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    90mm f8 sa vs 75mm f8 sa

    Hi all I already have the 90 I was wondering if there was enough difference in FL to also have the 75 or should I wait for a 65. I can get the 75 for a pretty good deal seems like the later one. Black barrel in copal shutter. Thanks for any feedback

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    I've had all three, and I think they're pretty different focal lengths. I use the 90 more than 75, and 75 more than 65.
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    For interiors I would prefer the 75, even got a 58XL to it. So yes, the 75 will be a valued addition.

    Peter

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    Any discussion is really pretty pointless without knowing the application. Consult the tables giving the angle of view for each of the focal lengths. Then do a little geometry to figure if that angle of view will accommodate what you want to photograph. There's your answer.
    Frank Schifano

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    I use all three as well. They are all great tools.
    When I grow up, I want to be a photographer.

    http://www.walterpcalahan.com/Photography/index.html



 

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