this is why i like the 35f2

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so that in low light/higher iso -> i can grab my grandson with one hand and take his picture with the other and in spite of it all, still capture a decent image ..lol:smile:

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thanks Josh, Frede ...he's at that age where he's got ant's in his pants ..lol
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Shooting kids this age is definitely a challenge. You managed a wonderful shot here Nute.

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Shooting kids this age is definitely a challenge. You managed a wonderful shot here Nute.

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thanks Tom ..nothing a little speed won't handle ..lol
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Nute, love it...If I can get my 2-year old to sit still for 2 seconds I have really accomplished something...LOL...
thanks John ...2 seconds? that's monumental! lol:biggrin:
 
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ty Maurice, Don ..yup, even 2 year olds have their priorities...lol
 
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thanks Darrell ...u bet it helps...the recipe here was f2 A priority, auto iso with ss set to 125s. the light combo (d50 +35f2), the short focusing ability of the lens and the d50's handling of high iso files might make this the ultimate available light kids package ....;-))
 

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