Fuji X-T1 + 14mm, Sony A7 + Voigtlander 20mm, Sony A7r + Sigma 20mm

Above - Fuji X-T1 + XF 14mm f/2.8

Above - Sony A7 + Voigtlander 20mm

Above - Sony A7r + Sigma 20mm

Over the past two days I've been shooting with the above camera / lens combinations to get some idea of how the Fuji XF 14mm f/2.8 performs in comparison to the other alternatives I have. 

And it performs very well. It's the only lens of the three that is sharp across the frame. Both the Voigtlander and the Sigma are very sharp indeed in the centre but to varying degrees and at different apertures there is a sharpness fall off towards the edges and the corners. On the Fuji however I see no evidence of this. 

This lens is new to me, but it has been around for a while. Consequently I won't be doing any serious testing since it's virtues and faults are well known by now. (Not that I can find any of the latter as yet) To me it looks like yet another superb Fuji lens. This is getting monotonous!!

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