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Discussion in 'Nature' started by roundball, May 21, 2015.
Get out of my food
Wow, so sharp and such nice detail and those colors...
IMO, Canon's "L" version of the FDn 300/4.0 is worth its weight in gold.
And while not officially an "L" version...the FDn 400/4.5 is right there with it, having the same low dispersion glass for most of it's elements as the 300"L"...both internal focus...and both seem to do very well on the NEX-7.
( just imagine what they might do in the hands of a real experienced photographer, LOL )
I dunno roundball, your results seem to keep getting better and better!
Guess that's easy when the only place I have to go is up