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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


Thanks Georg,Scott, Peter and Dean for the comments.

John B, excellent shots, liked the most the river scenario - spetacular colours;

Goran, nice bokeh paying;

Georg, welcome back and what fantastic B&W snow and night shots!

Scott, loved the rust stuff;

m1mgd00, welcome and what a great debut set with the venerable and relatively rare 28-50/3.5;

Kevin, excellent dome HDR;

Samy, looking forward your results with that "heavy artillery' combo



Just a break from ancient cities,
this is an "abstract" + bokeh playing + 4T close up lens test on the 75-150/3.5 E:


Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 + 4T close up lens by labecoaves, on Flickr

Rain droplets on a leaf. A quick "real life" test with this combo.
D600 + 75-150mm f/3.5E @ ~150mm + Nikon 4T close up lens, hand held, ISO 1600, f/8 at 1/160s.
There is some "rumours" this zoom works very well with close up lenses.
Even at f/8, note the very thin DOF!!
These E-series at the time they were launched - people criticized them because "cheap construction", but compared to today's (most) plastics zooms this 75-150/3.5 is clearly better made.



Mar 28, 2013 at 02:39 PM
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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


Thanks Georg,Scott, Peter and Dean for the comments.

John B, excellent shots, liked the most the river scenario - spetacular colours;

Goran, nice bokeh paying;

Georg, welcome back and what fantastic B&W snow and night shots!

Scott, loved the rust stuff;

m1mgd00, welcome and what a great debut set with the venerable and relatively rare 28-50/3.5;

Kevin, excellent dome HDR;

Samy, looking forward your results with that "heavy artillery' combo



Just a break for ancient cities, this is an "abstract" + bokeh playing + 4T close up lens test on the 75-150/3.5 E:


Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 + 4T close up lens by labecoaves, on Flickr

Rain drops on a leaf. A quick test with this combo.
D600 + 75-150mm f/3.5E @ ~150mm + Nikon 4T close up lens, hand held, ISO 1600, f/8 at 1/160s.
There is some "rumours" this zoom works very well with close up lenses.
Even at f/8, note the very thin DOF!!
These E-series at the time they were launched - people criticized them because "cheap construction", but compared to today's (most) plastics zooms this 75-150/3.5 is clearly better made.



Mar 28, 2013 at 02:38 PM
asiostygius
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Re: Manual Focus Nikon Glass


Thanks Georg,Scott, Peter and Dean for the comments.

John B, excellent shots, liked the most the river scenario - spetacular colours;

Goran, nice bokeh paying;

Georg, welcome back and what fantastic B&W snow and night shots!

Scott, loved the rust stuff;

m1mgd00, welcome and what a great debut set with the venerable and relatively rare 28-50/3.5;

Kevin, excellent dome HDR;

Samy, looking forward your results with that "heavy artillery' combo



Just a break for ancient cities, this is an "abstract" + bokeh playing + 4T close up lens test on the 75-150/3.5 E:


Nikon 75-150mm f/3.5 + 4T close up lens by labecoaves, on Flickr

Rain drops on a leaf. A quick test with this combo.
D600 + 75-150mm f/3.5E @ ~150mm + Nikon 4T close up lens, hand held, ISO 1600, f/8 at 1/160s.
There is some "rumours" this zoom works very well with close up lenses.
Even at f/8, note the very thin DOF!!
These E-series at the time they were launched, people criticized them because "cheap construction", but compared with today's (most) plastics zooms this 75-150/3.5 is better made.



Mar 28, 2013 at 02:02 PM



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