Olympus E-M1 Mk.II and MZD 75/1.8

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F = 75 mm

Full frame, reduced, at F/8

F/1.8

F/2.0

F/2.8

F/4.0

F/5.6

F/8.0

F/11

F/16

F/22

Starting from F/1.8 the resolution is nice, real nice. Wide-open we get a sharp image with a slight soft-haze layer over it, at least that's how I see it.

Anyway, the lens is fully sharp at F/2.8 and stays so all the way to F/11 as per my naked-eye scrutiny. I would not hesitate to recommend using if from wide-open, though.

Importantly, this behavior extends to the whole frame. (Inspecting the corners, if you must, look at the thin branches in the background, as the foreground ones are out of the depth-of-field range.)

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