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Jan
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comment Why aren't photos from my Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 as sharp as I expect?
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Jan
29
comment Why aren't photos from my Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 as sharp as I expect?
I have both the 35mm and 50mm f/1.8. I shoot them wide open and get great results. But those are both fantastic lenses. I bought the Tokina because there wasn't a lot of fast, ultrawide DX options. In retrospect I should have gotten something else I think. I got it mainly for the f/2.8, but I think investing the money in a good flash would have been better.
Jan
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asked Why aren't photos from my Tokina 11-16mm f/2.8 as sharp as I expect?
Jan
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accepted How can I be sure a lens will autofocus on my Nikon D5000?
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accepted Why would a serious photographer buy a lens slower than f/2.8?
Dec
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accepted Why is my D5000 not saving pictures?
Dec
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answered Why is my D5000 not saving pictures?
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
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comment Sigma 150-500 for wildlife?
I thought about the 80-400, but at the end of the day it is about $400 more expensive (new, though a quick look at Amazon shows some used for as cheap as $800), less long end range, and only slightly faster. If 300mm is a long enough range that leaves me open to several cheaper options, some under $500, though I kind of think I'd like to have the 500mm, even if I rarely use it, just in case?
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Nov
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comment Sigma 150-500 for wildlife?
Yeah but some reviews have told me that the 150-500 is a little bit sharper, and I don't think I would need the extra range/weight/price of the 50-500.
Nov
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asked Sigma 150-500 for wildlife?
Nov
29
answered Is there a reason to keep both a 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G and a 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6G lens for my Nikon D5100?
Nov
19
revised Why would a serious photographer buy a lens slower than f/2.8?
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Nov
19
comment Why would a serious photographer buy a lens slower than f/2.8?
How much image quality are you sacrificing for that reduction in weight and cost?
Nov
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asked Why would a serious photographer buy a lens slower than f/2.8?
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asked Has anyone bought from BestPricePhoto.com?