I agree with Rhino123.
Csboi : No lar, u very fast and furious in post.
Luckyorange : not as fast as csboi lor.
veri veri off..Haha!!Agree with Rhino views.Having the basic knowledge n hoping to join more outings to apply them.Kit lens are fine.Just that i am not season enough to take great pics at the moment.Hope to brush up on the area of composition
Last edited by Liangzai; 11th August 2011 at 03:43 PM.
Just acquired 1 not very long ago. :-\Originally Posted by luckyorange
Yup yup. Agree. But Having an extra stop or so won't hurt. Other than the shoulders.Originally Posted by rhino123
But I've encountered times where I really wish I had the big aperture for shallower dof
Its always good to have....
Now i drooling everyday on 70-200 F4 IS and 100mm Marco 2.8 IS....
I would have gotten the tokina's version at my time... but it was out of stock... and I am itching for some macro... so bite the bullet and buy the Canon 100mm f2.8 (non-IS version).
Oh... and for 70-200 f4L IS, maybe you can consider the Tamron or the Sigma's 70-200mm f2.8 (VC or OS), you can get them for the same price as the Canon's 70-200 f4L IS or 70-200mm f2.8L (non-IS).
Last edited by rhino123; 11th August 2011 at 03:54 PM.