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  1. #11

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    The 85 f1.4 and 105 f2.5 are both legends. There's a reason.

    (The 85 f1.8 Nikkor is also a fine lens but not in their class.)
    "If your pictures aren't good enough,
    you're not close enough." -Robert Capa

  2. #12

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    "Actually, the original Nikkor 105 f/2.5, was designed in 1959, the same year that I was born. So I guess that makes me ancient too. I'm using the first edition 105, and love it.

    Kiron Kid"

    Don't feel so bad now - got 6 years on you though! But I agree - that f2.5 is a wonderful lens. I really can't articulate exactly what it is about it. I have the 105 f2.8 AF micro and it's great for some of the product work I do, but the f2.5 for portraiture is just the best.


    See you at the senior centre!!!!

    Bob
    "Why is there always a better way?"

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