The "E-Series" thread

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Thanks William!
Here are some more. Since there is only one option for focal length in Data for non CPU lenses, I set 100mm for the 75-150. If wondering about the EXIF :)

Hagbard stones

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My 84 years old mom

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Lupines

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Rhododendron

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Thanks William!
Here are some more. Since there is only one option for focal length in Data for non CPU lenses, I set 100mm for the 75-150. If wondering about the EXIF :)

Hagbard stones

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My 84 years old mom

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Lupines

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Rhododendron

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Some beautiful shots Swen--love the last 3 in this series, particularly. :)
JT
 
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Your Loch-Vale series is wonderful CJ, starting with the first you posted. Wonderful to see what these little lenses can do with such spectacular scenery. Come to think of it, a few of these lenses paired with a Nikon 50 and a 1.4 Kenko telextender would make a spectacular hiking kit.
 
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Thanks JT! Here are some more E 75-150 f/3.5 from today.

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Thanks JT! Here are some more E 75-150 f/3.5 from today.

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Wow, these are beautiful Falkman! JT
Here's 1 with the E 50mm f/1.8:
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135 E / D800

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135 E / D800

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Excellent light & shot! jt
A couple with the 50mm f/1.8 E

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It's the third anniversary of this thread getting any love, so here is an image through the 50mm 1.8.
 
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Well, since I started the thread way back when, I guess it's appropriate to jump in and even more appropriate to get out my 50mm and 100mm and start using them more. They now reside in a prime set of lenses reaching from 18/3.5 to 200/4.0 that I use with my D600, but both the current 35mm and 135mm Nikons could easily be replace by E series based on the shots I see here. Thanks, guys, for some gorgeous shots and the renewal of the thread.
 
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Beautiful images!
Sven, lovely pic of your mom relaxing!
I too need to use my old lenses, thanks for the inspiration.
 
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Here is one from early in this year's Spring:

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