Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway

Nidelva river through Trondheim Norway
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Exposure, well, if you're using green-box Auto, that's a risk you take, but if you're spot metering, as well as spot AF, chances could be you didn't aim where you thought you aimed. The lack of IS could be another issue, if you were used to having it on the 18-135. Increasing your shutter speed to at least 1/focal_length is a given, and you may want to ...


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If you buy a $1,200 lens expecting it to instantly improve your photographs by a factor of six over your $200 kit lens you're going to be severely disappointed every time. It is the photographer that takes pictures, not lenses. A better lens will only allow a photographer to take a better picture if the photographer's experience and skill level can take ...


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I can guess at two things that might be causing you to see less IQ with the new lens. 1) The widest aperture on your kit lens was 3.5, and you are not quite used to shooting at 2.8. The wider 2.8 aperture will definitely give you a "softer" look with the narrower depth of field. 2) The kit lens had IS and the new 24-70 MkII does not. Without seeing some ...



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