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Discussion in 'Nature' started by Phocal, Mar 12, 2015.
Some cracking shot there!! Thanks for posting.
Beautiful pictures and thank you for them because now I will give up buying 40-150 PRO and remain on 50-200 which is quite excellent in image quality, 40-150 PRO is 4-5 times more expensive than 50-200 non-swd and is not that much better - for tone 40-150 PRO I can buy 12-60, 50-200, ec-14, Sigma 150 Macro and 45 f/1.8, it's like the whole system or one excelent lens
Did we lose the "nominate for feature" button? Because this post needs to be bumped to top page.
Great set, and great explanations. Makes me want to think about about that setup for action!
Superb, love the photos as well as the subjects...
Nice photo set! Thanks and good proof the quality on the 50-200mm is very good. I also think 33% is pretty darn good for first time out AND doing action like this.
The one of the Boston terrier looks oh so sad lol. I used to have one of those dogs and every book will tell you that they don't like water and will stay away. I don't think dogs read books tho because mine practically lived on my boat and would jump off into the water every chance he got lol! He loved the water!
Stellar work, my friend. They need to hire you as the official photographer of the event. Yesterday. You got the goods!
loved them all. that was terrific to look through. Nice work.
Don't overlook the 40-150 f4-5.6. For the unbelievable prices at which you can get one, especially used or refurb, it is a great lens. Outdoors it has performed great for me. I'm sure the
Pro is better, but you have light, fast, and great IQ covered if you add the little guy to the 50-200. Then you can save money to put towards that 300mm. The Pro can then be the long term upgrade if you decide you need it.
Great photos! Also appreciate you posting your experiences
great shots and good news for me as I have the 50-200 swd and an e-m1arrives next week.
Would the 50-200 SWD work well on something like the GX7, or is the GX7 missing the phase detect?
Great shots. Love watching dock diving dogs - they look they have so much fun.
Very nice photos, great clarity. My #2 dog would be great at this, but there is little water and no docks around me.