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jpFoto Registered since 25th Jun 2010
Thu 29-Mar-12 10:24 PM | edited Thu 29-Mar-12 10:25 PM by jpFoto

I would have posted this in the Nikkor AutoFocus lens forum, but I don't think that it is of universal interest.

I am planning a trip to East Europe this summer and was going to take my D3s and a 70-200 VRII for the long end. Now that I have a D800, I was thinking that if I bought the new 24-120 f4 that I could travel a lot lighter. I don't think that I will need more than 200mm on the D3s, although I do have a TC 2.0 EII for the 70-200 that I would have packed up for the trip. I figure that I can get similar results cropping the D800 photos that would be the equivalent of about 300mm, give or take 50mm, on the D800.

What do you think?

jP


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