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One loaner sample tested briefly showed very poor sharpness at even modest distances from the optical center, and appeared to have fairly strong hot spot issues. This lens has gotten mixed reviews; I once had a very good sample [example] which I unfortunately sold, thinking I was going to stick with Nikon equipment.
Canon 24mm f/1.4L hot spots
I shot this lens briefly outside the camera store, and that brief shooting suggested troublesome hot spots.
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