Earlier this year I posted a thread about the 85mm f:2.8 SAM 'Easy choice' lens, and subsequently bought one. It is very sharp, focusses quickly and quietly, and is very light. The downside is that it has poor contrast, but that is easy to fix in post-capture processing. Browsing the web recently, I came across a conjecture that the Sony DT 35mm f:1.8 SAM was originally designed for full frame - Sony described it as 'wide angle', which it would hardly be as a DT/APSC lens. Also, the kurtmunger.com website shows exceptional edge sharpness for this price point, with modest vignetting. So, the crux of the matter - has anybody tried this lens on full frame? It will clearly give heavy vignetting, but does it actually clip the corners of the frame? Vignetting can fixed, and a photoshop action can be built, once the amount has been established. Incidentally, I am not being a cheapskate hers, I am just trying to build up a set of very light, small primes for my 'ultra light' pocket-fitting kit, without giving up my full-frame DSLRs.