I finally made the big step to a full frame camera, the Nikon D750. And what an amazing decision that was!
You know you need a new camera when you reach the limits of your current one. I believed it was a time for a change since I could easily reach the limits of my D3200. It was a wise decision for me. So after a very very thorough research I decided to buy the Nikon D750. I knew I needed a full frame camera since nearly all the limitations I faced could be avoided with the big area of the 35mm sensor (compared to the APS-C type sensor of my former Nikon D3200). It was an expensive decision as well but It’s not something you buy everyday or even every 5 years. A good camera can easily last for 7-8 years (Nikon says 200.000 clicks for D750) and of course every money you spent on lenses are money spent for 20-25 years, people still use lenses that were made 30 years ago and in many cases 50-60 years ago!
With my new mean machine of course there was a need for better lenses. So I chose the following 3 for now and there will be another on to come in the future:
1. Nikon Nikkor 24-85mm 1:3.5-4.5 VR
2. Nikon Nikkor 50mm 1.8G
3. Tamron 70-300mm 1:4-5.6 VC USD SP
And here’s why I chose these lenses to pair with my new Nikon D750:
1. The Nikkor 24-85mm VR lens is an OK all around lens that you can keep with you when you need wide angles and a little bit of zoom
2. THE BEST LENS, the one I have on my camera most of the time. The Nikkor 50mm 1.8G lets in a lot of light when you need it and leaves an amazing bokeh! It makes everyday and street photography a little more beautiful
3. The Tamron is an excellent telephoto lens. Just look for reviews and see for youself! An amazing value for money telephoto lens
Enough for now. Take a look at the first images I took with my new Nikon D750 and the Nikkor 24-85mm lens