The Lens That Delivers The Goods

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OP ProDude Senior Member • Posts: 2,127
Re: The Lens That Delivers The Goods
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johncal wrote:

As a real Estate photographer, I'm surprised that you would be happy with a 28mm focal length. I use a 14mm for commercial interiors which are generally much larger and find that to be even too tight at times. The only time I consider using 28mm or more is when I go to exterior work. For portraiture work I think your lens choice is perfect, and that is a super lens so don't get me wrong but I think I'd definitely want a wider lens as my next choice for the real estate. Your R5 is definitely the Ferrari of cameras

Please do keep in mind I'm building my lens selection at this time. I've already invested in the RF24-70 f2.8L IS USM and a RF24-240 for fun with a RF100-500 on it's way. I do plan on acquiring the RF15-35 f2.8L IS USM at some point in the next year. Quite frankly though more often than not 24mm does the job for me. I do feel the advantage of having a 15-35 could make for easier shooting in tight conditions for sure. Looking at the future I can certainly see a RF85mm f1.2L IS in my bag.

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