Yes, I have looked now and have surprised: it seems …

ЭТО – КОММЕНТАРИЙ К СТАТЬЕ: My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?, оставленный читателем (нажмите на ссылку, чтобы почитать саму статью) Apis Krasnoyarskiy.

Yes, I have looked now and have surprised: it seems that Sony steps on the same rake as Nikon – indeed, there are not enough fast zoom for APS-C. And in fact, at f/2.8 – none, and this – in the presence of very decent bodyes: Sony A77, until recently, and a very serious new Sony A6500. And they are developing their line of full-format mirrorless – with a clear aim at the pros. I’m not against the full frame, I really like the Nikon D750.

For some reason, Sigma managed to make Sigma AF 18-35mm f/1.8, and the “grandees” do not want. But for today, the truth is, the situation develops when the requirements for the full frame have significantly dropped with the appearance of ISO APS-C sensors (Micro 4/3 is not yet reaching, and it’s a pity, very interesting form factor), there is a tendency to miniaturization, especially in plan to reduce the weight of bodies and lenses), and with miniature and, accordingly, light lenses – tension.

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My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?
Can you tell more in detail about this plug-in for $ 29? Among the most popular for PS and LR I did not find anything similar.


My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?
And if I use 10 mm on wide angle lens for my Nikon D5200? In fact it will be practically equivalent to yours 14mm on a full frame?


My friend used to shoot on the full-frame Nikon D800 and now he starts to use the Fujifilm X-T2. What is the result?
Why you did not please direct use Nik Collection in Lightroom? I personally also put Portraiture in there…