After being very impressed with this lens during my night shoot, the question was how good is it in daylight?
Additional gear for this shoot: bean bag, small tripod and a vari filter to control light intensity. The aperture was set to 1.4 for all clips, ISO to 100, shutter speed 1/60. Standard film mode, low contrast, no in camera sharpening, AWB. 720/60p. No color correction in post, just slight contrast enhancement. I like the results, the Nokton lives up to the hype, it is very sharp at 1.4 (except for the extreme corners). If you pay attention from 0:45 to about 0:50 you will notice the optical lens construction reflected in the flare, interesting phenomenon, I have not noticed this on any of my other lenses.
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