperture for mirrorless cropped cameras with an APS-C sensor, there are very few. As alternatives, I only know:

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2


All Sony E mirrorless cameras with APS-C sensor

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2


All Sony E lenses for APS-C

  1. 16mm f / 2.8
  2. 20mm f / 2.8 (black / silver)
  3. 24mm f / 1.8 ZEISS ZA
  4. 30mm f / 3.5 Macro
  5. 35mm f / 1.8 U.S.
  6. 50mm f / 1.8 U.S. (black / silver)
  7. 10-18mm f / 4 U.S.
  8. 16-50mm f / 3.5-5.6 PZ U.S. (black / silver)
  9. 16-55mm f / 2.8 G
  10. 16-70mm f / 4 U.S. ZEISS ZA
  11. 18-50mm f / 4-5.6
  12. 18-55mm f / 3.5-5.6 U.S. (black / silver, Japan / Thailand)
  13. 18-105mm f / 4 G PZ U.S.
  14. 18-110mm f / 4 G PZ U.S.
  15. 18-135mm f / 3.5-5.6 U.S.
  16. 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 U.S.
  17. 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 U.S. LE
  18. 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 PZ U.S.
  19. 55-210mm f / 4.5-6.3 U.S. (black / silver)
  20. 70-350mm f / 4.5–6.3 G U.S.

Third-party autofocus lenses for Sony E APS-C:

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Price

7Artisans 35 / 1.2 costs around $ 130. The easiest way buy 7Artisans 35 / 1.2 at Aliexpress.comfor example official seller 7Artisans Official Store here at this link.

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

7Artisans 35 / 1.2

Results

7Artisans 35 / 1.2 is a very interesting lens. It can be a truly creative tool for owners of cropped mirrorless cameras. It has a number of strengths and weaknesses.

10 main advantages

  1. low price tag (total about 130 dollars)
  2. maximum aperture F / 1.2 (very high aperture)
  3. convenient focal length for working with cameras with APS-C sensor
  4. good build quality: the lens body is completely made of metal, including with a metal bayonet mount and a metal front cover. Optional holder included
  5. smooth focus ring, 135 degree ring travel
  6. very compact sizes, there is a depth of field scale and focusing distances
  7. 9 aperture blades, which always give a fairly rounded hole, the aperture rotates smoothly, without intermediate values
  8. good sharpness in the center of the frame after f / 2 and excellent on more covered apertures
  9. interesting bokeh

10 main disadvantages

  1. very soft picture at f / 1.2, including in the center of the frame. Perceptible curvature of the field of sharpness, non-linear drop in sharpness from the center to the edge
  2. no CPU pins to form the correct EXIF
  3. rare thread for 43 mm filter
  4. a threaded (non-bayonet) hood should be used
  5. front cover without latches, easy to lose
  6. a small step at the aperture ring between the F / 4-F / 16 values. The diaphragm ring is easy to accidentally hook and knock down the set value
  7. there is no lens profile for popular RAW converters, the lens is not 'wired' into modern cameras
  8. in backlight or side light, you can easily get the corresponding artifacts (example)
  9. strong spherical aberrations on open diaphragms, palpable chromatic aberration
  10. focus picking does not work well on F / 1.2, there is a very strong color shift (most likely these problems are associated exclusively with some cameras, for example, the Sony a3500, for which test shots were taken)

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Comments: 36, on the topic: Overview of 7Artisans 35 / 1.2

  • Rodion

    Want.

  • Alexey

    The alternating curvilinear field of sharpness is associated precisely with attempts to correct it. In this sense, this lens is not unique.

  • Trueash

    Outwardly a bit like I-50-2

    • B. R. P.

