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Steve C last won the day on February 16 2015

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  1. Thank you for posting this, I'm interested in a macro lens and this is, worth further reading.
  2. I can only echo others sentiments. Let the camera choose the iso values, s/speed and aperture are your main concern operations wise.
  3. If that were me I'd stick with the correct lens for the camera in use. FF or APSC, match the lens to the sensor.
  4. Are you totally unable to post without gratuitous hubris? In other words, put up or give it a, rest? Is this not an open debate to exchange thoughts?
  5. That's (or daz) all he ever does. Kvetching about other people's questions and offering nothing to the table, that right Gollum?
  6. I see this (snow scene) as an ideal scenario for an incident light meter. It never failed me when using slide film and it won't fail now. It's also less costly than throwin' hot cawfee al o'er the lens and saying "thazzdunnitgood", bro.
  7. Hmmmmm. https://www.lensrentals.com/blog/2018/02/mtf-tests-of-the-sony-fe-24-105mm-f4-oss/ Sigma is half the cost practically and not a great deal in it. Sony does have the edge as it were but I guess it depends on your composition and enlargement requirements.
  8. www.the135stf.net/samples3.html#galleries/new/MJF_20080308_3006.jpg
  9. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1393485-REG/sigma_105mm_f_1_4_dg_hsm.html
  10. 18 and 85. If you got the space then put the 55 in for good measure. I reckon that's the one you'd use the most but you did say lenses.
  11. I do,you cannot guarantee against accidents and a filter is cheaper and easier to replace than a front element. I'd add B & W to the choice mixture.
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