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    Quote Originally Posted by tunster
    I feel like getting a 10-22 or 10-20 for portrait. Think most of the people won't appreciate that. Haai.
    Not quite.. if you know how to use the 10mm well... portraits could be very flattering..

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    Quote Originally Posted by espn
    50, 85, 70-200, 135, 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 1200 also can.
    still got 8, 10,12,14,17,20,

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    omg.. gonna get the BBB virus soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyfoo
    Not quite.. if you know how to use the 10mm well... portraits could be very flattering..
    Boss.. when can teach me??

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    Quote Originally Posted by marklim
    ok thanks guys.

    btw, pardon my ignorance, whats the difference between 50mm 1.8 and 50mm 1.8 II?

    judging by the photos in the link, 50mm 1.8 II looks *old* and the 50mm 1.8 looks *newer*

    can someone explain to me whats the difference with I , II & III ?

    if i'm not wrong, its markI markII & markIII ??

    rgds,
    mark

    IIRC, mk1 is metal mount and mkII is plastic.

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    hmm.. seems like mark III is wooden mount

    ok.. jokes aside.. what does markIII stands for ??

    rgds,
    mark

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