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My wife bundled up for the deep freeze outside today Shot with the D610 24-70

Very nice. the scarf looks great. 

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thanks buddy

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Nikon D610 24-70MM Nikon pro lens


Edited by Frank I - 1/24/14 at 7:43pm
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Watch out for those tangents! (pot on the head like a hat)

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Love the bokeh on this, need to retake it at night.

 

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JC what kens did you use for that shot.  The setting too. Nice 

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Zeiss 100 Makro, aperture priority at f/2.0
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Going to replace my 16-35 with this... Finally complete the Nikon Holy Trinity

 


Edited by jc9394 - 1/29/14 at 7:29am
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The 14-24  is a nice lens. 

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Going to replace my 16-35 with this...

 

 

As far as I'm concerned, that 14-24 is an absolute wonder of optics--simply amazing. Because I'm so not used to shooting so wide, I've not done that lens any justice; but you've reminded me to put it back on the camera and shoot with it. (I need to get a smaller body, though, as the one I've got is just too big and heavy for daily carry, especially with something like a 14-24 on it.)

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As far as I'm concerned, that 14-24 is an absolute wonder of optics--simply amazing. Because I'm so not used to shooting so wide, I've not done that lens any justice; but you've reminded me to put it back on the camera and shoot with it. (I need to get a smaller body, though, as the one I've got is just too big and heavy for daily carry, especially with something like a 14-24 on it.)

I jus got the D610 and love the light body and easy to use qualities of the camera

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As far as I'm concerned, that 14-24 is an absolute wonder of optics--simply amazing. Because I'm so not used to shooting so wide, I've not done that lens any justice; but you've reminded me to put it back on the camera and shoot with it. (I need to get a smaller body, though, as the one I've got is just too big and heavy for daily carry, especially with something like a 14-24 on it.)

 

It is huge when mounted with gripped D800, your D4 is not any smaller too.  Maybe get a D800E for higher pixels?  I have done a shoot with D4 and D800E, they are absolutely complement each other.

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jc9394, thanks for the recommendation (and you, too, Frank I, for the other recommendation).

 

Admittedly, the camera I've been using more than any other lately is the Sony RX10. It's no substitute for my Nikons and all the lenses, but it has been really fun for an all-in-one. And for someone who was used to carrying a D4 as an everyday camera for well over a year, the RX10 is comparatively a featherweight.

 

But this a Nikon thread, so I digressed...sorry.

 

Back on topic: I think I remember from some time back, jc9394, that you also use the Nikon 35mm f/1.4. Of all the lenses I have, that's the one that's on my camera the most. (I haven't tried the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 everyone was talking about last year, as I'd already had the Nikon one when that newer Sigma was released.) Anyway, I love my 35mm f/1.4.

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Maybe you amy want to try the new smaller Nikon also since you have the lenses Nikon Df Is A Small, Retro, Full-Frame DSLR - First Look from ...

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jc9394, thanks for the recommendation (and you, too, Frank I, for the other recommendation).

 

Admittedly, the camera I've been using more than any other lately is the Sony RX10. It's no substitute for my Nikons and all the lenses, but it has been really fun for an all-in-one. And for someone who was used to carrying a D4 as an everyday camera for well over a year, the RX10 is comparatively a featherweight.

 

But this a Nikon thread, so I digressed...sorry.

 

Back on topic: I think I remember from some time back, jc9394, that you also use the Nikon 35mm f/1.4. Of all the lenses I have, that's the one that's on my camera the most. (I haven't tried the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 everyone was talking about last year, as I'd already had the Nikon one when that newer Sigma was released.) Anyway, I love my 35mm f/1.4.

 

 

Yes, I use the 35 f/1.4 a lot.  Much more than any other lens I own, I absolutely love it.  I tried the Sigma version before but it just does not feel the same as Nikon's version.  

 

Off topic, I use the Sony RX100 when I trip for business with upper managements.  Not a good idea to look like a tourist while travel with big wigs.  I had looked at the RX10 too but lack of zoom is a no no for the wife, she use it to take pics of my girls.

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