I really hadn't plumbed the low light capabilities of the Fuji 56mm f1.2 APD before I shot rehearsal images for Zach Theatre a week and a half ago. While the 56mm is certainly NOT state-of-the-art when it comes to fast focusing I think it delivers a look that can be perfect for a certain style of
available light photography. A sharply defined but narrow plane of focus surrounded by a progressively less sharp field. I tried to use the lens either wide open or one stop down.
The look was elevated by using a profile, in camera, called "Classic Chrome" and was
further assisted by the camera getting the WB just about as perfect as I could want
shooting under really poor florescent lighting.
I'll keep the 56mm APD. It's flawed but wonderful.