For Sale Sony FE 24 F1.4 GM - Example Post not Really for Sale!

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This is just an example of a marketplace post. I'm definitely not selling my Sony FE 24mm F1.4 GM anytime soon I'm afraid!

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Well there's a coincidence! Also have this lens but not used it on a proper shoot yet. To my testing in the garden it doesn't appear very sharp? Not sure what i'm doing wrong although it does have a protection filter on it. Maybe I should try it without?
 

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You mean something like a UV filter? Definitely try without, this lens is super sharp unless you have been very unlucky and received one that is decentered or has other issues. I'll post a few shots that I've taken with mine tomorrow.
 

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ok - it was the UV filter. Used to use B&W, then found Gobe (their filters are very good if you get the top level ones) but this one was a K&F Concept nano-x MRC UV filter. anyway - took it off the lens and wow what a difference! I can see what everyone says about this lens now.
 

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ok - it was the UV filter. Used to use B&W, then found Gobe (their filters are very good if you get the top level ones) but this one was a K&F Concept nano-x MRC UV filter. anyway - took it off the lens and wow what a difference! I can see what everyone says about this lens now.
Glad that you have sorted that out! :)
 

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I just tried out the Milky Way with this lens. It was amazing that's all I can say :) I will try this weekend the new lens 12-24mm if the weather is clear for Milky Way.
 

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I really don't need to want yet another lens...but now of course :LOL:
 
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