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How to MTF Test a Lens

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Developing a Rapid MTF Test for Photo and Video Lenses

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. . . Or What I Did for the Last Year Instead of Having a Life. Nearly a decade ago, I started testing lenses. A few years later, after I complained about a manufacturer’s claiming an awful lens was in spec, an engineer patted me on the head and told me “you really don’t have the […]

Fuji X-H1 First Impressions Review

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First Impressions of the FujiFilm X-H1

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Since the introduction of the FujiFilm X100 in 2011, FujiFilm has made an incredible resurgence, going from a film era brand standing on the edge of bankruptcy, to one of the most innovative and beloved camera systems in today’s era. Their unique approach has gotten many to switch from their boring Canon and Nikon systems […]

Testing Color Casts in Lenses

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A Geek of Many Colors – Adventures in Spectrometry

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Please Note: This is a Geek Level 3 Article. It has no useful information about photography or videography. If you’re a lens geek, though, it’s kind of cool. And it will serve as our background and methods for upcoming articles.   Well . . . How did I get here?    David Byrne One of the nice things that happens at Olaf […]

40mm Lens MTF Testings

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Finally, Some More m4/3 MTF Testing: Are the 40s Fabulous?

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It took me a bit longer to get back to m4/3 testing than I expected, but we have an interesting set of primes to look at today, the ‘about 45mm’ group, which includes several 42.5mm and a couple of 45mm lenses. Please don’t get all worked up about that small difference in focal lengths; it’s […]

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