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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Der Baum ist geschmückt, alle Vorbereitungen getroffen, die Kinder sind entsprechend ungeduldig. Allen Lesern, Bekannten und Freunden wünschen wir auch auf diesem Weg ein beschauliches Weihnachtsfest und Alles Gute für 2013!

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  1. Merry Christmas! ? Spectacular
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  2. Merry Christmas!nice pic! just a question…for a start, wich one is better for d5200: 35mm or 18-55m? for all uses…portret, macro, indoor and outdor! thx

  3. Merry Christmas![http://www.flickr.com/photos/91766693@N04]
    18-55 is better for beginners. 35mm is more expensive and it is for professionals.

  4. Merry Christmas!Got it already the 18-55, next one I think it s gone be the 50mm one! Thx for the advice!

  5. Merry Christmas![http://www.flickr.com/photos/7965181@N04]

    Not sure I’d agree…

    Granted, the 18-55 is a good all purpose lens, but it excels in nothing. The 35mm 1.8 is about the cheapest APS-C lens you can buy, and at f1.8 it is quite fast and will allow you to do lots of things the 18-55 can’t do.

    _I_’m using the 35mm and 50mm 1.8 exclusively – sure, there are some wide shots I can’t take, but I’d rather make sure the ones I end up taking are as good as they can be.

  6. Merry Christmas![http://www.flickr.com/photos/koehntopp] i second that! fixed lens always deliver better results, much better depth of field, a lot easier to meter and the product itself tends to be more robust and stable.

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