lens shootout : Nikkor 32mm vs sigma 17-70mm part 1

its actually a really unfair comparison, because the sigma is macro lens and nikon a portrait lens. the Sigma 17-70 F2.8 Macro is considered as all around lens and the nikon could considered it was well. the nikon lens 32mmF1.2 have really close focus distance for this kind of lens (which good for macro) and also smaller sensor of the nikon1 system make much less intense out of focus blurs, compared to a fullframe or APS-C sensor (which is good for landscape).
also a comparsion between DSLR Canon 500D with APS-C sensor and mirrorless Camera Nikon V1 with much smaller 1’inch Sensor is not really fair. but i will do it anyway. also need need some pictures for my upcoming sigma17-70mm F2.8 and nikkor 1 32mm F1.2 lens review.

ok lets start with marco shoots:
scene1:
sigma 17-70mm –> @70mm @F4.5 iso320 1/80 –> canon 500D
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sigma 17-70mm –> @17mm @F4.5 iso100 1/25 –> canon 500D
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nikkor 1 32mm –> @F2.0 iso220 1/350 –> nikon V1
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nikkor 1 32mm –> @F1.2 iso100 1/250 –> nikon V1
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scene 2:
nikkor 1 32mm –> @F1.2 iso100 1/640 –> nikon V1
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nikkor 1 32mm –> @F2.8 iso160 1/250 –> nikon V1
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sigma 17-70mm –> @17mm @F2.8 iso100 1/80 –> canon 500D
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sigma 17-70mm –> @70mm @F4.5 iso160 1/150 –> canon 500D
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sigma 17-70mm –> @70mm @F4.5 iso100 1/125 –> canon 500D
this one is on manuell focus (the lens or camera couldn’t any focuspoints)
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