scepticswe wrote in post #9827063
Thanks! Yes, I´ve actually thought about exactly that switch from Nikkor to Canon. The amount of money being "much less" for the Canon than the Nikkor is unfortunately not quite true here in Sweden; the Canon costs around 550 USD (equivalent) and the market for MF glass is not quite as big here as in the US...
That's too bad. I bet you could get $500-600 in the US for that Nikkor. Maybe it could be listed internationally and you could ship to the UK or USA?
Well it seems you are getting great results already, so no big deal either way. I find with lenses faster than f2.8, I can't tell what is in focus in the viewfinder very well, but you can easily see it with liveview - especially if you do the 5x zoom to fine tune focus on the eyes. I'd try using liveview when using the manual lenses and you might get better keeper rates.