View Poll Results: What lenses do you have

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  • Wide Angle Lenses 14mm-24mm

    16 22.22%
  • Wide Angle Lenses 28mm-35mm

    22 30.56%
  • Standard Lenses 50mm (of cos)

    46 63.89%
  • Telephoto Lenses 85mm-135mm

    30 41.67%
  • Telephoto Lenses 200mm-500mm

    21 29.17%
  • Super Telephoto Lenses 600mm-1200mm

    5 6.94%
  • Wide angle Zoom Lenses

    49 68.06%
  • Telephoto Zoom Lenses

    47 65.28%
  • Macro Lenses

    25 34.72%
  • Tilt & Shift Lenses

    4 5.56%
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Thread: DSLR users poll

  1. #1
    KingKongChar
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    Default DSLR users poll

    How many lenses do you own?

  2. #2

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    You have the wide and telephoto zoom but you forgot the standard zoom range 28-70mm ....

  3. #3
    KingKongChar
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    Originally posted by eos
    You have the wide and telephoto zoom but you forgot the standard zoom range 28-70mm ....

    Well, you can choose "Wide telephoto" for that range. Can only have 10 options. I also missed out the Fisheye lenses which I originally want to put under Speciality Lenses together with the Tilt and Shift lenses.

  4. #4
    KingKongChar
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    Wah! One guy voted for the super tele lens, wonder who is he and he use it to shoot babes or sports events?

  5. #5

    Lightbulb

    ideally is one 17-35/2.8, one 70-200/2.8 and one 300/2.8 and one 2x tc for DSLR

  6. #6

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    Why must be only DSLR users?

  7. #7

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    Why does it matter what others own?

  8. #8

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    For one , there's no way to prove it.

  9. #9

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    Quote Originally Posted by clive
    ideally is one 17-35/2.8, one 70-200/2.8 and one 300/2.8 and one 2x tc for DSLR
    I'm going for similar set up

    17-40/4 and 70-200/2.8 but I'll skip the 300/2.8 and go for 500/4. Also, I'll go for 1.4x instead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN
    I'm going for similar set up

    17-40/4 and 70-200/2.8 but I'll skip the 300/2.8 and go for 500/4. Also, I'll go for 1.4x instead.
    mmm.. so u get 800mm effective on the 10d. with the DOF of 5.6. not bad! oh ya u r into wildlife...500/4 is gonna be hefty..me more inclined towards events and streets..so the 300/2.8 on dslr becomes 400++mm with DOF of f4 ..which is quite ok .

  11. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by clive
    mmm.. so u get 800mm effective on the 10d. with the DOF of 5.6. not bad! oh ya u r into wildlife...500/4 is gonna be hefty..me more inclined towards events and streets..so the 300/2.8 on dslr becomes 400++mm with DOF of f4 ..which is quite ok .
    Yep.. 500mm for shooting nature

    I'm also covering events and weddings... that's where my 17-40/4 and 70-200/2.8 comes in.

    300/2.8 for streets ?!? The white lens attracts a lot of attention leh. Tried my 70-200/2.8 for streets all the surrounding people just stare at the lens as if I got it from Osama
    Last edited by CYRN; 22nd June 2004 at 01:23 AM.
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  12. #12

    Lightbulb

    mmm...can always gaffer it up..or invent a DIY "black lens sleeve"

  13. #13
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    it just reminded me.. i was on the train in bkk with my 70-200 f4L on and this s'porean family stepped in there and stared at me. They thought I was thai so they said 'Wah lau, this guy have a bazooka!' Strange... but true...
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  14. #14

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickmak
    it just reminded me.. i was on the train in bkk with my 70-200 f4L on and this s'porean family stepped in there and stared at me. They thought I was thai so they said 'Wah lau, this guy have a bazooka!' Strange... but true...

    Hahaha.. I had stranger experience... took my cam attached to 70-200...everyone on the train just stares at it...changed to my 17-40.. they all looked away..didn't bother even when I fire a few candid shots...hmmm...size does matter..
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