Latest Review Comments

Latest comments, thoughts and reaction to our recently reviewed Photographic Equipment, including the Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro Review.

shoestring
ive used sony f828 for last two years and am looking at an slr now, this does appeal to me as I have to photograph my sons wedding inrhodes this august but can make up my mind between the S5 pro or the cannon EOS 5 I know its anoth grand or so but is it any better??
help

ed

Made by shoestring on 26 Apr 2007 4:10PM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

Duncan_E
My reasoning is that I've used both cameras and that if the landscape has challenging conditions it's normally coming from the sky, in which case you use ND grads to control it. That leaves the better resolution and fine detail of the D200 as the camera to pick.

Made by Duncan_E on 26 Apr 2007 3:52PM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

riprap007
suprised at the preference for the D200 for landscapes, (especially as many landscapes are shot in challenging lighting conditions) otherwise I think this is spot on

Made by riprap007 on 26 Apr 2007 1:29PM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

johntisbury
If you are thinking of going with a photographic holiday then these are the people to go with. I've been going twice a year for about 5 years now and love the area and John and Gail's hospitality and welcome. Don't hesitate, book it, I don't think you'll regret it.

Made by johntisbury on 23 Apr 2007 7:27PM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

jgdfotog
When I compare the picture of the door taken with this lens, it is tack sharp. All of the other lenses seem to have a double image along the edge of the type. Is this lens that much better or did they not use a tripod with every lens?
Jim

Made by jgdfotog on 21 Apr 2007 6:02AM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

BertieP
Have had this lens for quite a while; upgraded from its predecessor because of the improved handling. Not much to choose optically. Well worth adding the extension tubes for serious magnification and works beautifully with the MR14X flash.

Made by BertieP on 20 Apr 2007 7:03AM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

TheShipsMast
Well, I am about to purchase this lens, and I cant wait (and I am also obtaining it from Ian Kerr! and again its not my 1st purchase from him!). Although more by accident than design, as I was after a 17-85 which he had and noticed this one for sale too, so I bought both! Should be here next week hopefully Smile

Made by TheShipsMast on 19 Apr 2007 9:22PM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

chesh
I too have owned this lens for a couple of years and it has performed brilliantly. Sharpness is as good as my old Tamron SP90mm which was famed for it's sharp results. Another thing that it does is produce very nice Bokeh which is a good thing when shooting simple flower studys with shallow depth of field.
A fine and versatile lens that I wouldn't want to be without.
Dave

Made by chesh on 19 Apr 2007 10:01AM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

SueTurner
have had this lens for nearly 2 years now - cant fault it at all - perfect for macro and perfect for portraits.

Can be scary looking through the lens at BUGS !! so be warned. LOL

Sue

Made by SueTurner on 17 Apr 2007 11:35AM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply

rosie42
Me too. :o)

Made by rosie42 on 15 Apr 2007 11:26PM, join in and reply to this comment!  Reply