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Panasonic G 14 mm f/2.5 ASPH.

16 November 2010
Arkadiusz Olech

9. Ghosting and flares

The Panasonic 2.5/14 works against bright light relatively well. Near the maximum relative aperture it is not easy to catch light artifacts and even if you manage to do so the flares are not intensive. On significant stopping down the lens we can have the Sun in our frame and still no major artifacts in sight. If we move it a bit outside the frame corner, though, we encounter a more serious problem in this category, namely bright rays of light, visible in the second of the photos below, coming out from a frame corner.

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Panasonic G 14 mm f/2.5 ASPH. - Ghosting and flares

Panasonic G 14 mm f/2.5 ASPH. - Ghosting and flares

Panasonic G 14 mm f/2.5 ASPH. - Ghosting and flares