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Old 21st of July 2010 (Wed)   #16
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Default Re: For those shooting crop and ff for a wedding.

Like others here, I use most lenses on the 5dmk2. During the ceremony the 70-200 2.8 IS goes on the 50D for a little more reach. Once the reception starts, I usually will put the 50D away and just use the 5dmk2 because of the better low light abilities.
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