If there were 2 lenses I should get for taking shots of children indoor/outdoor on a Nikon D70s, what recommendations would you make? Requirements:
- Target: Children who move fast, both in daylight and under low light. Family/portraits.
- Must take crackin' sharp pics
- Budget less than $500 altogether. Will acquire from CS B&S.
- Only onboard flash available (or could I squeeze an attachment within the $500)
Reading from various forums on CS, would seem to point to a Nikkor 50mm/f1.8 for one of the lenses. This might fill the indoor/fast/no additional flash requirement.
The other? Maybe a walkabout lens, but very uncertain what is tack sharp enough. Seems Nikkor can, but VR pricing outta range, or lenses get black blurry corners, or unwanted pincushion/barrel effect. I have no idea about 3rd party lenses.
Any advice appreciate.