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Old 09-02-2015   #41
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Thanks, that's with the Nikon 85 f1.4 AiS, wide open, . . .
A dream lens, never have owned one of those. Someday I hope.
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I own the Nikkor-H and Ai versions of the 85mm f/2. My preference is the Nikkor-H but I still use both..
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It's a beautiful shot Robert. I was just joking over how loud those motorized cameras from the 70's can be. Of course, sometimes my M8 can give them a run for their money :P
Thanks for the compliment.
The add-on drives on the cameras from that era were loud. I've got motors on my F, F2, F3, FA, FM-2 and FG and they're all noisy.
One of my other favorite shots came about because as I shot a short burst, the subject heard it and looked at me as she and her mother walked by:
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A dream lens, never have owned one of those. Someday I hope.
There is one for the total bargain price of $400 in the classifieds.
http://rangefinderforum.com/photopos...?product=48000
No connection to the seller, juts a great lens at an incredible price.

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