Yipes! That is my web site which is quoted above and I'm comparing fixed-lens 35mm range finders.
The G. Zuiko on the 35SP is better corrected when shooting wide open when compared to the later F. Zuiko fitted to the later 35DC and RD. In normal shooting at f/4 and above, it may not matter. I'm also always impressed by the color fidelity of this lens.
As an addendum to the web page, as the population around me ages, I'm starting to prefer the softness of some older lenses. Also, I've begun shooting black and white again which does not always call for clinical sharpness, if one is shooting to capture a mood.
- Andrew in Austin, Texas -
35mm Gear Bessa R, Leica II, - IIIf RD/ST, - IIIg, - M3
Medium Format Fuji GW 690III / Minolta Autocord
MF Folders Agfa Record III and Super Isolette / Voigtlander Perkeo II and Bessa II
Digital a D300 with a some primes
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