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Pick this up lately, it is sharper than I expected.  No back or front focus issue with my camera.  biggrin.gif

 

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​a few from my latest shoot. It's my first year and I've booked 4 weddings so far! If you would, please help me out and like my facebook page www.facebook.com/hyofoto






post #5478 of 5720
@ jc 28 1.8? If so very nice lens. Widest w/o distortion. Good close focus and super sharp.

Hyogen: nice shots. Like all of them. Re: the first shot with the couple on the stairs. The lower portion of frame is kinda dark and scary for eng shots? . I love most of the design as a whole but maybe what if you showed more "above" them. Less of the scary more of the bright and sunny?
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Originally Posted by musubi1000 View Post

@ jc 28 1.8? If so very nice lens. Widest w/o distortion. Good close focus and super sharp.

 

 

35 f1.4, the sharpest wide primes I ever used including the Siggy 35 f1.4.

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Nice
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Originally Posted by jewman View Post

I just wish Nikon would have produced an f90x with built-in exposure bracketing and maybe a built-in flash, but alas, they've stopped producing film SLR's altogether.

You can buy a new FM10 or F6.  They've stopped developing new film SLRs but they still make them.

post #5482 of 5720

Really thinking about selling my Canon 40D + Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 + Flash and getting a D7000 with the 50mm 1.8G in a few months. September can't come soon enough!

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I recently went from a D200 to a D7000 and it was a nice step up. The D7000 is a little less ergonomic, but that may just be me getting used to it.
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I recently went from a D200 to a D7000 and it was a nice step up. The D7000 is a little less ergonomic, but that may just be me getting used to it.

I got myself a D7100 after owning D90 for over 4 years and am vvery happy with its ergonomy so far.

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Why on earth did this take me so long to find on head-fi?!! About to convert to FX. Thinking D600. And starting with lenses: Is the general consensus still that people like the 16-35mm over the 14-24mm? Just that extra 2mm of difference...

 

BTW any 14-24mm users have issues with dust and cleaning their lenses?

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Originally Posted by nk77 View Post

Why on earth did this take me so long to find on head-fi?!! About to convert to FX. Thinking D600. And starting with lenses: Is the general consensus still that people like the 16-35mm over the 14-24mm? Just that extra 2mm of difference...

BTW any 14-24mm users have issues with dust and cleaning their lenses?

The 14-24 is much sharper but I chose the 16-35 mainly for the filter thread size and more useful zoom range. I have use the 14-24 before, one recommendation is get an extra cap. You will loose it.
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Originally Posted by jc9394 View Post


The 14-24 is much sharper but I chose the 16-35 mainly for the filter thread size and more useful zoom range. I have use the 14-24 before, one recommendation is get an extra cap. You will loose it.

 

Any issues with taking care of the lens (I mean the 14-24)?

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Any issues with taking care of the lens (I mean the 14-24)?

I used it for few months and don't have much issues, it is hard to clean the front element with a fixed hood.
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I see. I was hoping someone here would talk me toward the 14-24mm haha.

post #5490 of 5720
If money is no object and don't mind getting super expensive Lee filter system, the 14-24 definitely a better choice.
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