Wow beautiful.. what about 85/1.8GThis was at f/1.8 on a D700, iso 1000, 1/60th (I guess I have a pretty steady hand lol). I was waiting to shoot some fancy cakes for a friend and couldn't pass up the chance to snap this one of one of her many dogs (most of which are rescues, everything from this pitbull to 2 chihuahua's, they're all so friendly).
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Thanks!great shots Jon
I love mine too..
prefer it over the G version for the more neutral tones
Thank you. I've never tried the G, I mean if someone gave me one I'd give it a fair try, but the D has been so good to me I don't have any desire to change it up (if/when that time ever comes, I'd definitely take the time to try both the G and the Sigma version and then decide if I should get one of those or pick up another used D version).Wow beautiful.. what about 85/1.8G
Thank you. In my experience it performs equally as well on both bodies, but I personally prefer my D700 for people photos. I've been using the D700 for so long I know exactly how to get things the way I like it, with the D610 the colors are usually a little different so it takes a little more work to get it the way I like.Great shot Jon. Does it behave the same on both the D700 & D610 or is there anything worth mentioning. Thinking of getting both the D610 and 85 1.4D.
You're right Jakob.Klaus, those are all winners. Great subjects and the pictures show what a fantastic lens the the 85/1.4D really is.