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Old May 21st, 2010, 08:55 PM
Ken Tanaka Ken Tanaka is offline
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Arun,
In all honesty, no, I couldn't compare them other than offering my less-than-technical remarks. Zeiss lenses are very sharp when focused accurately on a scene that lends itself to sharpness. The Voigtlanders may not be quite as sharp throughout the frame, likely due to compromises required by their pancake design. But, at least for my eyes and purposes, the differences are moot. The only disappointments in sharpness with the Voigts I've experienced is when I've missed focus.


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Originally Posted by Arun Gaur View Post
Ken your comments are quite cogent. I would be delighted if you could also comment on the comparative sharpness of the two brands of lenses briefly.
Arun Gaur
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