The Metropolitan Museum of Art - weekend visit

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Few pictures taken at MMOA this weekend. Well spend time and great place to photograph.

I used D70 w/ rented 17-55 f/2.8. I really enjoyed that combo. Fast and sharp IMO.

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WOW Jay, that's (arguably) the best museum in the world. Your first six photos are perfect. But that fourth one down, with the man on the bench - what a juxtaposition! I love it! You make a strong argument for the 17-55 as a museum lens. What ISO did you find you could get away with?
 
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Chris101 said:
You make a strong argument for the 17-55 as a museum lens.
I was really impressed with this lens. It is bulky but at the same time it balanced D70 well. I'm definitely considering this lens as my all-around lens.

What ISO did you find you could get away with?
800 ISO was used in couple darker spots but throughout the visit I used 320-500.
 
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