Slimming down my lenses

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HI folks,
I recently got my grubby fingers on a nice Sigma 24-60 f:2.8 EX DG that performs beautifully.
But i now have a dilemma on my hands.
I need to cut back on some lenses, both to free up space and to get more funds for err more lenses.

So here's the situation..
I've a SMC FA 28-70mm f:4AL that i want to let go (reluctantly) as it overlaps with the Sigma.
Now what i'd like to do is pair it up with one of the following

A) SMC F 80-200 f:4.7-5.6 (not the crappy SMC FA version).
B) Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD MACRO 1:2

Which of the two should i keep and which should i let go?:confused:

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Apr 17, 2008
South East
If me, I'll keep the SMC F 80-200 f:4.7-5.6. Heard that the F version (red wording) are good optics.
And, the F version is not easy to get once you've let go.

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