I mostly used AF-C/Wide Area settings with auto-ISO shutter speed set to 125, and ISO range from 100 to 3200 (ISO stayed pretty low all the time). Quite much of the shooting was in Aperture priority at F1.4 too. Those are pretty convenient settings for catching some street action. The improved AF and ISO / Shutter Speed settings (both better than on my A7II/A7r) worked out nicely. The lens focuses fast, pretty quietly and reliably almost all the time, I just noticed a little bit of hunting when focusing on some open field flowers/plants at f1.4 at very close distance.
Wide open the lens is sharp but not bitingly so, and it has a very smooth rendering with nice bokeh. Build quality of both the camera and lens are very good. When I tried to use manual focusing on the lens a bit, I noticed that it's not really optimal for that, the focus by wire implementation on this lens felt harder to control smoothly than with my FE lenses but it might be a matter of practicing more with it. There is a rather large amount of distortion with the lens that is fixed with SW processing, quite similar with the Sony FE 28/2. The "manufacturer profile" correction in Capture One Pro 9.1 did it automatically for the RAW conversions of photos taken after the correction had been set to "Auto" on Camera. That's a lot more convenient than doing it manually one by one while processing.
PP was done with Capture One Pro 9.1 with some Film Style presets as I usually do. Added just a bit of saturation and adjusted shadows and highlights a bit where it seemed necessary. Noise reduction was set to 0, didn't add sharpening beyond C1 Pro defaults. Just a bit of Clarity was added on a few of the photos, but often none at all.
Overall very happy with both the Camera and the Lens so far ;) Will need to try it out with my FE & adapted lenses too.
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