Nikon f2 Lenses
- Nikon's DL premium compact trio are all about their lenses
- The ultra wide angle 18-50-mm (equivalent) F1.8-F2.8 lens on the Nikon DL18-50 makes it well suited to shooting landscapes and architecture.
- WalesOnline's award-winning photographer Rob Browne explains his winning shots
- The light in the hall was poor and I was using a 70-200mm lens so a steady hand was needed. To help make up for the low light I increased my ISO rating to 1250. My shutter was set at 1/125 and aperture f2.
- Sigma reveals another couple of lenses you're probably going to want
- That's the perfect focal range for portrait photography on a full frame camera, and more-or-less the equivalent of the staple 70-200mm f2.8 on an APS-C camera (75-150mm on Nikon and 80-160mm on Canon), a nice range for sports where you can get ...
- Samsung's Gear 360 camera looks like an eyeball and shoots 360-degree video
- Each of the opposing f2.0 lenses has an extremely wide 195-degree field of view, and the resulting 15 degrees of overlap helps the software stitch the two images together.
- Upgrade your firmware from home with Tamron's two new fast primes
- The 90mm lens will be available for Canon and Nikon mounts in March for $650, which is just a little more than the older model. That converts to roughly ... Updates to the SP 90mm f2.
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