Nikon 24-70 mm f/2.8G ED AF-S N   Display thumbnails in square format

Good Friends
Good Friends
Shadows On The Wall - Evening Sun
Shadows On The Wall - Evening Sun
Lantern On The Wall
Lantern On The Wall
Ducati girl
Ducati girl
Ducati girl
Ducati girl
Ducati girl
Ducati girl
An evolving landscape
An evolving landscape
Photo: 34008
Photo: 34008
A boy and his Nikon
A boy and his Nikon
Photo: 33943
Photo: 33943
Viking-Village Evening Sun
Viking-Village Evening Sun
Photo: 33727
Photo: 33727

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Maine #4
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Snow In The Fishing Harbo
Squaw Valley, NV

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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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