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Two cameras, two lenses which on which?

 
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Feb 15, 2013 16:32 |  #1

Me and the Mrs. are heading out of town to a little german style town in the north Georgia mountains this weekend. I have an XTi and I blew the dust off my old Rebel 2000 film body that hasnt seen film in about 7 years... I recently purchased the Sigma 50 1.4 and Canon 85 1.8... I am taking both lenses as well as my old 18-55 kit in case I see a nice landscape to shoot with the XTi.... My thoughts were to put the 50 on the Rebel 2000 and the 85 on the Xti... What do yall think?


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Feb 15, 2013 16:47 |  #2

Sounds great, what film will you be using? :)


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Feb 15, 2013 16:56 |  #3

Ive got a few rolls of Tri-x 400... Really excited to shoot some film its been too long, might even load some Portra in the old Pentax 645 for the trip


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Feb 15, 2013 16:57 |  #4

Sounds like a good choice. Otherwise, you'll have two lenses that are about the same focal length -- 50mm x 1.6 and 85mm on film


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