The only drawback of the 200f2 is the weight..with a 1DX it's a beast..
Eh.... The price?
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Higher mag than the native lens - up to 7x with the 1.4x TC and 10x with the 2x TC.I've never owned a tilt-shift lens but did you mind explaining how the magnification increases that much rather than just 1.4 or 2x?
Higher mag than the native lens - up to 7x with the 1.4x TC and 10x with the 2x TC.
Gör det. Sen kan du lägga upp bilderna på en Nikon-site för folk här lär inte vara alltför intresserade.
if now 4 different sites has shown that this lens is nothing else that a great / exceptional lens, why do you people question these measurements?
do you really think the Canon 35/1,4 and the at double price is better? regarding resolution and bokeh?
I think is the reverse.Sigma has done a exceptional lens. And I will test it as soon there are a nikon sigma out there and together with d800 and 36Mp
It hasn't dropped focus yet in any way that wasn't my fault. I'm not used to a DOF this thinJust got this lens, and I can tell you that on my copy it's razor sharp, and the AF is really good. The lens keeps up well with the AI servo on my 7D
+ 1000 I hope:) I bought mine yesterday. Getting it in January when I return from Christmas holidays @ my in-laws
Just got this lens, and I can tell you that on my copy it's razor sharp, and the AF is really good. The lens keeps up well with the AI servo on my 7D
I bought the colorchecker. The graycard is quite small. Does this matter (if something else with different colors accodentally slips into the frame) ?
I've tried that a lot myself, appreantly (at least with the 1dx) you only need to fill the spot-metering circle with the grey area. However, I always try to include as much as I can without shadowing the greycard. Kind of hard with 24mm to get a lot in the frame. But it made very little difference with the 5d2, it always came out right.
And yeah, I too get the blues (lol) to blue...