Hadn't heard of DXOMark before. Can someone please explain how come 35mm f/2 is considered to be the third sharpest lense from Canon, beating not only the 50mm 1.4, but also almost all the L lenses. I am trying to get a lens for my 6D and I thought I had it figured out by getting the 50mm 1.4, but now I'm not that sure:
The 35mm F2 IS is an 800 dollar lens, and so is the sigma 35... 3-4 stop IS vs 1 stop aperture... really is a tough decision, but I'de go with the canon (even though most will choose sigma). Reason for canon is because I think F2 is fast enough on these ISO monsters, and IS is more valuable for static shots.
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