      +

  • alexey_laa

    About high aperture. I recently bought a speed booster adapter (focal reducer) 0,71x for installing lenses with a Nikon mount on a Micro 4/3 camera. Allows reducing exposure by 1EV. Thus, if we take Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.4, then with the adapter we get a 35.5mm 1: 1.0 lens.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      but only the adapter, like any converter, eats away part of the image quality

      • Pavel Gorbunov

        Adapter to adapter.
        I purchased a Viltrox EF-EOS M Speedbuster 6X adapter for my Canon EOS M0,7 yesterday.
        I took test shots on the “pancake” Canon EF 40 / 2,8 STM with and without an adapter.
        The difference between the images is only in reducing the focal length of the lens-adapter bundle and in reducing the exposure by 1 step.
        The sharpness in the center of the picture and at the edges is visually the same as with the adapter, that without it, however, I iris the lens to 5,6-8.
        Color reproduction and contrast also do not change.

      • alexey_laa

        It is clear that additional optics should introduce distortion into the image. Now I’m shooting more at him. I also read in the description of such adapters that they increase sharpness (or rather MTF). This could be explained so that the unsharp elements of the original image become smaller relative to the size of the new image after the adapter. While I understand it. :)

      • alexey_laa

        Comments on the article were filled with comments on another topic. I'm not on purpose. :) There was an idea to write some review on your adapter. Such an adapter is interesting for crop cameras in that it uses that part of the image of a full-frame lens that is not used with conventional crop. For cameras with a crop factor of 1.5, the lens with the adapter should give the same image on the smaller sensor that gives the full frame.

    • Pavel Gorbunov

      You won't get aperture 1,0 and the corresponding blur, because the aperture value on the lens does not physically change.
      Only the light transmission of the lens-adapter bundle will increase by 1 stop, which will be accepted by the camera's automation as an increase in aperture.
      Example: in the adapter-lens bundle (Canon EF 40 / 2,8 STM), the camera processor sets the aperture value on the display to 2,0, although the aperture value is set to 2,8 on the lens itself.

      • Rodion

        In the sense? And here is the number of aperture on the lens, if the speed booster changes its topical circuit - does it focus less while maintaining the absolute aperture? It really will be 35/1, only the trouble is that distortions of higher orders will climb and eat quality.

        • Pavel Gorbunov

          What does “higher order distortion" mean?

          • Roman

            Standard aberrations - coma, astigmatism, spherical - are geometrically represented as third-order polynomials, as I recall. The beam distortion is described by a formula of this kind and makes the greatest contribution to the drop in image quality and its deviation from the “ideal” one. Aberrations of higher orders are described, respectively, in degrees greater than the third.

            • Pavel Gorbunov

              In general terms, I understood, thanks.

        • Roman

          It turns out that the modern shirik is some kind of long-focus medium-sized lens (conventionally), to which a speed booster was attached, or even two, because of which it requires such disproportionately large front elements?

          • Rodion

            I'm not sure about shirikov - traditionally this is more likely a telephoto lens turned upside down with an enlarged former rear group to provide a large angle of field of view (retro focus scheme).
            But here is 7partisan 35/2 from the previous review as a matter of fact a tessar with a speed booster, which is funny enough. A similar technique was applied when calculating the 50 / 0.7 Zeiss planar - there is a massive rear group of lenses that plays the role of a collecting system.

            • Alexey

              Here is a great article on this subject. http://www.marcocavina.com/omaggio_a_kubrick.htm

            • Pavel Gorbunov

              “I’m not sure about the widths - traditionally it is rather a telephoto lens turned upside down with an enlarged former rear group to provide a large field of view angle (retro-focus scheme).”

              It?

              • Rodion

                This is just not it - Jupiter-12 is an analogue of Biogon, which was obtained from Sonnar. In other words, this is an extreme version of the development of a standard 50/2 Sonnar lens.
                “It” is Mir-1, for example.

  • Konstantin

    Well, that ... I like Yongnuo 50 / 1.8 for Sony from the previous review more. This is just a toy for a couple of days.

  • B. R. P.

    It seemed strange bokeh in some pictures. It is also strange that they are not equipped with front covers with a clip.

    • Rodion

      Indeed, for so many years we have not seen anything like it. No one is turning to this scheme nowadays.

