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« From The Keppler Files: March, 1995 | Main | Image stabilization here today, gone tomorrow? »

April 04, 2007

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Christoph Hammann

What Mr. Keppler couldn't foresee is that a few decades later a niche would open for traditionally-styled (sometimes even traditionally calculated) manual focus prime lenses for DSLRs. Case in point: Cosinas "Zeiss ZF" line, Nikon's and Pentaxes pancake lenses.

Michelle Knight

I'd rather have the choice myself. AF that I can call on when I want it, manual when I don't. Some of my favourite lenses (of the very few I own) are manual and I love them. Love to use them ... I feel like more of the picture is of me. Probably sounds completely daft, but there it is.

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