This stunning picture of Bruges by night is included in Jason Row’s review of the Fuji XF14mm wide-angle lens (21mm full-frame equivalent):
…..the real test of a lens is it’s image quality. I do not have access to complicated set ups that allow me to minutely determine a lenses resolution at every aperture. Rather, what I do have is real world experience, using the lens in the field.
The image quality from this lens is simply superb. It is on a par with if not exceeds the Nikon 14-24 f2.8 both in sharpness and contrast. Not only that, it maintains that image quality throughout the aperture range with only the very slightest softening at f2.8. Beyond f8, as we have mentioned diffraction plays an increasingly significant part but even at minimum aperture images are very usable.