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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77

    Can i know which is better ? im thinking 50 f1.4D f1.8G or f1.8D

    Btw just called TK, no stock for 28mm f1.8G
    Hmm. If wanna play with B&W for sure is 50mm f1.8D or non D better.

    If wanna get more rich & sharpness the only 50mm f1.8G is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533 View Post
    Hmm. If wanna play with B&W for sure is 50mm f1.8D or non D better.

    If wanna get more rich & sharpness the only 50mm f1.8G is better.
    why ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake

    why ?
    Hmm nothing why wow..

    All Those nikon lenses for me is good lens
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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533 View Post
    Hmm nothing why wow..

    All Those nikon lenses for me is good lens
    u said 'wanna play with B&W for sure is 50mm f1.8D or non D better'.

    so i ask u why are these 2 lenses better for B&W la.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake

    u said 'wanna play with B&W for sure is 50mm f1.8D or non D better'.

    so i ask u why are these 2 lenses better for B&W la.
    Oh I see, cause the Non D or D lenses is design for film base.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533 View Post
    Oh I see, cause the Non D or D lenses is design for film base.
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    ok.


    thanks for ur clarification. glad i learnt something new today.
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    i tot 50mm 1.8G convert to B+W will be better haahahahah just my 2cents .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesecake

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    ok.

    thanks for ur clarification. glad i learnt something new today.
    Wah thought I'm so free? I'm snake to reply here.
    If wanna more detail and buy all those lenses and testing at home.

    But in the time I will update some info on 50mm f1.4D, f1.8G & non D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77 View Post
    i tot 50mm 1.8G convert to B+W will be better haahahahah just my 2cents .....
    pls dun question the pro ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533 View Post
    Wah thought I'm so free? I'm snake to reply here.
    If wanna more detail and buy all those lenses and testing at home.

    But in the time I will update some info on 50mm f1.4D, f1.8G & non D.
    Comparison
    nope, no one assumed that u're free but since u started something like 'wanna play with B&W for sure is 50mm f1.8D or non D better', thought it is better to let u explain ur rationale to us all, given that some of us here are complete newbies, like me.


    so, there. thanks for ur clarification. it opened up a whole new world of infinite possibilities to me.

    it certainly opened up my eyes to see much more clearly with regards to seeking opinions on lenses and photography.
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    Ok here, since you like to know more info here.

    1. AF 50mm f1.8 non D, for the color is not rich enough and the sharpness also.
    If wanna play with B&W on film is just nice.
    If used on D70~D90 may have facing some error on Aperture ring problem.

    2. AF 50mm f1.4D for now is dunno yet.
    After getting tonight and update by other day.

    3. AFS 50mm f1.8G or 1.4G is design for recent FX sensor and suit your HD output in amount of detailed.

    That's what I playing now and collect some info here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533 View Post
    Ok here, since you like to know more info here.

    1. AF 50mm f1.8 non D, for the color is not rich enough and the sharpness also.
    If wanna play with B&W on film is just nice.
    If used on D70~D90 may have facing some error on Aperture ring problem.

    2. AF 50mm f1.4D for now is dunno yet.
    After getting tonight and update by other day.

    3. AFS 50mm f1.8G or 1.4G is design for recent FX sensor and suit your HD output in amount of detailed.

    That's what I playing now and collect some info here.
    wow. thanks.
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    I dont mean you are free ... we all working .. me also snake-ing to asking question here, just want to learn as much as i can

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie77 View Post
    I dont mean you are free ... we all working .. me also snake-ing to asking question here, just want to learn as much as i can
    me too. wahahahahahhahaha
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    Wah sei man, wanna give me 5 or not?
    Ha ha

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    I also snaking in to read...haha
    Thanks for sharing rain.

    Cheese Bro, in my DX days I like to shoot at 17mm. So 28mm f1.8g is good.

    For portrait, I like to include slightly more BG.details and use distortion to lengthen my model. Situation dependent also.
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    By the way, can we down size the RAW Res?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunas
    By the way, can we down size the RAW Res?
    Yes used 12bit or compression.
    Last edited by rain5533; 6th August 2012 at 06:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lunas
    I also snaking in to read...haha
    Thanks for sharing rain.

    Cheese Bro, in my DX days I like to shoot at 17mm. So 28mm f1.8g is good.

    For portrait, I like to include slightly more BG.details and use distortion to lengthen my model. Situation dependent also.
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