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May 03, 2014 09:00 as a reply to  @ post 16879124 |  #31

Never been to Disney but when I traveled with crop I used the 10-22 the most and 50 1.8 for portraits and shallow DOF.

55-250 sometimes.

The UWA is a must for me to capture scenery (street, landscape, interiors, Architecture).

Fast portrait prime like 50 f1.8 is absolutely a must for me, short DOF in general and portraits with blurry background.

Something like 55-250 is nice to have but the others come first.


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May 03, 2014 09:58 |  #32

Agreed - is id run my 10-20 and maybe toss a 40 2.8 in my pocket - super small


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May 03, 2014 11:39 |  #33

It depends what you plan to do at Disney?

Is it a family vacation with kids or is it a adult/photo vacation.

If kids and family a 18-135 is a lot more flexible then a 10-22 + 40. If you bring a 10-22 and 40 You will be switching lenses way too often, and 40 is not going to give you a lot of flexibility as a walkaround.

Ideally IMHO the Canon 15-85 is the best compromise between wide and long for a crop body. That is why I carry that for all travel.


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May 04, 2014 01:16 as a reply to  @ Lexar's post |  #34

From what ive read many people recommend not taking a dslr because its just too big. Most of the time at disneyworld I would expect that you could shoot at low iso due to the bright sun so your lenses should be perfectly fine. Another option would just be to pack light by using something like a sony nex or a sigma merrill (I think its the merril line or fuji etc. You could buy something used and save a bit of money. Either way you cant go wrong.


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