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Spring is in the air, my 180 2.8 ED ais is on the way, and I have the first of some outings coming up this weekend.
For this one I get to be on the spouse program (ain't retirement grand!) for a weekend at King's Mill in Williamsburg. Normally I play golf, but this winter has kept me away from the club, and I don't want to make my season debut at an expensive venue. So I will make pictures instead.
I plan to take the D700 and my new Tenba Messenger Small bag. Now, which lenses to take? I plan this...Show more →
I'd try the 28, 85 and 180. I think for golf the 50 will be a neither here nor there focal length but the 85 should be good and the 180 will be fabulous.
leighton w wrote:
Since you asked. And since I'm somewhat of a Nikon MF fanboy, I'd take the 28, 105, and 180!
I'm with Leighton... though I'd add the 50 f/1.2 to cover low light situations. 28, 50, 105 and 180 comes close to John's dictum that has each lens doubling the length of the one below. Those four are all great performers. Have fun David.
+1 on John's dictum (theoretical philosophical method-to-madness approach to prime selection)
+1 on what John said (whatever that was)