I'm back with another lens review.
These lenses were sponsored by Kiwiberry1-collection.com. I am in no way affiliated with this company and am not being paid to do this review. This is all based on personal and honest opinion.
First and foremost, I love the colour of these lenses. They are a beautiful green colour. It's not a hulk green like my angel greens (which I wasn't too fond of). These are more of a rich forest green.
EOS (G-207) Super Nudy Green
Photo indoors with natural lighting. No Flash
Eos (G-207) Super Nudy Green Review:
Like above, I love the colour of these lenses. In person they are a rich forest green and photograph a bit more brightly and boldly, yet still very gem like and pretty. These look nothing like Dollyeye Green, which I find are a scary green.
These lenses are 14.5 mm and are good for enlargement. For some reason though, they didn't appear too big on me. Maybe I am used to 14.5 mm now, but I still find my Max Pure Browns larger even though they are the same diameter. Still larger than 14.0 mm, obviously. Yet somehow not as enlarging as initially thought.
Like all my EOS lenses, I like them. :)
I think the colour is too rich to pull off as natural, it's almost unreal. But the lens is dark enough to not fully give away the fact these are lenses. I find it hard to explain. I guess you'll have to judge for yourself.
Of course, like ALL of her lenses. 20$ USD.
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Photo of the lens and vials.
5 Point view and the lens itself: Natural light. No Flash.
5 Point view and the lens itself: Flash
COMPARISON SHOT: Natural Light / No Flash
BOTH LENS IN: Natural Light / No Flash
BOTH LENS IN: Flash
BOTH LENS IN: High Flash
BOTH LENS IN: Soft Portrait Flash
Full Face with flash
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