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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
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    Is it important to register (Warranty) Canon product immediately on purchase on can delay? Warranty card mention no date of purchase.

    your thoughts please.
    registration can be delay, i did last time.......but i was stupid cos got people actually registered a dishonest date , & there are so many didn't event register their products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Can delay, the date should be on the receipt. You can register, within 30 days. I asked canon before, but the date must be reflected as the receipt.

    GMAN
    last time i registered back dated 2-3 months, no question ask.

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    Got a question peeps!

    I'm intending to do some BBB soon at the end of the year.


    So i'm contemplating on the following lenses. Some of you might have know i asked this before for my Tamron option, so hope you don't get annoyed, because i used that moolah to get my imac


    Option A:

    EF70-200mm F4 IS + 17-40mm F4L

    -Affordable, plus might have some extra cash to get a 430EXII


    Option B:

    EF 70-200mm F2.8(Non IS) +17-40mm F4L

    -About the same price as the Option B


    Option C:

    Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 + Tamron 70-200mm F2.8

    -Considering, though, i'm eager to get my first L.


    The problem is that Option C is clear cut for me, but in Option A and B, i'm a little confused. If i get the 70-200mm F2.8(Non IS) is it worth it. Does IS really matter, because i can increase my shutter speed by having F2.8 aperture. Or should i just get the 70-200mm F4, because i might be able to have a flash on as well. I'm kinda confused among this two. The prices of the lenses are pretty close to each other.


    Option C is for if things don't go well. I've already researched alot on these two before so no worries.


    Thanks guys


    GMAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Can delay, the date should be on the receipt. You can register, within 30 days. I asked canon before, but the date must be reflected as the receipt.

    GMAN
    Thanks, oh yes the receipt.

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by vpsk01 View Post
    last time i registered back dated 2-3 months, no question ask.
    Ooh, because i called them when i got my DSLR, was very tired after working, so i asked if it's alright to register a few days later. The lady said it was fine but should be done within 30 days and the date should be of those reflected on the receipt. Yeap, i dislike dishonest people too. Heard canon is coming up with a new system for warranty claim, that requires the proof of purchase.


    GMAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by vpsk01 View Post
    last time i registered back dated 2-3 months, no question ask.
    But receipt got date bro, as Ninja mention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Got a question peeps!

    I'm intending to do some BBB soon at the end of the year.


    So i'm contemplating on the following lenses. Some of you might have know i asked this before for my Tamron option, so hope you don't get annoyed, because i used that moolah to get my imac


    Option A:

    EF70-200mm F4 IS + 17-40mm F4L

    -Affordable, plus might have some extra cash to get a 430EXII


    Option B:

    EF 70-200mm F2.8(Non IS) +17-40mm F4L

    -About the same price as the Option B


    Option C:

    Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 + Tamron 70-200mm F2.8

    -Considering, though, i'm eager to get my first L.


    The problem is that Option C is clear cut for me, but in Option A and B, i'm a little confused. If i get the 70-200mm F2.8(Non IS) is it worth it. Does IS really matter, because i can increase my shutter speed by having F2.8 aperture. Or should i just get the 70-200mm F4, because i might be able to have a flash on as well. I'm kinda confused among this two. The prices of the lenses are pretty close to each other.


    Option C is for if things don't go well. I've already researched alot on these two before so no worries.


    Thanks guys


    GMAN
    Same problem i had last 5 weeks, in the end this morning I got the EFS 17-55 and 70-200 F4. with my Toki UWA, i guess i feel complete now.... i hope.
    cakka/Flickr

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    IMHO go for Option C. Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS is just too heavy. And the 70-200 f4 simply is not 'fast' enough.

    I only use the Tamron 18-270, Sigma 70-200 f2.8, Canon 10-22 and if to buy another lens I would consider 50mm f1.8.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Got a question peeps!

    I'm intending to do some BBB soon at the end of the year.


    So i'm contemplating on the following lenses. Some of you might have know i asked this before for my Tamron option, so hope you don't get annoyed, because i used that moolah to get my imac


    Option A:

    EF70-200mm F4 IS + 17-40mm F4L

    -Affordable, plus might have some extra cash to get a 430EXII


    Option B:

    EF 70-200mm F2.8(Non IS) +17-40mm F4L

    -About the same price as the Option B


    Option C:

    Tamron 17-50mm F2.8 + Tamron 70-200mm F2.8

    -Considering, though, i'm eager to get my first L.


