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Discussion in 'Photography Forum' started by DropEmInDE, Aug 2, 2009.
Im looking at the Sigma 10-20, And NOW im looking at the Sigma 180mm MAcro...
Take a look at the Tamron 17-50 2.8. When researching wide angles I found this lens highly recommended, second only to the Canon 17-55 2.8 IS which is over double the price. The Tamron doesn't have USM and the focus is a little noisy but it's an excellent lens for the price, a better choice than the 17-40 IMHO
I have been eyeballing that lens for a few weeks now.
Didn't you hear Dizzy! There aint nothing that can take no there picture like a Canon Lens!
Well, i have narrowed it down to the 70-200f4 .... Now i just need to decide if i want the IS model or not....
Im leaning towards the Non IS...But im still up in the air...Anyone want to start an IS vs Non IS argument....????
Is your 300 an IS??!?
Negative....My 300f4L is the Non IS model...which i am told. Is way sharper than the IS model.
I have IS on my 100-400 (the only IS I own!) but I turn it off 99% of the time!!! Waste of money as far as I'm concerned! Just something else to break and cost an arm and a leg to repair!
I am bout to spring for a new lens as well. Got a baby on the way and I have only "wildlife" lenses. I am looking at the 17-40 also, BUT and this may be something Justin may want to look at also - I like my 1.6 crop factor, and I do NOT see myself ever going full frame. I have been looking at that 60 mm 2.8 macro specifically for crop cameras and all the reviews are great for it. Good for both macro and portraits. I am almost about to "pull the trigger on this one. That 60 mm on the end of a crop camera gives 96 mm, which is still good for flowers and insects, and will autofocus w the extenders, if needed for macro.
I took this about a week ago with my 70-200 f/4 NON IS.
Sorry if it's kinda big.