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    Re: Venturing into the DSLR world

    The kit you list is good for starting, the only advice I would give is really think out your composition, the story you want the picture to tell, the settings to give you some post processing options, just take your time and really really think it through. Ps wish I could follow my own advice.

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    Re: Venturing into the DSLR world

    I have a Canon 24-105 f4. Mk i I have been amazed and disappointed by sone of the distortion barrel and pin cushion may just be my version.


    Quote Originally Posted by nfetterly View Post
    If you want more depth of field in a prime I've got the Canon 50 1.4 that I haven't used in years - haven't posted it for sale, but I'd sell at a reasonable price. I bougth the Sigma 50 1.4 "Art" for use with my Canon 5D.

    The 24-105L is a nice walk around lens, for the 70-200 you may want to consider a 2.8 instead of the 4.0, I bough the Sigma 2.8 the first time around and it served me well for waterpolo and other kids sports - if you're planning on doing anything inside.

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