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    Default Lense for birds in Singapore

    Hi All
    I am visiting Singapore and Malaysia for a few days - in 2 days.
    I will be visiting the well talked about bird location in Singapore.
    I will also be going to Langakawi(eagle photos) for a day trip.
    I will be carrying a 7D and would like to know if the 70-200(and probably extenders, if necessary) be sufficient as it appears the birds are not too far away most times.
    The other option is the 100-400.
    Any information will be highly appreciated including any location that most likely yield some good opportunity for photographs.
    Thank in advance.
    Krish

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    Default Re: Lense for birds in Singapore

    70-200 will be too short for most of the birding locations. The 100-400 will be the much better bet.

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    100-400mm would be good.
    have you consider 150-600mm?

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    Default Re: Lense for birds in Singapore

    Thanks for the info guys.
    The 100-400 will have to do then.
    My 600 will have to wait for when it is a birding only trip.

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