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I had my heart set on getting a used Noctilux 50MM f/0.95, but I also found a used Noctilux 75MM f1.25. I wanted the 50 because I regret selling my Summilux ASPH 50MM - I really miss that dreamy/creamy look! The 50 Noctilux could be a suitable replacement, with an extra stop to boot! The "more usable" focal length is another plus. On the other hand, the 75 is appealing to me because it is a more modern lens with less CA/purple fringing, less vignetting, and a sharper look. I also don't have any 75MM yet. I shoot a lot of portraiture, but admittedly it's more environmental, so not tot
75mm is the favourite lens of those who are interested in detail, portrait or landscape photography. With its moderate magnification it is a good choice for photographing flowers and other objects without distorting quality and scale of their image. Not all who use 75mm find it fully satisfying, the result, not always, seem to be to their expectation. You hear many stories from those who sold on their 75 and yet went back to it! The core of disappointment emanate from dissatisfaction on getting the focusing right. It’s a problem that occurs, on both, close range and distant images!