Nikon made a 300/2 for the Mamiya 645 system, so a 135/2 should be easy.Hmmm, all at f2.8 (bar 2, one at f2 !!!). Seems the guy doesn't realise that medium format doesn't do f2.8 for long lenses, let alone zooms. Seems to be a kid writing a wish list.
Rare, big, heavy, very expensive are words that spring to mind if they do exist !!
Me either!! I just *love* my D3 and don't see anything else that I could need for a few generations to come.
[CUT]if we're basing a discussion on Italian information...
Could you please argument more about this concept? I do not clearly see what you want to point out and, moreover, as "italian", I'm curious to understand the significance behind statements made in that manner.
Thanks in advance and excuse my really really bad english.
P.S. My excuses to all the members/mods here for this OT.
No, you just buy a longer lens if you can't get closer to your subject. It's not complicated; just expensive.I had to chuckle at this one!
Just wait until Emilie is out there playing soccer and you don't have enough reach with your lenses. You go home and try to get some tight crops only to find that you just don't have enough pixel density in your D3.
You are going to lust after the D3X at that point or perhaps want to pick up a gently used D300. This is just what I'm wrestling with now.
Joe, you do know that the US Constitution can be amended... or just ignored, right? :wink: There are plenty of examples of both.I think she makes a fair point about the Italian press if, in fact, they speculated that Arnold was running for governor to someday be the US President.
Even a tiny bit of research would have revealed one of the requirements to be US president is being born in the US. :biggrin:
That level of journalistic fact checking doesn't make for the most reliable news.