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Old 12-17-2011   #1
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Is Something Wrong Here?

I can't quite put my finger on it. Maybe more then one problem too . . .

Just wrong, wrong wrong . . .
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Old 12-17-2011   #2
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Dear filmtwit,
What in the world are you talking about?
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Old 12-17-2011   #3
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Some people like Nikon glass, but Canon bodies apparently.
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Old 12-17-2011   #4
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What in the world are you talking about?
Nikon lens, Canon camera. Nikon and Canon fanboys are so rabid and nutty that this would make most of them foam at the mouth.
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Your focus ring turns the wrong way! That would drive me bonkers.
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Ohh dear, now you have done it - that is pure bravery. Quite a few people would find this to be sacrilege. On a personal note, I would like to know how well it works?
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No problem at all, just no auto-aperture and really slow shooting if u stop down alot
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For the life of me I cant figure out why there would be a problem with a lens on a camera.............
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Old 12-17-2011   #9
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What's that on the grip, a face?
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still can't seem to put my finger on it
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The problem is the 85/2... showing the same kind of taste which uses an A2 (no ECF, 5 crummy points, atrocious A-TTL and a notoriously crappy control dial). You have to use either a 105/2.5 or an 85/1.4 and an EOS 3 as a minimum. There are no other Nikon short teles in the universe .
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Do you mean more like this?


Because this doesn't compute either? Or it just me?
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How do you find that adaptor? I have the cheap Fotodiox adaptor, I believe it's the same one you have pictured, for my 5D and Nikon 50/1.4S Pre-AI and it's very loose.
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Something still not right here . . .

keytarj - only feels lose with the 105 f2.8, the 85mm/20mm/28mm have been fine with this one.
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