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    Actually even the AFD is gd enuff if u can find one used.

    http://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/105af.htm
    Haha i was considering that as well. But just when i was gonna decided on it a AF-S version popped up at 890 bucks. I went ahead to get that and sold my AI-S at no loss. Pretty worth it IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn View Post
    Haha i was considering that as well. But just when i was gonna decided on it a AF-S version popped up at 890 bucks. I went ahead to get that and sold my AI-S at no loss. Pretty worth it IMO
    890??? damn good price! How was the condition of it? I couldn't take a closer look that day, as it was getting pretty dark...
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    890??? damn good price! How was the condition of it? I couldn't take a closer look that day, as it was getting pretty dark...
    Yeah thats y i instantly decided to buy it. No more warranty, but condition was superb. No visible dents/scratches or whatsoever. Looked it through a light and no visible dust/moss/fungi of any sorts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeezuinn View Post
    Older versions of nikkor micro lens reach a max of 1:2 ratio. You will require the PN-11 ext tube with the 105mm f2/f4 micro to reach 1:1. At 400+ bucks you can get a 2nd hand tammy 90mm which can already give 1:1 ratio
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    u might wan to read up abt reproduction ratio
    thank you all for the info, this will give me some useful keywords to look for.
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    Oh, sorry if I misled you into thinking about me going into macro, I am interested but not now... Just absorbing all the knowledge for the moment... Yes, I'll concentrate on the 70-200 instead. 10-24 plus 70-200 will give me plenty of landscaping moments as well, apart from the other genres.
    hur?? no lens to cover 24-70mm focal length?? or you don't need to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolthought View Post
    hur?? no lens to cover 24-70mm focal length?? or you don't need to?
    No need to... 60mm can do for the moment... I got the 28-80 if really desperate. Btw, I no longer care for the so-called "trinity" line up... Besides the 70-200 that is...
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    Bring up this dusty thread ..

    Have a question about the ND110 and LEE BIG stopper .

    I do not really like the magenta coming from the ND110 .. .., how does LEE big stopper performs ?

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    I think it's cooler. Saw it in a thread here somewhere.
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    I think it's cooler. Saw it in a thread here somewhere.
    Confirm plus chop, it's cooler... being reviewed in the latest Digital SLR magazine and every where else...
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    Quote Originally Posted by yilin View Post
    Bring up this dusty thread ..

    Have a question about the ND110 and LEE BIG stopper .

    I do not really like the magenta coming from the ND110 .. .., how does LEE big stopper performs ?
    I exchange my Hoya NDx400 (cooler tones) with your ND110
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    Yours 77 mm ? Can let me play with it coming sat ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    I exchange my Hoya NDx400 (cooler tones) with your ND110

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    Quote Originally Posted by kriegsketten View Post
    Confirm plus chop, it's cooler... being reviewed in the latest Digital SLR magazine and every where else...
    lawrence, i like nv see u use urs lidat leh.. frankly speaking, i haven been using mine either
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    I exchange my Hoya NDx400 (cooler tones) with your ND110
    wah bro, u got use anot ah after getting frm me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    lawrence, i like nv see u use urs lidat leh.. frankly speaking, i haven been using mine either
    Bro... after using the big stopper, I did not want to use the ND110 anymore... I like the cooler big stopper as it is easier to handle in PP. The yellowish tone from ND110 is hard to bring back. That is why I sold my ND110.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    wah bro, u got use anot ah after getting frm me?
    有啊。。。I keep using it what... Never notice meh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yilin View Post
    Yours 77 mm ? Can let me play with it coming sat ?
    Sure thing... we exchange filters that morning and try out
    Yes mine is 77mm
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Bro... after using the big stopper, I did not want to use the ND110 anymore... I like the cooler big stopper as it is easier to handle in PP. The yellowish tone from ND110 is hard to bring back. That is why I sold my ND110.
    Haaa.. On the contrary I prefer the warmer tones of ND110... Bt big stopper is gd in it's own way... Got to use it more often nw
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    有啊。。。I keep using it what... Never notice meh?
    Haaaa... Glad u do la.. Faster SSS cosco n BBB FX leh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Numnumball View Post
    Haaaa... Glad u do la.. Faster SSS cosco n BBB FX leh
    so notti...

    they just got awarded contract for $110m for a number of projects... see their price will go up or not...

    FX???
    D7000 cannot meh? I lurrrve hot pixels!
    btw, I saw DXO mark's test of the sensors... D7k dynamic range is >13EV, whereas D700 is about 12.5EV. D90 is on the low 12s.
    Wonder if that difference is noticeable or not.
    Bro, since you have both, what is your gut feeling?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZerocoolAstra View Post
    so notti...

    they just got awarded contract for $110m for a number of projects... see their price will go up or not...

    FX???
    D7000 cannot meh? I lurrrve hot pixels!
    btw, I saw DXO mark's test of the sensors... D7k dynamic range is >13EV, whereas D700 is about 12.5EV. D90 is on the low 12s.
    Wonder if that difference is noticeable or not.
    Bro, since you have both, what is your gut feeling?
    probably less pp to bring out objects from the dark shadows??
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