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wish it were full frame lens, though I think it is almost perfect lens , small, light, sharp and fast ...............I carry this every where I go when I take my Nikon out with me. when I go out with my Canon I will take my EFS60f2.8 or 85 f1.8............ When I take both I will go with this lens on my D90 and 85f1.8USM on my 50D. or AFS16-85VR on my D300 and EF135f2L on my 50D. any way, this is my most used lens and really love it. I also have the AF35f2D and my copy is quite good, very sharp at center , at coners not as sharp as this new G version but at least it works on my dad's D700 so I kept it in case Nikon D400 will disappoint me and force me to get the 700. I want to stay with DX, though I am quite sure Nikon will cripple DXXX series or even discontinue and force all of us to go full frame if we dislike D90 successor or want more camera than that. And Nikon is not alone doing this , Canon and Sony also doing the same thing , see there is no D400 coming, nor is the A700 successor , and the 60D will be really crippled compared to the 50D....................... If the rumored Nikon DXXX that said to be annnounced in Aug is the D400 , I will re-think about this but if it is the D300s , I am sure I am right on this Nikon will not release the real D300 successor but just the D300 with video and SD slot, I dont need that.......... it is sad. I may get the Sony A700 as my insurance cause I do really hate the idea getting full frame like my dad's 5D and D700 , on these bodies , I need a much longer lens than my EF300f4LIS or AFS300f4 and these long lenses are out of my reach.......... And I dont like full frame lenses cause most of these lenses are re-named film lenses from 1980th..............and I chose all my Nikon lenses for DX , the AFS16-85VR , Tamron17-50f2.8, AFS10-24DX, AFS35f1.8G, AFS50f1.4G(not DX but I use it for low light mid tele lens on my D300 and I dont want it to be a short normal lens) ,AF105f2DC, AFS70-200f2.8VR and 300f4................ But if I move to D700, I 'd have to get the AF135DC ,14-24 or 17-35f2.8, AF85f1.4D, 200f2VR, 400f2.8VR.............that is super expensive and I can't afford that unless I sell my car for the AFS400f2.8G , then how can I carry it out with me? Hope , I dont have to go full frame and stay one of these 3 DX body producers as long as I can...........I think the Sony A700 will not replaced until next year as Sony will need to develop a new sensor for it , and so , the D400 will not be out until early April or May next year , this means , the rumored DXXX model will be the D300s........... This is so bad , then I may move to Sony since all Nikon's future DX models will be designed based around Sony DX sesnors..............and this means Sony will always know its sensors better than Nikon and will eventually surpass Nikon in high ISO NR tech. I played with a A700 many times , comparing it to my D300 and D90, I found out that the D300 has better signal processing program in camera but the sensors are the same or very similar according to RAW practitiner program ,which I used to analyize their unique RAW files. I also get really impressed with Sony SSS super-steady-shot, Nikon and Canon force us to buy VR-IS lenses all the time and since lenses are used longer than bodies , so we will get our VR-IS sytem upgraded less often compared to Sony and Oly guys. If I go Sony , my Tamron 17-50f2.8 will be stabilized , my old Minolta AF28f2.8 will be stabilized, so will be my Sigma 70-200f2.8HSM and 10-20EX.......................I only buy 3 Sony lenses , the 70-300SSM G, SAL50f1.4 and Sony Sal 35f1.4G. If I think logically about this , Sony will be the cheapest system. If Nikon and Canon disapponits me in Aug announcement , I will get a Sony A700 with Tamron. Other wise , I will get the Nikon AF135f2DC or Canon EF35f1.4L again.
The Long Goodbye
The Long Goodbye
What's this? This, in retrospect, turned out to be the very last shot I took with my beloved Pentax K-7. After much rumination, I decided to let go of my Pentax DSLR sytem. I put almost everything I have for the system up for sale last night, and most of them are gone, including the K-7 and the legendary FA 31mm F1.8 Limited lens. The reason is multi-layered. One was financial. I have spent less and less time on economic activities as I near the completion of my dissertation, which added to our household deficit (this hobby of mine has not had an impact, though it may be hard to believe :-). That led me to reevaluate my arsenal, and I found that I'm spending more and more time with film and less and less with digital. To the point that it started to make little sense to own and maintain two, full-blown DSLR systems. One had to go. Finally, when comparing my 5D Mk II to the K-7, it wasn't so much so that the 5D was a better camera than the K-7––the K-7 has its strengths, built-in IS, its compact size & weight, sensor-based composition adjust, to name but a few––as it was the fact that I *need* the 5D to mount many of my other treasures, like the four Zuiko lenses, two Nikkors, and one Nikon F mount Hartblei Superrotator. Add to that the fullframe sensor, better high-ISO performance (which will compensate for the lack of built-in IS in many cases), and 1080P video, there was no way that I could let go of the 5D. Thus it is only with the process of elimination that I had to choose to let go of the K-7. I have a soft spot in my heart for the Pentax DSLR system. The K200D was what got me into photography exactly two years ago. If it weren't for it, the K20D that soon replaced it, some of the first Pentax lenses I got for it like the 10-17 fisheye and the FA31, and the various M42 lenses I got to mount on it, I don't think I would've gotten *so* into photography. The Pentax DSLR system taught me the joy and creativity of the photographic process. I am by no means becoming a Canon fanboy (lol). To this day, I've never bought a single Canon lens (not to mention an L lens), and I have no immediate plans to do so––not until I can afford that TS-E 17mm F4L :-D. And I am by no means quit being a Pentaxian. I have my 67II (currently in repair), and I just picked up a P645 for a song. I don't think I'll come back to Pentax digital––at least, not their APS-C system. If Pentax releases an FF flagship, which I highly doubt, I might have to reconsider (though having let go of the FA31 is gonna hurt). If they release a mirrorless body, following micro-4/3, Sony NEX, and the rumored Nikon EVIL camera, then I will definitely consider, depending on the flange focal distance and sensor size, of course. But the most likely scenario is that a few years down the line, when I can afford it, I would make the 645D (or 645DII) my first digital medium format camera. So, until then, So long, and thanks for all the bokeh.

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