I usually shoot with the Canon pro bodies, however as some of you may already know, I picked up a Sony NEX mirrorless camera not long ago.
I invested in a metabones speed booster adapter which not only allows all Canon EF lenses to be mounted, but also gives an extra F stop! This means, mounting my Canon 50mm F1.4 makes the F1.4 lens become an F1.0 ! – creating some pleasing bokeh.
I have been surprised by how incredibly sharp the lens is even wide open at F1.0. Focus is the hard part due to the razor thin depth of field. It certainly makes you work hard for each shot, but when the focus is nailed the results are well worth the effort.
The following shots were taken either at F1.0 or F1.1, all with manual focus. Shots are strictly copyrighted, if anyone wants high res originals for further analysis, contact me.