So this morning, as I was preparing to do a full review of the Laowa 7.5mm f/2 lens at a local McDonald’s, I was accosted by a young fellow, who started moving my equipment around, violently shaking the table I was sitting at and asking me to move. While trying to get away as quickly as possible from this deranged person, I dropped my Sigma 30mm f/1.4 lens on the ground. Because I had no idea where else to go, I took the lens to an authorized Nikon repair shop in district one. The repairman promptly walked up to a chart that looked like it’d been on the wall since the 1960s, took one photo, examined the jpeg on the LCD screen of my G85 and said there was nothing wrong with the lens. Here’s the picture he shot.