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    It might be breating, but it's not much, and half of it is very well hidden in the focus shift. The animated GIF works really well to show the breating though.
    The trick is to know what button to push when.
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    Since it looks better at 5.6 (and it's sharper here), how does it look at 2.8 and closer to the subject (sharper).
    The trick is to know what button to push when.
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    Thanks for the tests Evin. Is this the AI or AF-D?
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    I like the zoomify. But I do think it would be nice to have a full rez to look at. But you don't have to for every singal one I think.
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    Thanks for the tests Evin. Is this the AI or AF-D?
    Actually it's both. I did side by side tets and found no significantt diffrence between them. As long as you get the post 1973 AI (Multicoating added) or newer you are getting a great lens. I did the infiity test with the AI and the others with the AF because the D2x is a better focus puller than I am.
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    Thanks Evin, I appreciate the effort and it is great fun to see the results.
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    Evin, thanks.
    "There is no point in having sharp images when you've fuzzy ideas."
    Jean-Luc Godard.

    Dynamic range is, after all, the measurement between well saturation (photosite blowout) and noise floor.
    Thom Hogan
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    I'm surely seconding Poi and Sanjin.

    Evin, since you posted your opinion on the Nikkor zoom 17-35mm breathless properties, can you add a similar test from yours? It would be much appreciate, that's for sure! Thanks in advance!
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    But what is the focal length of a 17-35 on the RED ONE??? ;)




    [nobody answer that, please]
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    Bad boy! :)

    Anyway, it goes:

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    I'm kidding!...
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