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Well it depends on one's definition of "too much" DOF Granted roughly two effective stops of DOF tends to lessen the bokeh effects, but I think I'm finally starting to shy away from just "blasting" the background away all the time like I do with FF, so it doesn't affect me too much. I do get your point, though.
If I start to get the need for selective focusing and/or softer backgrounds, I'll probably pick up a cheap FD 55/1.2 for portraits and a Voigt 35 for general stuff
I like the DOF capabilities with a FF and a 24-70,...Show more →
I'd also say that if you need a really thin DOF, even a f:2.8 on FF is not enough, so in a FF bag you will find fast primes beside the zooms, and the weight grows up even more...
Edited on Nov 27, 2013 at 01:56 PM · View previous versions