The "E-Series" thread

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I've just recently purchased a Nikon N2020 35mm film camera and love it paired with the older 105 2.8 (non-VR), but was thinking the 28mm series E would pair well with it, too. I think landscapes with that combo would be great, but maybe I should just save my pennies and get the AF 24 or 28 that could split time with that camera and my DSLR....

Stupid NAS.....
 
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Thanks guys! The only issue with the 75-150 (except holding it steady) is vignetting, not so much in the corners, more like each side getting a bit darker. Seen it on bright backgrounds mostly.

Very nice photos Colorado. One of many places I like to visit in the states.
 
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Time to resurface this great thread-----with the 50mm f/1.8

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E 75-150 at f/4

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E 75-150 at f/4

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Very nice shots.I really like the selective focus and bokeh. The 75-150mm is terrific lens. I should get out and use mine a lot more.
 
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Thanks Art! The bokeh is soft and nice. If you nail the focus it is pretty sharp too. Sometimes I think it is to light comared to its size. Difficult to hold steady. Also the zoom/focus ring on my example moves a tad to easy. When fully zoomed to 150 mm, using f/3.5, there is not much to play with. To get an object in focus I move my head back and forth, when hand held.
 
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Nice showing off with that excellent lens!

JT
 

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