The 28-105 is an awesome FF travel lens.
In a limited sense, yes.
Fine photography has been done with a pinhole camera.
Thanks to you and all.
This with the 85 f1.8 AFD:
This was shot with the 135 f2.8 AI:
I picked these up just before the shutdowns and haven't had the chance to play with them much.
This was shot with the 180 f2.8 AFD:
Yes you do, although I've had those for awhile.
With a 16 on a FF at f4 everything from about 40 inches to Alpha Centauro is in focus.
From L to R:
- NIKKOR 180 f2.8 AF-D. Was asking $350. Solid 9 of 10 condition.
- NIKKOR 135 f2.8 AI MF. Was asking $150. Solid 8.5 of 10...
If you use a DX body, the ROKINON 8mm F3.5 is a great sleeper.
Thanks and thanks.
Taken at the Lutheran church in downtown Dayton.
Built in 1839 and a beautiful piece of architecture.
I'm not a member, but have...
I've always thought that it, ignoring the ground floor, looked like something out of !938 Berlin or Saddam's Iraq.
It was built in 1940...
It's the AT&T building just south of the river and west of Main ... this might help you find it.
Taken day before yesterday in overcast weather, street level, downtown Dayton, approx 8:30 AM EST, about 55 degrees F and windy, NIKKON D7200,...
I use a 10-20 AFP on a 7200 without issue.
A more expensive lens isn’t always “better” so much as it is faster, or a lower numerical maximum f stop.
Faster glass is more expensive and...
NIKKOR 10-20 AF-P.
15-30 film equivalent on a DX body.
Extremely sharp, inexpensive and lightweight.
It’s kind of funny, but it even has VR for...
Yes and no.
First it’s a 300 MM school equivalent.
Second it’s light enough, small enough and fast enough to be easily hand held and maneuvered....
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