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May 20, 2010 10:59 |  #46

30mm, 70mm is just to long.


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May 20, 2010 11:10 |  #47

We should make a sticky, or an dedicated thread to subjects of this matter. "what lens to bring to X park." "what body to bring."
My g9 has all ive ever needed at Dland. I have brought my 40d, with my 28-135 on it,28 seemed just wide enough, and 135 for me was long enough. I really only needed it for night High ISO shots. OTher then that my g9 was out all day, and the 40d in its backpack not rubbing my neck raw.


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May 20, 2010 11:13 |  #48

If it's rubbing your neck raw you need a better strap.;)


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May 20, 2010 11:17 |  #49

Scatterbrained wrote in post #10215909 (external link)
If it's rubbing your neck raw you need a better strap.;)

funny you mention that, i had the stock canon one at the time. i was waiting for my Smugmug one.
That and i have a real bad habit of resting right hand or arm on the camera, that never helps lol.


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May 20, 2010 12:32 |  #50

Aweitzel wrote in post #10215920 (external link)
funny you mention that, i had the stock canon one at the time. i was waiting for my Smugmug one.
That and i have a real bad habit of resting right hand or arm on the camera, that never helps lol.

Yeah, i've been rockin the Quantaray Neo Air strap. I can spend all day (and night) at the parks (sometimes two or three days in a row) and not even notice it. This is with a gripped 5D2, 24-70L, and a 580ex2. Not bad considering I'd be ready to put the camera in the car after about 30 mins with the factory canon strap.


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May 20, 2010 12:53 |  #51

I'd say 30 :)


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May 20, 2010 13:01 |  #52

JNRSM3 wrote in post #10206366 (external link)
As I mentioned above, why not rent a 24-105? You could probably get by with just that lens alone.

Looking at that from an outside prospective, I could see someone say "you spent all that money on an expensive camera and lenses and you can't even use them when you're in Disney Land?" :lol:

Personally, I like limiting myself to a single lens. I find myself changing lenses more often than taking pictures when I have options available to me.




  
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May 20, 2010 15:38 |  #53

30mm


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