Standard lens reviews (WYSIWYG)
With a standard lens you can shoot many types of images. The image you see through the viewfinder of the camera, roughly corresponds to the image that you see when you're not looking through the viewfinder. On a camera with a full frame sensor, this corresponds to a focal length between 35 and 65 mm. Below you will see both lenses with a fixed focal length in that range as a zoom lens that (partially) coincides with this range. There are many lenses on the market that meet those criteria.
Pure & RAW
There is another, " Pure and RAW" table with test results based on raw test results , where no corrections for chromatic aberration , distortion or vignettinge have been applied. Also the influence of the jpg conversion and sharpening are ruled out. RAW files withou sharpening are used for the Pure and RAW table. These scores approach the intrinsic quality of the combination of lens and test camera.