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    135mm Symmar for scenics
    210mm Geronar for people.

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    127/4.7 Ektar and 203/7.7 Kodak Anastigmat (uncoated ektar).
    160/6.3 Rodenstock Doppel Anastigmat Eurynar

    and a whole bunch of barrel lenses from 90mm to a 14" Wolly tele.

    Most of the time I use the 127/4.7 Ektar, particularly for hand held shots.
    Rick Jason.
    "I'm still developing"

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    My vision goes through cycles - right now I'm seeing "wider" and using the 90mm a bit more than the 210mm. But that wasn't the case three months ago, and the situation is likely to reverse again in a few weeks.

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    Depending on what camera I'm using, I probably use 168 Dagor/150 Xenar/135 Symmar the most for landscapes, followed by 90, 75, 180/210, 360, 65, and 55.

    For handheld use I usually use the 135/3.5 Planar, but I'll use the 210 with flash.

    For still life, I tend toward the 180 Caltar II-N.

    Portraits--180, 210, or 11.5" Verito.
    flickr--http://www.flickr.com/photos/davidagoldfarb/
    Photography (not as up to date as the flickr site)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com/photo
    Academic (Slavic and Comparative Literature)--http://www.davidagoldfarb.com

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    135 and 180mm (for 4x5)

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    150, followed by 90, 210, 300 and sometimes the 65. On my 8x10 I use the 210 more often than the 300 (only have those two right now - both of them Fuji and shared with the 4x5 system through lensboard adapters - Wehman to Canham)

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    I use my Fujinon 90mmSW the most, followed by the 72mm Schnieder Super Angulon XL, my 150mm Fujinon, 210 Schnieder APO Synmar, and my "new" 300 mm Dr. Optics 300 Germinar. I want to replace the 90mm Fujinon with a Schneider 90mm Super Angulon XL in the near future. The fujinon is very very sharp, but a little bit dark at times.

    I just won a never used Doctor Optics 180mm Tessar, looking forward to see what it can do.

    Gary

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    portraits: 210
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    nature when i can't reach the subject 400 tele

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    203mm Ektar.

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    135mm Nikkor and 203mm Ektar.
    "Fundamentally I think we need to rediscover a non-ironic world"
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