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Re: 70-200mm f4 VR vs. 70-200mm 2.8 VR II


I would differentiate the "double shutterspeed" topic.
1) Yes it is true and super important when shooting things in motion
2) Its kind of irrelevant when shooting things not in motion - the VR compensates this more or less easily.

D600, ISO 1000, distance approx 500 yards, handheld, 1/30 sec, f4, 1920x1080







with regards to subject isolation. The 2.8 VR II is an excellent lens, but I would consider the difference not too big.

Chorus at the local christmas market
D600, ISO 1000, 35mm,






D600, 200mm, f4, ISO 800, handheld, 1920x1920







This little girl watched the performance with attention. Standing on the side of the audience. It was quite dark
D600, 200mm, 1/30 sec, f4, ISO 3200






BTW, the lens is just short enough that it fits with the D600 attached into the Thinktank Retrospective 10. Nice for city shooting.

rgds,
Andy




Dec 08, 2012 at 09:12 PM
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Re: 70-200mm f4 VR vs. 70-200mm 2.8 VR II


I would differentiate the "double shutterspeed" topic.
1) Yes it is true and super important when shooting things in motion
2) Its kind of irrelevant when shooting things not in motion - the VR compensates this more or less easily.

D600, ISO 1000, distance approx 500 yards, handheld, 1/30 sec, f4, 1920x1080







with regards to subject isolation. The 2.8 VR II is an excellent lens, but I would consider the "distance" not too big.

Chorus at the local christmas market
D600, ISO 1000, 35mm,






D600, 200mm, f4, ISO 800, handheld, 1920x1920







This little girl watched the performance with attention. Standing on the side of the audience. It was quite dark
D600, 200mm, 1/30 sec, f4, ISO 3200






BTW, the lens is just short enough that it fits with the D600 attached into the Thinktank Retrospective 10. Nice for city shooting.

rgds,
Andy




Dec 08, 2012 at 09:10 PM
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Re: 70-200mm f4 VR vs. 70-200mm 2.8 VR II


I would differentiate the "double shutterspeed" topic.
1) Yes it is true and super important when shooting things in motion
2) Its kind of irrelevant when shooting things not in motion - the VR compensates this more or less easily.

D600, ISO 1000, distance approx 500 yards, handheld, 1/30 sec, f4, 1920x1080







with regards to subject isolation. The 2.8 VR II is an excellent lens, but I would consider the "distance" not too big.

Chorus at the local christmas market
D600, ISO 1000, 35mm,






D600, 200mm, f4, ISO 800, handheld, 1920x1920







This little girl watched the performance with attention. Standing on the side of the audience. It was quite dark
D600, 200mm, 1/30 sec, f4, ISO 3200






BTW, the lens is just short enough that it fits with the D600 attached into the Thinktank Retrospective 10. Nice for city shooting.

rgds,
Andy




Dec 08, 2012 at 08:57 PM
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Re: 70-200mm f4 VR vs. 70-200mm 2.8 VR II


I would differentiate the "double shutterspeed" topic.
1) Yes it is true and super important when shooting things in motion
2) Its kind of irrelevant when shooting things not in motion - the VR compensates this more or less easily.

D600, ISO 1000, distance approx 500 yards, handheld, 1/30 sec, f4, 1920x1080







with regards to subject isolation. The 2.8 VR II is an excellent lens, but I would consider the "distance" not too big.

Chorus at the local christmas market
D600, ISO 1000, 35mm,






D600, 200mm, f4, ISO 800, handheld, 1920x1920http://www.pbase.com/andrease/image/147753902/original.jpg


This little girl watched the performance with attention. Standing on the side of the audience. It was quite dark
D600, 200mm, 1/30 sec, f4, ISO 3200






BTW, the lens is just short enough that it fits with the D600 attached into the Thinktank Retrospective 10. Nice for city shooting.

rgds,
Andy




Dec 08, 2012 at 08:56 PM
AndreasE
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Re: 70-200mm f4 VR vs. 70-200mm 2.8 VR II


I would differentiate the "double shutterspeed" topic.
1) Yes it is true and super important when shooting things in motion
2) Its kind of irrelevant when shooting things not in motion - the VR compensates this more or less easily.

D600, ISO 1000, distance approx 500 yards, handheld, 1/30 sec, f4, 1920x1080







with regards to subject isolation. The 2.8 VR II is an excellent lens, but I would consider the "distance" not too big.

Chorus at the local christmas market
D600, ISO 1000, 35mm,






D600, 200mm, f4, ISO 800, handheld, 1920x1920







This little girl watched the performance with attention. Standing on the side of the audience. It was quite dark
D600, 200mm, 1/30 sec, f4, ISO 3200






BTW, the lens is just short enough that it fits with the D600 attached into the Thinktank Retrospective 10. Nice for city shooting.

rgds,
Andy




Dec 08, 2012 at 08:53 PM
AndreasE
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Re: 70-200mm f4 VR vs. 70-200mm 2.8 VR II


I would differentiate the "double shutterspeed" topic.
1) Yes it is true and super important when shooting things in motion
2) Its kind of irrelevant when shooting things not in motion - the VR compensates this more or less easily.

D600, ISO 1000, distance approx 500 yards, handheld, 1/30 sec, f4, 1920x1080






with regards to subject isolation. The 2.8 VR II is an excellent lens, but I would consider the "distance" not too big.

Chorus at the local christmas market
D600, ISO 1000, 35mm,






D600, 200mm, f4, ISO 800, handheld, 1920x1920






This little girl watched the performance with attention. Standing on the side of the audience. It was quite dark
D600, 200mm, 1/30 sec, f4, ISO 3200






BTW, the lens is just short enough that it fits with the D600 attached into the Thinktank Retrospective 10. Nice for city shooting.

rgds,
Andy




Dec 08, 2012 at 07:28 PM



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