Then we looked at the focusing ring and distance scales and noticed a sea of zig-zagging lines. They looked like depth-of-field scales designed by Pablo Picasso in his Cubist years. Our depth-of-field expert, Herbert Keppler, confirmed that the lines were indeed depth-of-field scales, and very complicated ones at that. We will clarify this and the matter of the wild subject-distance scales (some of the distances are grayed out!) in the Hands On section of our lens test. Look for it in the August issue.