  • Koba

    Yes, in China this lens sells for $ 130, as it turned out, for Canon M, Nikon mounts (no error - Nikon, although it does not indicate which mount), Sony, Micro 4/3, Fujifilm. A very interesting lens, has all the shortcomings, but just this can be wrapped in interesting photographs in some cases, otherwise the world is already a little tired of fully fixed, large and expensive lenses. 35 / 1.2 and weighs only 160 grams, and with F4 it gives a sharp picture, that is, in fact we have two lenses in one, sharpness is required (usually it is required on closed apertures) - please, a fancy blur is required - for God's sake! There is no autofocus - it’s for the better, it will last longer, and if you deteriorate after a few, then lose a little. Personally, I would buy such a lens and try to shoot it in the evening or even at night, somewhere in Chinese villages (it's a pity that my FujifilmX-E2s does not have a built-in stabilizer!) ...

  • Adon

    7partisans have an interesting 75mm f1.25, I want to try this one.

    • Koba

      as it turned out, they really have one, but it costs a sky-high $ 430 for a full-frame Watery ... It's amazing that this lens in China itself has very good sales and users gave it the maximum average statistical score. I dig into the reviews and it turned out that formally it does not have special glasses, but in fact all the glasses in it are made of crystal, so it is so heavy and will most likely give an image of old watering can or fohtlenders. It will be really interesting to test it here, but this is already out of the realm of fantasy ...

      • Rodion

        As for the “crystal" we already talked about?) Crystal in the chandelier and in the dishes, optical glass can be only lead in this case. But you won’t leave on one PbO - all glasses cannot be with it) In general, the lenses in which the creators abused lead glasses tend to turn yellow damn.

        • Koba

          maybe, and probably those who wrote about this did not mean that all the glasses from that breed ... it may well also be that the large weight is due simply to the large glasses and the metal frame ...

  • Jankowsky

    I looked at the examples and made a conclusion for myself - it can be clearly seen that this is an ultra-budget lens in the best Chinese traditions (a lot of aperture ratio almost for nothing, slurred loose color rendition). I compared with my masterpiece Kamlan 50 \ 1.1 Mark II - which gives a premium picture in all respects. But this 35 \ 1.2 in the open is worse even than Kamlan MK I, which have already appeared at the flea market for a penny.
    In addition, I have 3 Sony E APS-C cameras including the A3500 and not one of them has ever seen a color shift matrix with both Camlans. Just my opinion - I can be wrong about the 7artisans brand

    • Alexey

      and the color shift will not be with all the optics, but only with the widths. and retro-focus. because there, very oblique rays fall onto the matrix) with a fifty dollars it’s very hard to get.

    • Rodion

      You would show masterpiece shots from your masterpiece clan, besides sunsets and geraniums on the windowsill. For sunsets, by the way, a camlan is not needed.

      • Pavel Gorbunov

        Not on Kamlal yet ... 🤪

  • York

    On the open - funny, soap, but a kind of “with a karakhterom”. You can even play around.

    And why should they shoot on f / 8, I don’t know, then AF should be taken ...

    I’m wondering what these Seven Handicrafts have with serial quality?
    Once played with CCTV, like all sorts of Fujians, there really are two out of ten you can’t suddenly find two identical ones in the picture (as well as in workmanship, hehe).

    But the price is fujian - rupee per bunch, and these partisans are already somehow not wanting to buy bundles.

  • Michael K.

    And I liked the picture. Quite moderately contrasting. Yes and artistry is present.

  • Sergei

    There is a fairly detailed review and test of this subject in English.
    https://alikgriffin.com/7artisans-35mm-f1-2-review-sample-photos/

  • Alex

    Interesting photos from him, especially with the Nikon D90.
    Sorry, the aperture of pictures taken with Sony is not indicated.

  • Kirill

    From my point of view, the hero of the review deserves all praise: it is retro in a modern design. The metal (aluminum) case with a brass mount of the bayonet mount is solid and reliable, there is no need to talk about the quality of plastic - there is no plastic.

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