Re: Newbie : lens differences
Rob Novak" <yermama@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> and I'm really noticing
> with a 28-105mm zoom on the camera, I shoot mainly in three modes: all
> the way in, all the way out, and a middle setting that hovers
> somewhere around the 50mm "normal".
Ditto. Makes me wish I'd purchased something other than the Canon 80-200
zoom. I never use the 80 side of it, rarely use 100, usually only need the
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