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leighton w wrote:
Why I don't always use the 50/1.2 wide open. It's super sharp stopped down as seen here at f8.
Nice pumpkins Leighton.
Jumping Mullets Jeff!
Sharp dogs George
Beautiful Mont Blanc slides John, will have to use the same set up on my slides
Jay, the house with deer could not possibly be Tucson very nice use of the 180mm
Brainy lichens Jose, very artistic
Lovely Garden Ray FL
JD Geese in Westminster CA!
Great Leaves Ray OH
James, Petur, the 35 1.4 bokeh is supposed to be ugly
Monty, rare sight indeed
Nice place Peter, in CA $25 a night would get you a park bench
Roston, nice eyes in all three photos
Colorful fall Doug
Keep them coming David
The Df is intriguing, but really only for the D4 sensor in it, I do event photography and the D800 is just too many pixels, too much time processing. Looks pretty, but I would far prefer the D4 sensor in a D800 Body. I love my F and F2s, but a digital camera is a digital camera and the ergonomics of my D3 or D800 are first class for digital photography.
This is Nikon's publicity photo, note the 55 1,2, one of our favourite lenses. Curious that they processed this photo with such harsh contrast
f-mount-lenses-1200 by Rafael CA, on Flickr
This is what the 55 1.2 does
nikon nikkor 55mm 1.2 SC D3 Beauty does exist by Rafael CA, on Flickr