4802 - A First Church in Chioggia III


Now that I think of it, I still have used the 12-40/2.8 in Chioggia. These times I rarely use it, and neither do I use the 40-150/2.8. The 12-100/4 has replaced them almost completely.

Yes, sometimes the higher magnification at the long end would be welcome, and in a few cases the faster aperture might be of advantage, but in practice it hardly makes a difference. Weight beats them all ๐Ÿ˜›


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Ted Byrne   (2019-12-26)

โ€œWeight beats them all!โ€ ???? This seems to be a meaning of life Andreas. Love itโ€™s efficient profundity :->

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