West Side TT

Now, for more shots from that Kg. Pandan Teh Tarik session to welcome East Sider kysham!

Testing his Tokina 28-70mm F2.8 at 50mm F2.8. Amazingly sharp!

Same lens, 70mm F2.8.

However, nothing was as beautiful as his handsome Vivitar 135mm F2.8 M42 lens.

Crisp as heck.

Then came a special hotshoe attachment…

An add-on torchlight with the White Torchlight (or more commonly known as the Minolta 200mm F2.8G HS APO.)

Passport mana?

And then, on to the lens that I previously asked you guys to guess.

Scorchingly sharp wide open and surprisingly free of spherical aberration.

That’s right – the Minolta MC Rokkor 58mm F1.2.

3 thoughts on “West Side TT

  1. Albert Ng Post author

    Yes, F1.2 + ISO6400 can hunt for prey in the shadow of the night! Though it’s just 1/3rd of a stop so I wonder if it’s worth it. I’d get the 58mm F1.2 because it doesn’t have the distracting OOF highlights that every F1.4 has.


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