31 Aug 7Artisans 35mm F0.95 – Fuji, please have a look at this trend and join it!
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Disclaimer: The text you will read below is based on my own thoughts and experience with my copy of the 7Artisans 35mm F0.95. The lens was bought as used but in mint condition. I’ve also bought an unbranded lens hood in aluminum, partly because it keeps the front glass element safer, but also because this lens has some major struggles with direct sunlight. I recommend everyone to buy a lens hood to get the best result out of the 35mm f0.95.
With that said, I will give you a background story that ended up with this Chinese little thingy. Back on August 5th 2015, I got my first vintage-lens for the Fujifilm X-M1 I had back then. After using the standard XC15-45mm and XC50-230mm for almost a year, I was hyped to try my very first F1.4 prime.
The lens I bought was a Yashica ML 50mm F1.4, and that just opened up a whole new world for me. It helped me to get some bokeh on my images, and the lens wasn’t made out of plastic. Don’t get me wrong, the XC lenses have some great glass if you’re on a budget. But they’re slow compared to the f1.4 prime, obviously.
I took these two back in 2015 when I went on a trip
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