    The problem is that Option C is clear cut for me, but in Option A and B, i'm a little confused. If i get the 70-200mm F2.8(Non IS) is it worth it. Does IS really matter, because i can increase my shutter speed by having F2.8 aperture. Or should i just get the 70-200mm F4, because i might be able to have a flash on as well. I'm kinda confused among this two. The prices of the lenses are pretty close to each other.


    Option C is for if things don't go well. I've already researched alot on these two before so no worries.


    Thanks guys


    GMAN
    Mio Cade flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardaan View Post
    IMHO go for Option C. Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS is just too heavy. And the 70-200 f4 simply is not 'fast' enough.

    I only use the Tamron 18-270, Sigma 70-200 f2.8, Canon 10-22 and if to buy another lens I would consider 50mm f1.8.
    i want the Tamy 18-270 too for travel. u bringing it to Davao this week?
    cakka/Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardaan View Post
    IMHO go for Option C. Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS is just too heavy. And the 70-200 f4 simply is not 'fast' enough.

    I only use the Tamron 18-270, Sigma 70-200 f2.8, Canon 10-22 and if to buy another lens I would consider 50mm f1.8.
    I have the 50mm f1.8 already. My option is the 70-200mm non IS version. Haha.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    Same problem i had last 5 weeks, in the end this morning I got the EFS 17-55 and 70-200 F4. with my Toki UWA, i guess i feel complete now.... i hope.
    Hmm, that's a good combo too. But the 17-55mm, is about the same price as the 17-40 F4L, why you didn't get that instead?

    GMAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Hmm, that's a good combo too. But the 17-55mm, is about the same price as the 17-40 F4L, why you didn't get that instead?

    GMAN
    i need one with F2.8, initially tot of the 24-70 2.8L but heavy la, after 3 days at gym still cannot walkaround with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    i need one with F2.8, initially tot of the 24-70 2.8L but heavy la, after 3 days at gym still cannot walkaround with it.
    Haha...i'm thinking of that too. Haha. But i like zoom shots, so, i prefer my zoom lens to be on most of the time. Haha.


    GMAN

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninja23XX View Post
    Haha...i'm thinking of that too. Haha. But i like zoom shots, so, i prefer my zoom lens to be on most of the time. Haha.


    GMAN
    Bro Ardaan did wonders with the Tamy 18-270mm, but need lots of practise and follow his style ... the 'Crouching Tiger Hidden Canon'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    Bros

    Is it important to register (Warranty) Canon product immediately on purchase on can delay? Warranty card mention no date of purchase.

    your thoughts please.
    so far canon hasnt ask me for any receipts when i service my stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    i want the Tamy 18-270 too for travel. u bringing it to Davao this week?
    Hi bro,

    I may bring the Nikon D90 and D300 with 18-200 VR and 10-20 Sigma and 50mm 1.8.

    Coz my D90 can take video..haha...But may bring the Canon D50 and 40..see how lor.
    Mio Cade flickr

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    Ok la.. I was worried the 70 200 f4 would be slow but with some iso bumping.. you can still get some frozen motion shots in a worst than good lighting.

    ISO 1000, focal length 70, F4.0, Shutter 1/500

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    Well Tamron 18-270 is 70mm longer and at 200 mm it is also around f4-5.6..so not much different.

    Of coz if compare about quality then the L lens should be superb. But my naked eyes still can't see the different in quality unless I compare with the 70-200 f2.8 IS.

    Quote Originally Posted by Draken413o View Post

    Ok la.. I was worried the 70 200 f4 would be slow but with some iso bumping.. you can still get some frozen motion shots in a worst than good lighting.

    ISO 1000, focal length 70, F4.0, Shutter 1/500
    Mio Cade flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    Same problem i had last 5 weeks, in the end this morning I got the EFS 17-55 and 70-200 F4. with my Toki UWA, i guess i feel complete now.... i hope.
    Woot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardaan View Post
    IMHO go for Option C. Canon 70-200 f2.8 IS is just too heavy. And the 70-200 f4 simply is not 'fast' enough.

    I only use the Tamron 18-270, Sigma 70-200 f2.8, Canon 10-22 and if to buy another lens I would consider 50mm f1.8.
    Quote Originally Posted by cakkarudie View Post
    i need one with F2.8, initially tot of the 24-70 2.8L but heavy la, after 3 days at gym still cannot walkaround with it.
    For the love of f/2.8 comes a price.

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