ZD 14-35mm blog review

Started Sep 15, 2009 | Discussions thread
Hawaii-geek
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Brandon Great Blog on 14-35 , Marc thank you for posting this

Brandon Great Blog on 14-35 ,
Being that I shoot portraits at 35 f2 , and have shot the D700 24-70 f2.8
I felt the e30 14-35 combo at f2 or f2.8 was sharper ... and I prefered it.

Curious, if you felt the same.

p.s. I thought your compaire was a great one.

IF, you have a 14-35 ... your flip to , would be a D700 24-70 f2.8 (my partner on many shoots uses D700 24-70 f2.8)

I stayed with the 14-35 f2 SWD (e30) ... with the hope of a GREAT 100mm f2 SWD with focus limit , and a e50 to come!
All I need is really clean iso1600 and f2 ... and I am good!

Marc thank you for posting this

  • I would have "never" found this blog without your Link and post.

Thank you,
HG

brandon eu wrote:

Hi all,

Greetings from Melbourne (this is my first post here).

Marc, thanks for directing some extra traffic to my site

Thanks for reading, and do leave some comments. Questions are also welcome.

Cheers.

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