Nikon Manual Focus Glass - Part III

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A lovely lens which never cease to deliver. And quite light and compact as well.
These are beautiful images, JT! The detail in the in focus area is excellent.
Agreed on the lens Bart. You do not miss much: indeed, because of the focal length and aperture, only the subject and immediate areas are in focus. Best! jt
 
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1 w the Nikon E-Series 75-150 3.5 @ wide open:

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Beautifully captured reflections, JT!
A peaceful look.
Tx Bart--the lens is amazingly good (at least on the D700)--and very inexpensive. Was hoping to start up another group of participators here, but not looking good. Best, jt
 
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I haven't been around for a while. Life's been getting in the way. But I'm starting to get the photographic itch again. I picked up a (practically) new Df and a couple more K lenses: 135 f/2.8 and 35 f/1.4. Not much to post yet, but maybe soon...
 
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I haven't been around for a while. Life's been getting in the way. But I'm starting to get the photographic itch again. I picked up a (practically) new Df and a couple more K lenses: 135 f/2.8 and 35 f/1.4. Not much to post yet, but maybe soon...
Hey BC looking forward to some of your work. Best jt
 

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