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Thread: newbie needs urgent advice on K10D

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    Default Re: newbie needs urgent advice on K10D

    the only reason why you might want to keep the kit lens is that it is quite good for ir photography, no hot spotting

    but then again, maybe the 18-250 superzoom does not have too, but i don't know about that part

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    Default Re: newbie needs urgent advice on K10D

    Quote Originally Posted by fengwei View Post
    Yes, the K20D should go at least with the updated kit lens. Actually better yet, he/she should go w/ a K100D or second hand K10D instead of K20D Both K100D and K10D are capable of taking great photos. I think a K100D/K10D plus a better lens is a better solution than a K20D plus the kit lens. Just my 2 cents ...
    Quote Originally Posted by creampuff View Post
    Ha, ha, I'm already following your advice here:
    K100D + better lens = great pictures

    The other related equation is:
    Better lenses = bigger hole in the wallet

    leading to:
    Bigger hole in the wallet = No money to buy K20D
    I took the advice also. Once you got those "better lenses", you won't turn back.
    Last edited by istDeS; 4th March 2008 at 08:23 PM.

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    Default Re: newbie needs urgent advice on K10D

    Quote Originally Posted by night86mare View Post
    the only reason why you might want to keep the kit lens is that it is quite good for ir photography, no hot spotting
    I guess that is one reason i still keeping the kit lens.

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    Default Re: newbie needs urgent advice on K10D

    I would keep the lens cap in the pocket and attach the lens hood while walking around to shoot.
    Let's get rolling :)

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