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f4-fan:
Here are my first steps with the D850 and the Zeiss Milvus 35mm f/1.4 ...
I changed from Canon 5D MK 3

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Bl. 1.4, 1/80s, ISO 280

Erik Lund:
Welcome ;) Enjoy!
Nice start up series! I see your not afraid of high ISO - Well balanced - First shot really the favorite

Frank Fremerey:
you obviously enjoy your new tools.

Welcome to Nikongear!!!

pluton:
Welcome to NG.net.  That lens has a high reputation.  Your shots show it nicely.  Dog shot is my favorite.

f4-fan:

--- Quote from: Frank Fremerey on January 09, 2020, 22:27:59 ---you obviously enjoy your new tools.

Welcome to Nikongear!!!

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Yes - for me it was the right decision, because I like low-light photography and the D850 Sensor is much better than the sensor from the 5D MK3; my only regret was the lost of the Canon 85mm f/1.2; the Nikon Alternative for Portraiture (105mm f/1.4 ist so expensive...)  ???

At the moment my main-question ist: How to minimize 'Micro-camera-shakes' with my handheld shots (I mostly shoot handheld and my first experiences seem to show, that - without IS/VR) I need for the 35mm at least 1/160 sec (handheld); for a 105mm I would need at least 1/500 sec.... etc.

Tipps for this problem?

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