DSLR is all about changing lenses and having the lens for a purpose. (i.e. if I know, I'm going for a portrait shoot then I will pack my equipment accordingly. It doesn't mean you have to bring the whole dry cabinet out, don't you? Well, if one wants to bring the whole dry cabinet out then it's fine too because I'm not the photographer carry the bag. Haha! )
Eh, added cost? From the day you stepped into the world of DSLR, you should know that you are stepping into an expensive hobby.
Check with you guys..
i will be heading over sea for work soon..
part of the work will include SITE survey.. my Project Manager was suggesting to bring along a DSLR for the site survery so that we will look "professional" .
therefore just wondering if my gear will be suffice...
Do take note that it is about 240dpi for your RAW development while it is only about 72dpi for your JPEG if you save the JPEG without 100% option.
For me, my JPEG is about 240dpi and I normally save the JPEG with 100% option.
Never use that b4.
But I think that it is still the same problem.
It might be due to the dpi problem.
My 17-50mm and 70-300mm really never disappoint me with its IQ.
450D/17-50 F2.8 HSM OS/50 F1.8/430EXII/85 F1.8/BenroA300EX/55-250 IS/ 35mm F2