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rollsman44

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Opinion: GFX 50 Lens 45, 65 or 32-64
« on: June 14, 2018, 12:06:10 AM »

  I want to get back to GFX 50 and 1 lens for now. Which 1 lens can allow me to to group shots( max10 people) and portraits.
   I know the 32-64 can but my concern is the weight and don't want to get out of focus shots due to the weight that can cause me to move.  I shoot mainly Hand held but would use a tripod for the portraits,   Thank you
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Jim Kasson

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Re: Opinion: GFX 50 Lens 45, 65 or 32-64
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2018, 12:12:46 AM »

  I want to get back to GFX 50 and 1 lens for now. Which 1 lens can allow me to to group shots( max10 people) and portraits.
   I know the 32-64 can but my concern is the weight and don't want to get out of focus shots due to the weight that can cause me to move.  I shoot mainly Hand held but would use a tripod for the portraits,   Thank you

If you're concerned about the weight, why not get the 45? If you're doing 10 people in small rooms, the 63 might not let you back up far enough. The 45 would not be my first choice for one-person portraits, though.

I don't have any problem handholding the 32-64, but it is undeniably heavy. I don't see why the weight would cause shots to be OOF.

The 110/2 is a great portrait lens, but it is heavy, too.

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Re: Opinion: GFX 50 Lens 45, 65 or 32-64
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2018, 07:30:29 AM »

  Thank you Jim. I needed your input to convince me to look for a 32-64 lens and that will cover all I need in one lens, Thanks again and appreciated.
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