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PostPosted: Wed Aug 29, 2007 9:49 am 
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Hi folks,

I have just posted the thread Mamiya ZD digital back, 22 MP vs. Canon 5D in the "Other cameras and lenses" forum.

Very much an aspirational camera but there are some beautiful examples of what a medium format 22MP sensor can do for portrait work towards the end of the review linked to in that thread.

Now, if only I had a camera like that I could take portrait shots that good. Oh well, perhaps not. :(

Bob.

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Bob, just get yourself a 50mm f1.2 or 85mm f1.2 and you'll be doing killer portraits!


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Bob, you can easily take killer portraits with your current lenses, they're the best of the best, just zoom in and aperature open.


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