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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes

    Do u think the push pull version is better for the hem 2 version is better??
    Haaa bro, I don't have the lens to compare, so cannot comment. Will wait for the senior cam-pert to advise u... Heee

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    haha.. i was looking at the push pull version too.. but donno leh.. the lens is very very old le wor..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng
    haha.. i was looking at the push pull version too.. but donno leh.. the lens is very very old le wor..
    Oldies but goodies lar... Just don't have the AFS and VR... Need to have steady hand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by N-user

    Oldies but goodies lar... Just don't have the AFS and VR... Need to have steady hand...
    I believe there is one selling at 750 dollars in BnS now. Haha. The afd 80-200 I mean.
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    haha.. focus wise.. donno will off or not leh..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng
    haha.. focus wise.. donno will off or not leh..
    What u mean? Oh btw ts, the afd 80-200 is a AF-D lens, means the is no BIM so it can't auto focus on models like the d5100 and below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    What u mean? Oh btw ts, the afd 80-200 is a AF-D lens, means the is no BIM so it can't auto focus on models like the d5100 and below.
    i know its af-d.. what i mean is that when focusing on like d7000 all these.. i donno if it would still be accurate or not.. since its already so old..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng
    i know its af-d.. what i mean is that when focusing on like d7000 all these.. i donno if it would still be accurate or not.. since its already so old..
    It's slower than the newer models but it's good enough for you currently. Don't worry about the AF speed, don't think you can tell the diff anyway

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    A sample for you.... sorry for the lousy skill.


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    Another one.... sorry again for the lousy skill...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgdevilzz View Post
    It's slower than the newer models but it's good enough for you currently. Don't worry about the AF speed, don't think you can tell the diff anyway
    i mean i am worry bout front/back focus..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng

    i mean i am worry bout front/back focus..
    Why worry? D7k has AF fine tuning.
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    if you need extra reach but don't need VR, can try to get a cheapo 70-300mm (non-VR). the picture below taken by this lens:

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    Quote Originally Posted by dc01572
    if you need extra reach but don't need VR, can try to get a cheapo 70-300mm (non-VR). the picture below taken by this lens:
    Hmmm the bird is abit oof
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    Why worry? D7k has AF fine tuning.
    haha.. oh ya.. forgot bout that..
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    Quote Originally Posted by dc01572 View Post
    if you need extra reach but don't need VR, can try to get a cheapo 70-300mm (non-VR). the picture below taken by this lens:
    ohoh.. but 300 no vr hand held not easy sia.. lols..
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng

    ohoh.. but 300 no vr hand held not easy sia.. lols..
    True that. But the focus seems more on the branch. Anyway it is also another lens to consider la haha
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    ya lo.. still thinking lo.. haix
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyOng
    ya lo.. still thinking lo.. haix
    Haah dun need to cracker head over such things la. Go to sleep Li. Thn the first lens to come to ur head just buy la. Haha. To summarise

    Nikon 70-200 (out of league)

    Sigma 70-200 OS (expensive) 1.5k grey set

    Sigma 70-200 HSM II ( can consider) 1k grey set

    Tamron 70-200 (excellent optics. Lousy micro motor AF system)

    Nikon afs 70-300 vr ( ideal choice, ~$800)

    Nikon AF 70-300 (cheapest option)

    Hope u can sleep well tonight hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fudgecakes View Post
    Haah dun need to cracker head over such things la. Go to sleep Li. Thn the first lens to come to ur head just buy la. Haha. To summarise

    Nikon 70-200 (out of league)

    Sigma 70-200 OS (expensive) 1.5k grey set

    Sigma 70-200 HSM II ( can consider) 1k grey set

    Tamron 70-200 (excellent optics. Lousy micro motor AF system)

    Nikon afs 70-300 vr ( ideal choice, ~$800)

    Nikon AF 70-300 (cheapest option)

    Hope u can sleep well tonight hahaha
    haha.. let say if looking at 70-300.. are sigma/tamron ones any good?
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