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Thread: If you are given only a lens, which one will you choose?

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    depend on what kind of shot you are taking ...


    for scenery , I would like to have 16-35mm f2.8 L


    for non scenery , I would like to have 70-200mm f2.8 L
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    Originally posted by Kit
    To be honest, I think you've "digest" more than you need to. Now its time to take the plunge and go down to the camera shop and get the one that feels the best in your hands. Stop worrying about getting a wrong camera, you won't sway too far away with your present choices. These are just tools and how useful they're depends on how well you use them. Let's say, you get the best camera money can buy but you can't use it to the fullest, then that's the wrong one for you. Spend your effort on taking photographs. That's the way to make your investments worthwhile. Not going round in circles trying to decide what to buy.
    thanks.
    but now I realize 28~105 is more worth it.
    Last edited by 007; 13th May 2002 at 01:21 PM.

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    a mid-tele macro lens! macro shots are my favourite!

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    Most useful? Or the one you like? Because I love the fisheye, it takes goofy pictures Too bad there's no fisheye (or is there?) for digi cams.

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    Originally posted by christysg
    Most useful? Or the one you like? Because I love the fisheye, it takes goofy pictures Too bad there's no fisheye (or is there?) for digi cams.
    there are.(for DC)

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    Originally posted by 007


    there are.(for DC)
    If you use the Nikon Coolpix line of digital cameras, Nikon has the FC-E8 FishEye convertor.

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    CK

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