Are you a nerdy photog? “Return of The Grey Solid Palm Panther” would be another one of those in-camera multiple exposures, packed by the Nikon D3s coupled with a magnificent MF Micro Nikkor 200mm f/4 @ f8 – freshly produced frame; rough 2some. Sometime soon, as promised earlier, I will share a review of this lens with you. It might sport some chromatic aberration here and there, but how much of a problem is it really? Does it require certain shooting conditions for it to occur? Does “modern” lenses solve the task any better? Being all old and everything, early 80`s thing, is the lens of any optical worth? Now, in used condition it might be to have for a bargain, so let`s just say for starters; if you ever stumble across this lens cheap, please don`t hold your horses if you have the means to aquire it. I`d rate it an 8/10 in “optical terms” – [when the Nikkor Lens Reviews will be shared I will explain the rating system] – but look at the ratings in “shooting experience” for diversity, an exploding 10/10; this comes close to being a lens of a life-time. I love it all the way! Ok, enough funny english typing. I won`t hold you up any longer (for today). Oh, the news.. all have your wallets ready already? @ “HCpA” we`re working overtime; loads of books being lined up for you at the moment. Ex-citing?
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