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    Default nikon 28-300 on a D600

    I'm so pleased with the nikkor 28-300 lens

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    Its a nice sharp image, but it just bugs me a little. The composition is off with her too far to the left and the kids playing directly behind her.

    The boys covered in mud seems more interesting. Did you grab any of just them?
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    Thanks, I was mostly concerned with my new lens and how it works on my camera .I must say I'm very happy with a hand held shot at 300mm and cropped that much !! You can see from the screen shot it was along way off.

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    Ok, I see now what you are talking about. That is quite a crop and still no noise.
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    I agree with AT's critique and the fact that it's a fine lens (that I own and use often for its superb range in focal length)
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    Excellent results from that lens. Nice!
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