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Pulled the trigger on the 70-200mm 2.8 IS today

 
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Dec 21, 2007 01:34 |  #16

congrats, you'll love it!


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Dec 21, 2007 01:37 |  #17

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i just recieved mine about 2 weeks ago, and will write about it when i get a second to relax! I havent been able to play with it outside yet!

I hear ya - It was hot here today tho - up to 42. whew!




  
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Dec 21, 2007 12:56 |  #18

I had the gitters upon pulling the trigger on the same len, but after receiving it, I'm glad I did.


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Dec 21, 2007 15:36 |  #19

Yep it's alot to drop for an aspiring photog but hopefully it will be all that I need for a little while as far as lenses go.




  
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Dec 27, 2007 12:46 |  #20

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I had the gitters upon pulling the trigger on the same len, but after receiving it, I'm glad I did.

Way to go UPS one day early, I am currently thawing it out for a bit.
Cant wait to check it out.




  
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Dec 27, 2007 13:07 |  #21

Congrats and happy shooting!


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Dec 27, 2007 14:11 |  #22

Fyerfytr wrote in post #4577396 (external link)
Way to go UPS one day early, I am currently thawing it out for a bit.
Cant wait to check it out.

Awesome news. Now go shoot some ducks or something feathery.


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Dec 27, 2007 14:17 |  #23

BrantG wrote in post #4577868 (external link)
Awesome news. Now go shoot some ducks or something feathery.

Thanks! I will do some shooting this afternoon, birds are few and far between right now.... too darn cold!




  
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Dec 27, 2007 16:15 as a reply to  @ Fyerfytr's post |  #24

Well?

What do you think?


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Dec 27, 2007 20:35 |  #25

dave kadolph wrote in post #4578598 (external link)
Well?

What do you think?

As far as I can tell it is awesome, just shooting around the house it focuses fast and quiet. It is a little front heavy on the 40d but I knew that before buying it.
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