Nikon's most affordable 'Subject Isolation' lenses are?

Started Apr 25, 2021 | Discussions thread
Van Griff Senior Member • Posts: 1,851
Re: 135 DC!!!
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GarysInSoCal wrote:

Van Griff wrote:

Thanks for the props!!!

Love my 135DC . . . might be my fave lens . . . great field of view . . . and exquisite bokeh . . . in an all metal package and comfortable size . . . and you get to get creative with the DC if so inclined!

Would work great with all those great model shoots you do!

Best

V G

Kudos back at ya... and yes... an exquisite bokeh lens no doubt. An excellent condition version of this lens is somewhat hard to find at anything close to a reasonable price... but I'll keep searchin.

Another shot with the 105 Nanocoat F1.4... it's Alexis... and the background?... gonesville!

Ahhhh . . . the 105 1.4 . . . should be on everyone's wish list . . . exquisite . . . fab capture at f/2!!! . . . melting bokeh . . . doesn't get much better than this!!!

Thanks for the kudos . . . and I hope you find a 135DC you like as well!!!

Best,

V G

 Van Griff's gear list:Van Griff's gear list
Nikon D700 Nikon D7000 Nikon D810 Nikon AF-S Nikkor 17-35mm f/2.8D ED-IF Nikon AF Nikkor 105mm f/2D DC +35 more
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