Rarely I write a game review unless it was really good and the Dishonored series for me was more than just good, it was absolutely fantastic!
As promised, here is a review for a set of lens I’ve owned since 2011.
I didn’t buy them in one go mind you, it all started like all things when I had some spare cash from a recent an oversea business trip and decided to reward myself with something nice.
Always been a suckered for Carl Zeiss – the brand of lens that supposedly took magically photos when used, enchanting everything it was used on with its grace and elegance. I had never own any Zeiss prior to this and decided to pick up a focal length I would used often.
I know this is an odd camera to be reviewing about since it is an old camera but not old enough that it isn’t still being made by Nikon.
Although word has it that it will be discontinued by the end of 2018.
I won’t be discussing about the image quality since that has more to do with the skill, film and lenses. All the body does is make taking photos possible.
With the death of my previous tripod it had indeed served me well (when used with 35mm SLRs) but it was certainly showing its age especially when handling gear heavier than an average SLR/DSLR.
The ball head was not able to support anything heavy for long or it couldn’t with accuracy as the ball head tend to creep especially at odd angles.