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    The one that works for the job at hand, and this varies by job....

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    110 & 180 almost equally, then 72 and finally, 90.

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    it all depends (anything between 65mm and 370mm works for me ... )

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    It depends on the application. Everything from 90 to 305...Probably the 210 first followed by the 120 followed by the 305 and last the 90.

    I rarely use normal focal length lenses.
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    I use 110 the most followed bt 210 probably for 65% of what I do. Occasionally I will use 150 or 300. I recently got a 450 Fuji that I am using more and more, I like the compression of space it renders.

    Richard Wasserman

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    usually 135mm, sometimes 150mm -- I often use the same for 8x10 -- I just love to mismatch!

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    Probably the 110mm SS XL
    That is my next lens purchase. .... drool. But, probably not for another couple of months; just can't swing it yet....
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    With me, it seems to be 210, 135 and 360, in that order. I use wide angle (17 mm, 24 mm) a lot with 35 mm, never seem to with 4x5.

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    90, 150, 240, 360. And some 180, 135, 121, 210, 500...
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    Quote Originally Posted by roteague
    Probably my Schneider 135mm 5.6, . . . . . . . .

    Interesting choice . . . I find I am using my Schneider 135mm f5.6 most of the time. Use to be 150mm when I had my Toyo a few years ago. A 75mm and a 180mm are on my current wish list.

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