Probably it's very good. But will you see the difference in a blind a/b comparison? I'd say you need to look into the cost/benefit ratio. You can get a 50/1.4 Ai Nikkor for under $100 with a bit of luck, and this Zeiss will have to be a very very good lens indeed to beat out the Nikkor. So, it depends on whether you want to spend money, or take pictures.
Originally Posted by ToddB
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