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Thread: Older D100 or Newer 10D - Which would you choose?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    20D better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Del_CtrlnoAlt
    20D better...

    /me run & hide...
    agree loving my cam more and more.... after just 3 outings with it.

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    [QUOTE=sehsuan]eh, no la, what master... i'm master of none...

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    He who claims not to be a master is surely one!

    Anyway, I've decided on the 10D based on extensive reading of professional and amature users (mainly abroad).

    Now...the headache of LENSES!!!

    Is there such a thing as a Canon USM 70 - 210 f4.5-5.6 lens?

    USM lens focuses very fast right?

    I searched everywhere, including Canon's homepage as well as Dprview of Canon lens talk but there's only the f3.5-4.5 version?

    Someone offered to sell me one at $230. Good price?

    I would rather go fo a lens that reaches at least 300mm, non-large apeture as I can't afford one at the moment. I don't mind any brand, but if spending a little more gets me a canon lens, then why not? What are the expert Canon users/owners' opinions here?

    Share share leh! Any suggestions?

    I will be doing MOST of my main shooting with this lens, and a little work with a wide-to-short tele (again, any recommendations...Ai Chee, Ai Pee) type lens?

    Aiyoh. Just realised oso got to get memory card. Another headache! So many to choose...different types...speeds...prices! Anyone got good lobangs?

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    Sigma 70-300 APO Macro II is quite a good lens for it's price ($340 brand new). The macro function is a bonus too. Maybe you might want to consider that.

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    yes, there is the 70-210, but i can't remember the aperture though. it looks very similar to the 24-85 3.5-4.5 lens.

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