Got hired to shoot a concert yesterday, and although this is not what I shoot usually, I thought it's a nice chance to give the Mitakon a fair shootout. And I have to say - being able to shoot at ISO 100 (!) at those conditions is awesome. And the lens did deliver quite a nice 3D pop. Even when it comes to sharpness, I had a hard time telling which shots were made with the Touit and which with the Mitakon - which says a lot since the 50mm Touit is one of the best 50mm lenses currently in production. Focusing the lens was not the easiest part, and I got about 50% of the photos I took with it slightly out of focus. The combination of super contrasty light - which makes the peaking much harder to see - and fast moving subjects was a challenge. Still, the ones I got in focus are worth the hassle, I'd say. <a href="https:[email protected] "1024" height="683" alt="The Rubberknees"></a> <a href="https:[email protected] "1024" height="683" alt="TimeBonded"></a> <a href="https:[email protected]View attachment 51267 "1024" height="683" alt="The Rubberknees"></a> What do you think? Any suggestions how I could do better next time?