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Comparison of different telephoto lenses on different Mp size bodies

 
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Oct 31, 2016 16:40 |  #46

This isn't quite what you trying to learn but it's from a similar quest. A few years ago I got a very good deal on a D7100 & thought that it with 300 mm might have more left after cropping than my 1D4 at 400 mm. The primary idea was to reduce the load I shoot with at the R/C events. The Nikon was shot using their 28-300 which I would have need as my flight lens so that's the lens I used in the tests even though I had their 70-300 VR G which was a sharp copy. When the 7D2 came out I sold off the Nikon gear because it didn't meet my needs. There just wasn't a good enough superzoom for the nikon to replace my 28-300 L IS on the flight line nor a xx-400 to match my 100-400 L IS. I can say that the 100-400 didn't see any use this year after getting the Sigma 150-600 C which has proven itself to be up to my needs even though it's a bit on the heavy side.

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Oct 31, 2016 17:21 |  #47

IQ may not be best, but if you want stupid amounts of reach, the samyang 650-1300 may be the one to look at. needs lots of light but gets you darn close to anything.


Sony A7siii/A7iii/ZV-1 - FE 24/1.4 - SY 24/2.8 - FE 35/2.8 - FE 50/1.8 - FE 85/1.8 - F 600/5.6 - CZ 100-300 - Tamron 17-28/2.8 - 28-75/2.8 - 28-200 RXD
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