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    Re: Nikon travel the world kit

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    I'm not sure that my thoughts are significant. A lens expert told me that when these lenses from the film days are shot wide open, a purple fringe will appear on the captured image, due to the different coatings used. I haven't noticed this. What I have noticed is that the lens takes good pictures, although I'm not up to speed on computer processing yet.
    Lens experts say many things. They are mostly correct, but often irrelevant. Thank you for your feedback. I might give it a shot
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    Re: Nikon travel the world kit

    Not travelling around the world but next month to California, Arizona etc. I think I take the H5D50 with the 35-90mm, the 100mm and maybe the 1.7 Converter for the "slow work". For walking around I let the D4 at home and bought a new D-750 and take the 14-24, 24-70, 70-200 and a 50mm with me. Maybe to much but... Now I have to look for a small tripod for all. Maybe a Siriu. Any advice? Thanks, rem
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    Re: Nikon travel the world kit

    I noticed everyone left the Nikon 24-70 out of the bag.
    Last one I had seemed OK on a D3X. Not stunning, but a usable range.

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    Re: Nikon travel the world kit

    Compact and light weight would be my requirement and the Df with 40/2 Voigtländer mounted, the 28/2.8 ais and either the 105/2.5 ais or 85/1.8D would be in the bag. If a 24/1.8 G was released it would replace the 28 ais.

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