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    Default Should I rent them out ....

    I have been collecting some Ef lens (mostly L) for a while and have been using only two of them. The rest are always in the digi. I have been wondering what is the whole purpose beside feel good looking at them ... and seeing them depreciate.
    Do you think i should rent them out and collect some returns?....
    always the Light, .... always.

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    Default Re: Should I rent them out ....

    U've got an EOS 5D to rent out to match those as well?

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    Default Re: Should I rent them out ....

    take them out and shoot shoot shoot lah! wah piang eh!

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    Default Re: Should I rent them out ....

    Quote Originally Posted by deckard View Post
    take them out and shoot shoot shoot lah! wah piang eh!
    now quite buzy with work and not much time for shooting ....
    maybe i should juz sell the lens ....
    always the Light, .... always.

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    Default Re: Should I rent them out ....

    Rotate lenses: every week you choose a random one to take a pic of the cabi with all the other lenses in there

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    Default Re: Should I rent them out ....

    Quote Originally Posted by ah.zeep View Post
    Rotate lenses: every week you choose a random one to take a pic of the cabi with all the other lenses in there
    haha ... every lens has its strength and weaknesses. My fav is the 24-70f2.8L but it is the least used coz it's juz too heavy for me. This will be very useful for those AD shooters.
    I conclude (IMO) that if you want to shoot images for yrself, get the Primes and if you are shooting for clients, then get the Zooms ....
    After some reflection here, i think i will start to clear my stock and keep only those I really use ....
    always the Light, .... always.

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