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Curtis, excellent photos from the 300mm H
Kevin, excellent macros from your vacation
Samy, stuffed animals in museums is a classic, but the turtle is far better, the TC16a is doing well with the 400 5.6
Bert, delightful cape cod, great macro with the 200mm, this lens does so well with tubes and you get feet of distance, the ones with the 50 are very close, did you reverse it?
Jared, love the flowers, how do you get that pitch black background?
Leighton has migrated from Icicle art to People art
Ray, your whole series of Charleston is masterful and you made the 16 3.5 into the most versatile wide angle of all with your distortion corrections
Ronny, you master the 135 2.0
Georg, the crown of thorns is very impressive!
Scott, wheat and corn fields, how cool is that!
My verdict is in, my 15mm 5.6 is superior to my 15mm 3.5, on the latter Nikon improved it, but did not remove all the haze, so it is going back.
Took the 15mm 5.6, aka QDC, for a spin looking for magical light, the weather is awful hot and humid, and the sky is flat and gray, so needed the help of the scrub oaks, this is all I have from the weekend, the QDC is actually quite excellent and my sample needs a lot less work than the 3.5 to get in perfect focus.
These are full res from the D800 on flickr if you care to look
nikon nikkor 15mm 5.6 D800 Lake hodges scrub oaks by Rafael CA, on Flickr
nikon nikkor 15mm 5.6 D800 Lake hodges scrub oaks 2 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
nikon nikkor 15mm 5.6 D800 Lake hodges scrub oaks 3 by Rafael CA, on Flickr