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f1.4 versus f1.2

 
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Sep 28, 2006 16:40 |  #16

cdi-ink.com wrote in post #2048854 (external link)
Unless, of course, you're already at the limit and absolutely desperate for light....

...or Dante.

and also if you Don't want to be forced into a higher ISO:)! On top of that it gives you even more control over DOF and although most people don't like it that shallow it is an option other lenses don't provide. If you want prestige then you would buy CZ or Leica:)


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Sep 28, 2006 16:45 |  #17

incendy wrote in post #2050265 (external link)
If you want prestige then you would buy CZ or Leica:)

No doubt. "Canon" doesnt exactly conjure up any butterflies in my own stomach...


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Sep 28, 2006 18:37 |  #18

cdi-ink.com wrote in post #2050292 (external link)
No doubt. "Canon" doesnt exactly conjure up any butterflies in my own stomach...

Ok then, how about this:
http://www.dpreview.co​m/articles/leicam8/ (external link) ;)


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Sep 28, 2006 19:35 |  #19

I think the big difference is going to be in the color and contrast department, not the 1/3 stop.



  
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