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Thread: Why WIDE Matters- Sony G Master 85mm f/1.4 vs. Zeiss Batis f/1.8 w/ the A7Rii

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    Why WIDE Matters- Sony G Master 85mm f/1.4 vs. Zeiss Batis f/1.8 w/ the A7Rii

    Why WIDE Matters- Sony G Master 85mm f/1.4 vs. Zeiss Batis f/1.8 w/ the A7Rii by Jason Lanier



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    Still waiting on a 135mm Zeiss APO E-mount Native. ; )
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    Something i noticed in the video, the G lens had more "halo" effect on her hair that the Zeiss. But yeah the Bokeh is way better in the G lens.
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