Which GROUP will you choose?

in terms of easy to use and multi-purpose, please show me your choice...


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Little_Zeus

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Which Lens System will you choose?
must consider
1. easy to use, for both changing lens and weight
2. multi-purpose for professional result
3. micro is a must, but not the most important
 

espn

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1) It's as easy to use if you know how.
2) It will go professional if you can be professional.
3) If it's not that impt, then don't bother.

Seriously.. why ask people to choose for you? You're the one using and you will need to understand the characteristics of the equipment and what it can do for you, expecting it to achieve what you want is unrealistic.

And your needs and ours will be different, so why ask us which we will choose??
 

roti_prata

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espn said:
1) It's as easy to use if you know how.
2) It will go professional if you can be professional.
3) If it's not that impt, then don't bother.

Seriously.. why ask people to choose for you? You're the one using and you will need to understand the characteristics of the equipment and what it can do for you, expecting it to achieve what you want is unrealistic.

And your needs and ours will be different, so why ask us which we will choose??
lol:bsmilie: u shd really ask urself first, can u afford any of these?
 

roti_prata

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option 1: get the 17-35 instead since the 60/2.8 fills in the gap
option 2: replace the 70-180 with a 60/2.8, its a 1:1 marco and fills the big gap
option 3: skip the 500d and reverse mt the 50/1.8 or get a 60/2.8

ease of use and multi-purpose...18-200vr+500d
 

alechim

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buy what you need and not what you want nor what others says is gd
 

lsisaxon

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18-200vr
 

Ian

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Rather than choose a group based on what you have listed you'd be far better off to try the lenses in person, make your decisions and then buy what you actually need.

Real photography is all about the images created, not the meausurebation, wanking and other traits of the wannabe photographer. Nor is it about bragging rights Singapore style either.
 

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