What is a fluoride element? Weight savings?
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Umm... That's it really.
regarding shooting weddings with any gear, I disagree and so does judge joe brown
(i know i've posted this before but its just so funny) I like the nat geo cartoon too RL
My dream solution would be TS 35, TS 50, TS 85 or 90.
I use the entire TS lineup, but would love to have something in between normal and 24mm.
The gap is pretty large right now.
35mm is a great focal length, and obviously very popular. I'd think it might sell well?
I shoot interiors and architecture btw.
i usually only use single point focus.
This isn't a question I'm paticularly interested in, but I am intrigued by the articles that say that a new "entry level" FF camera is potentially "better" than camera legendary for its IQ- the 5D MkII. Thoughts?
And yes, I know that better is kinda an open-ended, question, but I meant for it to be that way.
B+H photo says the sensor is 24 x 36mm (full frame)