umphotography wrote in post #18826470
If you have no intention of going R mounts...this is a great great lens to have in the bag. I was beyond impressed. I would choose it over my 85 art
In the end, R mounts and bodies are going to take over so Im not doing a thing until next release
Question ... do you think your customers for the average size they print, would notice much difference between this 105mm and say the best 85mm, 135mm or 200 end of the 70-200mm?
Another thought .. if a new 135mm was released, and at least close to the quality of this 105's image look, would you go for the 105 or the 135 ?
I saw Jared Polin's review of the Sigma vs. Nikon 105mm lenses. It raised a question that may matter more to Nikon owners. I shoot Canon and noticed the EOS R greatly improved using the 85mm 1.2 mk ii. Whereas Polin said the Sigma seemed to focus better than the Nikon 105 for him, I was curious if the Z7 Nikon mirrorless may equalize the Nikon lens compared to the Sigma. Because the Nikon 105mm is a much more manageable size to fit into a bag..