need the dal 35mm 2.4 or da 40mm xs


woodykong

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can anyone tel me where can I buy the lens today??ady call manly n slrr oso alan photo..they r out of stock
 

woodykong

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can I have the numbers pls..reali need it today pls help
 

gummy73

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Orient Photo-+65-63391035
MS colour-64576380


Bro can google...;)
 

woodykong

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bcoz I very rush..juz cal op 40 xs $330 anyway thx bros
 

woodykong

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do u all suggest me to buy 40xs compare to dal35?I need to make decision nw
 

doyle

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Maybe u need to relax and think why are u buy it for. Why are u buying these for? We cannot help u unless u tell us what u are shoot with it. Both are very good lenses
 

woodykong

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I use to shoot portrait..bt 40xs nt wide angle..35 stil r..nw going op to test
 

norishimu

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Any1 knws whr i can get e lens cap fr 40xs? Lost mine today.
 

woodykong

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omg dunno which pentaxian here juz bought the last piece..$319 I feel sad
 

stuck

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Why the rush? There'll always be new stock... Anyways I agree with gummy - get the FA35 f2 from pinholecam if you have the spare cash. It's one hell of a lens! It's stuck on my k5 90% of the time now when I'm not shooting landscapes!
 

woodykong

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bt out of my budget ady..bcoz I'm going for travel
 

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TS, personally between the two, I'd get the 40XS if for portraits, though a FA50/1.4 is far better.
A bit further working distance.
Indoor usage for portraits, both are good.
The 35mm is a bit more versatile, but really close.

It really boils down preference between the two.


Thanks for helping to bring up the lens that I have for sale....
Hmm.... I swear I listed it as "Lens" but it now listed as 'flash'??
 

cubicon

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me also thinking btw 35 or 40 .... faster lenses or pancake .... :D
OP nex week stock then come, went late afternoon just now ...

pancake .... yummy ...
 

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simon6z

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LOL thanks bro ....

While the TS is trouble with which to buy ..... I am now trouble with which to sell or trade .... I kind of Xe bu de when I put up the post for the DA 35mm f2.4 ....

Still considering now ....
same and I take either 16-45(someone sold off at 200 and I missed!) or 17-50
 

hellfire88

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i will suggest the 40mm. personally deciding between this 2 as well since both are cheap and good plus both can be used on film cameras. have you seen pinholecam samples from the 40mm? good IQ plus the ultra thin size is a hands down winner for me.
 

woodykong

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yesterday the young guy from newstead at nex told me tat sigma 30/1.4 $400 smtg...I feel confuse nw..n I nvr test 3 of the lens...
 

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