Based on this would you say that for DX shooters performance of new at 200mm wide open will be worse than of old one?Old:
The biggest difference I see is that the M10 line (-------) representing meridonial contrast is much improved at the tele end. The M30/S30 lines describe resolution and is a mixed bag. In some areas the new version is better and in others it's not.
Here's my simplified view of reading MTF charts.I have absolutely no clue how to decipher MTF charts, so it just looks like a bunch of meaningless lines to me.:redface::redface:
Towards the 200mm end wide-open on the DX frame...Based on this would you say that for DX shooters performance of new at 200mm wide open will be worse than of old one?
Agreed on the landscape part. Sport lens ? I don't know but it's a lens that every PJ (more or less) has and we're not afraid to use it at 2.8 regardless of MTF charts or brick charts :tongue:Goodness, I don't get who the heck shoots at 2.8 at 200 for landscape? This is a sports lens in my opinion.