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Old 30-12-11, 22:52
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Not entirely, just not married. My other 'alf has still to be informed about the 100-400... I may wait until er... April?
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Old 31-12-11, 11:20
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Living dangerously then! Like it!
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Old 03-01-12, 22:54
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Yeah, the rally event at Knockhill this weekend (7th/8th Jan) will be judgement day for me.

"I thought you said your new lens wasn't long enough for racing events?"

"err... I , eh, met this guy who, er..."

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IF you cannon afford 70-200 f2.8 you can buy 70-200 f4 L IS or if you like 70-200 f2.8 Sigma - i think these 2 options are good for you!
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Old 25-11-14, 07:35
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Hi I have lenses from 12mm to 800mm and have the same 15mm hole between 105 and 120mm

To be honest it is not worth worrying about.
It is more important to think about what you want to photograph rather than acquiring a seamless range of focal lengths.
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Old 31-05-17, 14:30
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I’ve decided on the 17 – 55 f2.8 USM coupled with the 70 – 300 F4-5.6 L USM.

Prices are dropping here for some reason, so I am holding a watching brief at the moment.
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