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    Single lens

    Itís festival time.

    And rather then worrying about changing lenses and faffing about. Iím takin my D810 + 50mm 1.4mm which will give a small and light weight package (for a DSLR). I wonít have to worry about the battery running down (unlike my Olympus m 4/3).

    Also at FX FOV will be like the human eye though I could use the DX crop mode to give effective x1.5 magnification.

    Super at low light performance and quite shutter should make it unobtrusive.

    Should be fun!

    Martyn.

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    The best zoom lens is your feet - have fun

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    Just got to love the English countryside:


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    Took these in Shropshire on my iPhone last weekend. Obviously post processed. Not too bad considering that I forgot to take my SLR but in the end I was actually glad I travelled light. A fair bit of climbing involved, especially at Cardinal Valley.




    My Brother in law with his SLR











    Thanks

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    I only ever use a 35mm prime on my D600. Have been slowly selling all my other glass as it doesn't get used!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watchfreek View Post
    Took these in Shropshire on my iPhone last weekend. Obviously post processed. Not too bad considering that I forgot to take my SLR but in the end I was actually glad I travelled light. A fair bit of climbing involved, especially at Cardinal Valley.




    My Brother in law with his SLR











    Thanks

    Kapish


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    Great for posting on blogs and web pages - probably 90% of the time. Nice pictures.

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