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    Hi Brian. I chose Sony because of the Zeiss lens collection.

    http://www.amazon.com/Sony-SAL-85F14.../dp/B000JE5CQO

    This is my favourite lens.


    I have a D3, but save that for best..( friends weddings and any occasional pro jobs that come about )

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    Hi

    I seem to have on most of the time my 24-70mm f2.8 G AF-S ED Lens but I do like my primes ,have been pondering about getting a 14-24mm f2.8 G AF-S ED Lens but would
    I get the use out of it ,any thoughts.
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    Brian. It really depends on what you are togging. For pet portraits or any portraits, a 1.4 aperture is a must. Makes great use of available light. For general use, you won't gain much on your wish list lens apart from a wider angle. Full frame cameras already have the advantage over crop sensors, so, my reccommendation would be a wider aperture lens.

    I use 1.2 - 2.8 all the time, but favour the wider end. The camera on the end of a lens really is much of a muchness, the fast glass creates the best bokeh and as you said, primes are so very addictive.

    For the layman reading this, for taking the best possible picture of your cavalier, the wider aperture is the lens of choice for inside shots...outside, pretty much anything goes.
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    Absolutely stunning pictures...love the one on the beach. Beautiful dogs. Lucy went to the beach yesterday for the very first time and loved it.

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    Great photos. Love the last one with the toy.
    Sabby
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    " My sunshine doesn't come from the skies, it comes from the love in my dogs eyes "

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    Fantastic pics....what lovely cavs
    Fudge 7yr old Blenheim

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    Beautiful photos! Makes me want to get a better camera so I can have gorgeous photos of my pup!

    Just lovely.
    Matilda
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    Beautiful photos of beautiful cavaliers.
    ..Life wouldn't be complete without a beautiful cavalier at your feet..
    xxxx Mummy to Murphy, aged 8. MVD wont stop my precious boy! xxxx
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