Upload & Sell: Off
Been following the forum for quite a while and know you all have a lot of knowledge on all things Nikon. So, I wanted to pick your brains a little.
I will be buying some gear in the Autumn and am toying with the idea of adding the 45mm PC-E to my list. Basically, I like to do a lot of architectural photography, hence my thinking for going with the lens. I've also read it can be used as a general purpose lens for things like landscapes and portraits. And I've seen some amazing examples of both from the likes of Ryan Brenizer, for example. And being a top lens, am also thinking it would hold its value fairly well, if ever I came to selling it.
What I wanted to know is how easy is the lens to use? Specifically, if I took it out onto the streets, would it be easy enough to snap away with it? Or is it a lens that is more suited to being mounted on a tripod and to take the time to set the shot up?
For info, I will be getting the 24mm 1.4 and already have a 50mm lens, so I was looking for something in between the two which would give me some interesting results.
Thanks a lot in advance!