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Panasonic G 20 mm f/1.7 ASPH.

29 October 2010
Arkadiusz Olech

9. Ghosting and flares

In the case of work against bright light the Panasonic 1.7/20 gets from us a very high mark. At the maximum relative aperture from time to time you can catch a characteristic ray of light, coming from the source of bright light. On stopping down the lens this ray weakens and you get a greenish glare in the field of view instead. These artifacts are not very intense, though, and they are rare – they appear solely in a specific position of the source of light towards the edge of the frame.

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Panasonic G 20 mm f/1.7 ASPH. - Ghosting and flares

Panasonic G 20 mm f/1.7 ASPH. - Ghosting and flares