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Before You Buy - Nikon Z 50mm 1.2 S Vs 1.8 S Vs Meike 1.2 - Video


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It would be easy to think that all 50mm lenses are the same. They are not.

  • 00:00 Meike Intro
  • 01:44 We hit the streets with the 50mm’s
  • 02:24 Later Images in Capture One
  • 02:36 Hand Focusing the Meike 50mm 1.2
  • 03:22 Focusing Meike 50mm 1.2 close Up
  • 04:03 4K video on the Meike 50mm 1.2
  • 04:35 Nikon Z 50mm 1.8 S shooting Video
  • 05:04 Stills On the Z 50mm 1.8 S
  • 05:56 Z 50mm 1.2 4K Video at 1.2
  • 06:45 Z 50mm 1.2 stills - backlight
  • 08:13 Meike 50mm 1.2 bokeh, aberration
  • 09:40 Meike 4K Video at 1.2
  • 10:05 Cool Interlude
  • 10:40 Cool images in Capture One
  • 11:23 Capture One - Meike 50mm wide open focusing
  • 12:07 Nikon Z7 with 50mm 1.2 S OUTStanding night captures
  • 13:39 Fine Art Photography is about your vision
  • 14:44 Meike 50mm 1.2 Flower photography - Capture One
  • 16:02 Meike 50mm 1.2 4K Vide
  • 16:28 Meike VS Nikon 50mm 1.2’s comparison - Capture One
  • 17:05 Beer Keg Images with 50mm 1.2’s
  • 18:30 Out of focus back areas - how do they look
  • 19:10 A close look at bokeh balls
  • 20:40 Conclusion on bokeh balls
  • 21:00 50mm 1.2 S 50mm 1.8 S and Meike comparison
  • 21:25 How light transmission different between the lenses
  • 21:50 Assessing focus differences
  • 23:08 Sharpness Conclusion
  • 23:45 Looking at out of focus areas
  • 24:25 Close look at Meike Vs Nikon at 1.8
  • 25:33 Meike 1.2 VS Nikon 1.8 S at 1.8
  • 26:03 Nikon 1.8 S vs 1.2 S 
  • 27:50 Close look at fit and finish of the Meike 50mm 1.2
  • 29:18 Don’t forget the 50mm 1.2 gets IBIS with certain Z cameras
  • 30:15 Outro - worth a laugh
  • 31:20 Thoughts

 

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Meike is upping the ante for their lens lineup with a super-wide aperture 50mm lens. Let's go in depth and see how it stacks up. Especially of interest is how it compares to the Sony/Zeiss 55mm f/1.8, and I think the results might surprise you! The lens I'm personally testing is kitted out for Sony e-mount, but you can also get the same lens for Nikon Z, Canon RF, EF, and L-mount.

 

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