Reviews and Problems with Samsung 45mm f1.8 i-function
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21 April 2015
Excerpt: Well, not really magic, but this lens in combination with my NX 10 or NX 1000 just seems like it. I bought my NX 1000 with the kit lens (20-50mm, NO OIS) and was very dissapointed. I was ready to return it, and decided to try the 18-55mm OIS lens. That was a step up.
Summary: A camera cannot be better than the lens that is on it, no matter how good or expensive the body is. And the Samsung 45mm lens yields images that are sharp and pretty darn close to perfect. It is among the best consumer lenses out there.
Pros: Light, good build, very sharp, very practical view angle for general photography
Cons: manual focus by wire: no tactile feedback, no indication of where you are (if past target and reached closest or infinity)
Summary: otimo produto, melhor compra q ja fiz no ebay. o produto chegou rapido no brasil. o vendedor pos o valor mais baixo na nota fiscal e tive que pagar pouco (imposto) para retirar dos correios.falando nisso muito obrigado a voce (102_store). 102_store é nota 1000.
Excerpt: This is somewhat of a departure for me as I go back to the manual focus SLR days where lens were made of brass not plastic. Back to the present I want as light a piece of kit as I can get but with the caveat that it must be optically excellent.
Excerpt: I spent the weekend out with my Samsung NX1000 with this 45mm f/1.8 lens at both Brandywine Battlefield and Longwood Gardens. I like it clarity of focus, bokeh for close-ups, speed and size. It fits in my purse so it can always be with me and it does very well under all light conditions.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Rugged, Strong Construction
Summary: This mid-telephoto prime lens delivers a pro-standard shallow depth of field with background blur, creating stunning portrait images or pictures of your favourite food, complete with beautiful bokeh.
Summary: Simply put - this is the sharpest lens in the NX range (as of May 2015). It's small enough to fit on the small size NX range (NX300, NX3000, NX500, etc) without looking silly. It's fast. Its auto focus is silent and quick. I tested its sharpness and it is tack sharp at all apertures.