Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Jon K, Jan 31, 2005.
Yep seen that one the other day in a photo mag.
I dunno about you, but I see a big pile of almost unattended money -_-
Looking at that wonderful stack of "L" glass and drooling my fool head off I now believe that "L" stand for Larceny!
At least that's what I'm thinking!
even though I'm a Nikon user I found it amusing to pick out all 4 of the Nikons that were actually in there.
Well... half of the "nikons" are prob Kodaks and Minoltas
yea the white lenses stand out...but is that what it's all about
i prefer silver kit lenses :mrgreen: (mine has pure heart and soul)
Andrea is right, few people know the power that Nikon G lenses exert... its hard to harness the speed of a F5.6, seriously. Haha :lmao:
u can't learn when ur lens does everything for u
u can't learn to steady urself with a f1.8 lens, the only way is to practice, practice, practice
all those days spending practicing no tripoded 10s long exposures...that's what my lens has taught me...what do those big white lenses teach u...
the best $80 dollars i ever spent was on the silver G lens :greenpbl:
I remember seeing that in a computer mag.
Just because you sell the most doesn't mean your the best.
McDonalds is the #1 restaurant.
Microsoft is the #1 software company.
GM is the #1 car company.
Walmart is the #1 retail store.
Are any of these the BEST. I think not.
They're the best at what they do.
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