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Canon 1d mk ii vs 1d mk ii N

 
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Apr 25, 2011 23:19 |  #16

The Sigma will be a great lens...


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Apr 25, 2011 23:24 |  #17

yes, 28-300mm L :)

I think both Sigma and Tamron have 28-300mm lenses also




  
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Apr 26, 2011 00:01 |  #18

You are so mean! Thats exactly what i want but can't have!

But i found this which is more in my price range.

http://cgi.ebay.com.au …enses&hash=item​48401e6866 (external link)

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Apr 26, 2011 00:52 |  #19

tempuraki wrote in post #12293222 (external link)
yes, 28-300mm L :)

I think both Sigma and Tamron have 28-300mm lenses also

These lenses sound to good to be true.

They are very affordable. I'm scared they will be rubbish?

None of them have image stabalizer

But i found these

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Apr 26, 2011 09:51 |  #20

The Tamron "Di II" lenses are not designed for full frame sensors, so the 18-2XXmm lenses won't work with a 5D.


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Apr 26, 2011 11:00 |  #21

a used 2.8 non-is is somehwere in the $1000- range. certainly not 4x the price.

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The canon is more than 4 times the price. I think 700 is my max price.

What i loved about the 18-200mm sigma i used to have was that it wasn't gigantic but have a great range. Perfect for traveling and so forth. All these lenses are too big for what i want as well.

I want something similar but better image quality for the 5d.

Does anything like that even exist?

Note: this is only a hobby for me. I'm not a professional so i don't need anything crazy. If i ever start making money off photography then i dont mind investing in really expansive equipment since they will pay themselves off.


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Apr 26, 2011 12:27 |  #22

midget wrote in post #12295793 (external link)
a used 2.8 non-is is somehwere in the $1000- range. certainly not 4x the price.

Yeah i'll definitely need to get second hand lens on my budget.




  
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Apr 26, 2011 15:54 |  #23

uOpt wrote in post #12282355 (external link)
The small screen on the non-N is very annoying.

But the price difference is pretty large, the non-N is a bargain.

I have the 1D MKII, the screen size is fine, don`t forget the zoom function to enlarge parts of the image.

The only true way of seeing your image is on the PC at home.


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Apr 27, 2011 01:08 |  #24

I went down to a camera shop and picked up a canon 70-200mm f4L for $700

Its super light and reasonably small. The f is pretty high but still i feel it'll be more than enough for me:)

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