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Fantastic Ron.
This old lens is a gem and outperforms many newer competitors.

Kind regards
Klaus
Thanks Klaus. Yes, I'm still fond of this one too, even if you have to be a bit careful with it sometimes. Whenever I think "Should I try mirrorless again?" I remember that I won't be able to use this or my other D lenses, including its little brother, the 105, and that puts quite a brake on things.
 

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Thanks Klaus. Yes, I'm still fond of this one too, even if you have to be a bit careful with it sometimes. Whenever I think "Should I try mirrorless again?" I remember that I won't be able to use this or my other D lenses, including its little brother, the 105, and that puts quite a brake on things.
Well Ron.
I spent decades to collect my equipment and I'm still satisfied with the results I'm getting.
I got the chance to compare the 85mm D to the 85mm G. G is faster in AF, but I like the result of the D more.

I stay DSLR - there's no reason for me to have always the newest equipment.

Kind regards
Klaus
 

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