To understand how much swirly bokeh and in-camera vignette you can get on full frame, crop sensor, and micro 4/3rds cameras, see the examples below. Click to see the image grid larger.

To get an idea of the difference between the effect and framing you can get with Burnside 35 and Twist 60, see the sample images below.

Stephanie DeFranco with Burnside 35 on full frame

Stephanie DeFranco with Twist 60 on full frame

Lauren Wilcox with Twist 60 on full frame

Lauren Wilcox with Burnside 35 on full frame

To get an idea of the amount of swirl and vignette you can get on crop sensor cameras with Burnside 35 see the sample images below.

Lauren Wilcox with Burnside 35 on full frame

Lauren Wilcox with Burnside 35 on crop sensor

Lauren Wilcox with Burnside 35 on micro 4/3rds

Kelly Elliot with Burnside 35 on crop sensor

Kelly Elliot with Burnside 35 on crop sensor

Kelly Elliot with Burnside 35 on crop sensor

Daniel von Appen Burnside 35 on micro 4/3rds

Daniel von Appen Burnside 35 on micro 4/3rds

Daniel von Appen Burnside 35 on micro 4/3rds

To understand the range of the in-camera vignette you can get with the gold effect slider see the examples below.

Joe Porter Photography Burnside 35 on full frame – darkest vignette setting

Joe Porter Photography Burnside 35 on full frame – brightest vignette setting

Nuno Caldeira Burnside 35 on full frame – darkest vignette setting

Nuno Caldeira Burnside 35 on full frame – brightest vignette setting

SeanAndersonMedia.com Burnside 35 in-camera vignette video variations on full frame

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