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Testing

April 11, 2013

Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 Asperical Lens – Sample Photos and First Impressions

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens on Nex-6 w/ LA-EA1 lens adapter

I managed to get a few sample photos with the Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 Asperical lens using my Nex-6 and the LA-EA1 lens adapter. I have a bunch more sample photos coming in the full review, but I did want to give you guys glance at what this high quality yet, super affordable lens can do!! Remember, it’s only ~$269 US @ BHPhoto Video >>

I went down to visit Blue Angles plane that is in the local park and managed to grab a few snap-shots using the 85mm f/1.4 lens. I also stopped by a nearby town that has some pretty cool architecture which is perfect lens distortion, and sharpness testing.

The 85mm Rokinon lens is incredible sharp just like the 35mm lens from what I can tell so far, and the bokeh is buttery and very pleasing to the eye in my opinion. One thing I did notice right away with the 85mm lens, was the focus ring is noticeable tighter than the buttery smooth on the 35mm f/1.4 UMC lens I’m also currently testing. A few sample pics from the 35mm Rokinon can be found (Click Here)

 

Nex-6, Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 Lens, LA-EA1 Lens Adapter

 Click the Photos for the High Res 100oPX versions!!

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens on Nex-6 w/ LA-EA1 lens adapter

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens on Nex-6 w/ LA-EA1 lens adapter

 

Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 Aspherical Lens – Sample Photos

Here’s a few sample photos using the Rokinon 85mm f/1.4 Aspherical Lens using my Nex-6, the LA-EA1 Lens adapter, and  in RAW quality mode!! I did some very minor development using Lightroom 4 on these raw files including: medium contrast on the tone curve, and a mild vignette on a few as these are not “test” shots, but more sample snapshots.

In this first photo I was pretty far from the large rock, although it may seem otherwise with no scale reference. I added a mild vignette to pull the eye in a bit more towards the stone as the white water is very bright in comparison and pulls the eye out of the frame 😉

 Click the Photos for the High Res 100oPX versions!!

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/1.4

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/1.4

 

Just an angle of text from my favorite Blue Angles plane, to show the fall-off of sharpness as the depth of field creeps away.

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/1.4

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/1.4

A much different perspective at a more modest f/4 aperture.

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/4

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/4

 

A pretty nice scene I stumbled upon making a u-turn today. Somebody put a lot of effort into this I thought, and I took a few more photos from this area for the full review. I went for the bird house as the focal point, to show how quickly the depth of filed falls off with a relatively close background to subject distance. In this particular composition, the bird house was ~20 feet from the building and I was ~10-15 feet from the bird house for visual reference. Going off memory mind you 😉

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/1.4

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/1.4

 

This next scene is more of a test shot style composition, but I really like it as a standard photo as well for some reason. In any event, I may go back for all the sharpness testing photos, as it’s perfect for the real world testing I like to do 🙂 I also included a 100% Crop of the center area so you can see just how sharp this lens is at f/4 handheld.

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/4

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/4

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/4 - 100% Crop

Rokinon A-Mount 85mm f/1.4 Lens Sample Photo @ f/4 – 100% Crop

 

Closing remarks

That is it for now, but please stay tuned for the Rokinon 14mm f/2.8 sample photos I will hopefully getup tomorrow. After that, it’s full reviews for all three lenses, so get ready if your curious how these lenses perform on the Nex-6 in the Real world!!

Have a great night everybody, and thanks again for all the great questions and comments lately!! Also, be sure to check out the latest killer photography being shared on the SonyAlphaForum >>

Jay

 


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4 Comments


  1. Vadim

    Hi,
    thanks for the review.

    Do you experience any bokeh problem with LA-EA1 adapter?
    See more here: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3283754


    • Jay

      Thanks Vadim for the excellent question!!

      I have not noticed that at all Vadim, and was honestly un-awre of the issue so thanks for the link 😉 I will take a closer look at my f1.4 shots to try and find that anomaly or whatever, and I will post back later on with a more detailed answer.

      Best,
      Jay


  2. Unlo

    As a side note to the LA-EA1 adapter. Have you given any thought to picking up and testing a MetaBones speedbooster? I enjoyed watching this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVOhac0FQkw However I felt the comparisions weren’t very accurate. perhaps you could do it more justice.


    • Jay

      Hi Unio,

      I have tried to get the adapter many times, but the company refuses to reply to my requests, so I would have to rent it or buy it. Not going to happen sorry. I also think it seems to be a half-assed attempt at af. Is it even equal to standard contrast detection ??? Doesn’t look like it to me. Still, being able to control the aperture and some af is really nice if you have modern high quality lenses like I do. It’s a shame they won’t send one to me to barrow for a week or something.

      Thanks again for the comments,
      Jay



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