oh... Wow! 105VR

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Borrowing a 105VR for a week.

This could cause serious damage to the wallet.

These are unaltered. just resized.

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:biggrin: I also have a 70-180 micro and 200 micro in my kit. Just waiting for the Nor'Easter to blow over and warm weather to come back so I can start planting flowers and bulbs! Woo hoo!! Come on Spring (for real this time, no teasing, my macro lenses are going into remission)!!
 
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I love mine.

PS, next up is the R1C1 flash. Works wonderful with that lens.

Or R1 if you have the built in flash.
The 105 VR is on his way to me if everything goes well.

And did you said R1C1????

.........Oh my! I think I'll just be getting the SU-800 to combo with the 105 VR :redface:
 
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Dood....you might as well just accept it. Once you give it back...the images will haunt you. Like this one:

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105mm VR, D200 and several strobes.

I had gotten one in a trade a while back...but then the trader wanted to nullify the deal. I loved the 105mm so much that I bought one shortly after that. I love mine! So much so, that my Sigma 150mm is on the market.
 
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