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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 10:13 am 
Hello. I can empathise with you. Essentially the problem you describe is pretty much what most photographers feel when they hit full-frame - they don't have much need for that mid-range zoom. Quite a lot of professionals just neglect that range and have a fast wide zoom (17-35, 20-35 2.8) and then a fast short tele (70-200, 80-200 2.8) and to cover the in-between a 50mm prime. With the 50 all you need do is walk a few steps to adjust the framing as needed.

I for one follow the above. But the DX format will most likely stay alongside FX because it won't become the default for cost reasons unless manufacturing FX-sized sensors becomes less dear.


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Ok Scott. So you want to know what I'm using mostly as I'm in the same situation as you: D300 + 18-200 and looking with one eye for future-proofing my lens-invest towards a high res FX-body. To that end I've been playing around with:
- 10-20 DX
- 10.5 fisheye DX
- 12-24 DX+FX
- 14-24/2.8 FX
- 35/2.0 FX
- 50/1.4 FX
- 70-200/2.8 FX
- 80-400 FX
- 100-300/4.0 FX
- 105/2.8 micro FX
- 120-400 FX
- 150/2.8 micro FX
- 180/2.8 FX
- 200-500 FX
- 300/4.0 FX
- 400/5.6 FX
- 500/8.0 FX
Weeeeell: That I don't own all of those lenses is due to a combination of (a) less than stellar performance (b) not the right combination of reach/aperture/size/weight (c) lack of money.
If I'd design a lens collection now for a DX-body with an eye on a possible future FX-body I'd recommend the following:
- 14-24/2.8: the absolute wide-angle killer lens. Wide enough on a DX-body, absolutely incredible on a FX-body
- 35/2.0: petite normal lens on a DX, nice sharp landscape on a FX, magnification of 1:4
- 85/1.8: petite light tele on a DX, sharp, very good dof control, superb portrait on a FX
- 150/2.8: sharp, sharper, sharpest + 1:1 macro, nice bright tele on both DX and FX
- the new Nikon AF-S 80-400 VR as a walk about tele-zoom to cover everything that is further away from you than you can walk :wink:

Now you may say: "What, no 24-70 or 50/1.x?"! I'm currently selling my 50/1.4 and keeping my 35/2.0 as I almost never use the 50mm lens any more. In that range you normal can zoom be foot or you can crop from the super sharp results of the 35mm lens plus neither the 24-70 nor the 50/1.x can close-up, which is very important for my nature photography.

A compromise could be to get the 105/2.8 VR micro and skip the 85/1.8 and the 150/2.8 micro. But the fun thing about the 85/1.8 is its price and that it's so smalish you can easily drop it in the pocket of your coat/jacket.

Another combo would be 14-24 + 50 + 80-400... or 17-35* + 70-300...

As to dust: with a D300 you get rid of that easily.

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* if you want this lens as new, hurry up: I've heard it's been discontinued (or at least close to).

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 26, 2008 11:41 am 
24-70 lenses are typically great as all around lenses.

it's a common "wedding lens"

for you however, i'd recommend an ultrawide angle lens- since i notice that alot of your architectural shots can definitely benefit for this.


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Thanks for everyone's comments - interesting reading indeed.

I think I'm still fixated on the 70-200mm and the 14-24mm second on the list.

The AF-S 50mm might well end up being a stocking filler to curb the frustration of not being able to afford either of the above straight away though! :D

Thanks again
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If you're aiming at the 70-200 first, why not get the 35/2.0?
It gives you more focal-length spread from the 70-200 than the 50mm and is better for "light" architecture and mild landscape on a FX-body.
On the other hand the 50 is a good complement for the 14-24mm. But still I don't see it my future. It's just too "stuck in the middle" for me :?

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True, the 35mm definitely gets great reviews. I think though it would be hard to justify as the 18-200 does a good job and I intend relying on it to fill any gaps in my range until my lens collection is complete (except I imagine its never complete......... :D )

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