Are you really trying to say that you can only shoot stationary objects with the 85L, or you are just trying to pick up another fight? Can't you get out of your boxy thinking at least once
I made a humorous comment. Did you notice the
? Let me try again:
Sure...if the ponderous AF of the 85L can keep up with the movement.
I hope that helps make it a little more obvious to you.
It wasn't intended as the start of a debate (I've even shot a moving subject or two with the 85L), much less a fight, but you took it that way, suddenly I'm accused of making pointless comments (or were you accusing yourself?), writing nonsense, and 'boxy thinking', and there are example pictures to 'prove' whatever, etc.
My apologies - I'm sorry I replied to your post, especially with humor. It's a mistake I'll try to not repeat. From now on, I'll do my best to not reply to your posts at all, lest I be accused of who knows what, next time. One caveat - I'll still possibly reply to correct your factual errors (like the difference between f/1.2 and f/2 is >1 stop, I notice you ignored that part of my reply). I certainly won't respond with humor, I now know that will be misunderstood.
FYI, the not responding starts now. Have a nice day or night, depending on where you are in the world.