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Question about two about two (almost the same) lenses
So, I'm getting a bit more into photography using my mums old Nikon FG (SLR). She has two lenses with almost the same specs but I can't figure out what the difference is.
They're both 52mm prime lenses, with F2.8-22 (does that even exist on Digital lenses?)
They're both Sigma lenses and they both have a Hakuba mark on them (whatever that may mean...). One is a bit bigger and has 'macro' written on it. Obviously the most logical thing would be that it's a macro lens, but how does that work? As in, why is it different than the other 'normal' lens?
pretty much. sometimes macro lenses aren't sharp or have other problems when you try to shoot them at infinity.
I have a macro that's stupid sharp and pretty for close ups, but it takes horrible pictures of landscapes or anything else.
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