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A manual focus 50mm trip with the Z6


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Yesterday I went on my first serious outing with the 50mm f1.2 AIs on the Z6. Focusing is relatively easy with peaking and zoom function.

 

I didn't write down or remember the specific apertures, sorry about that.

 

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