Nikon 24 mm f/1.4G ED AF-S   Display thumbnails in square format

Colorado National Monument
Colorado National Monument
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cat near pizza
cat near pizza
Frangipani
Frangipani
Cast in Stone
Cast in Stone
Pinnacle
Pinnacle
Narita Airport interior panorama
Narita Airport interior panorama
4449 Steam Engine drive train
4449 Steam Engine drive train
Sadhu Babas of Allahabad
Sadhu Babas of Allahabad

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Greece
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Comments by: UNITED STATES torralba - 09-16-14 2:46 PM  
Photographer: UKRAINE yuriylux
Yuri,

Thanks for making my day
Comments by: NORWAY walter2 - 09-15-14 11:29 PM  
Photographer: UKRAINE yuriylux
Hi Yuriylux!
Thank you very much for your answer regarding the 70-200mm f/2.8 versus 70-200mm f/4 VR.
Your answer is what I expected. I am also looking to buy the 70-200mm f/4 VR because of the same argument that you have written here. The f/2.8 is just too heavy to lug around all day and almost twice as expensive here in Norway.

Thank you, Yuriylux!!
Best regrads from Norway,
Walter

Comments by: GREECE chriseeo - 09-15-14 9:37 PM  
Photographer: SWEDEN ronny olsson
A very nice flower. Good shot, lovely color and detail.
Comments by: UNITED STATES qbert - 09-15-14 5:30 AM  
Photographer: NETHERLANDS paqart
Very nice, really like the concept and the warm tone.
Maybe a little rotation / vertical correction?
Comments by: UKRAINE yuriylux - 09-15-14 12:05 AM  
Photographer: UKRAINE yuriylux
Hello Walter! Thank you very much for Your lovely comments! You ask about telesurf Nikon AF 80-200/2.8ED and Nikon AF-S 70-200mm f/4G. Nothing is perfect - all the compromises. Nikon AF 80-200/2.8ED gives beautiful colors and a very beautiful picture, but heavy, has no stabilization and ring toggle autofocus and manual focus constantly breaks down (not a good design). Nikon AF-S 70-200mm f/4G - less aperture (aperture 4),but quite sufficient. Sharpness across the field a beautiful, well-kept backlight. The lens is very light, does not need a tripod and it works great image stabilization,affordable price. After a long use of the hands do not get tired. The difference in the aperture of 2.8 and 4.0 in practice invisible when I need to create beautiful portraits I use a Nikon AF-S 85/1 .4G. Nikon AF-S 70-200mm f/4G is the perfect lens for street photography. Considering all these, I put it in the first place, but everyone chooses for themselves individually.

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