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The lens you cannot live without


StephT 10 29 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 10:02AM
Hiya everyone, was just curious as to what you would rate as the lens you cannot live without Smile I'll probably do a few of these in different threads about different items, not only do I find it interesting but it may give me an idea of some different kit I may need as it will other people Smile

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keithknight 11 60 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 10:33AM
The one that's about an inch from my nose - without it I couldn't see to compose an image Smile
Krakman 10 3.6k Scotland
23 Jun 2009 10:37AM
It was a 28mm f2, but nowadays it's become a 35mm f2, most of the time (full frame format). Trouble is, we only have one of them at the mo, so SWMBO and I fight over it/take it in turns with that and the 28mm. So we're about to go out and buy another 35mm.

Yesterday tried the 70-200 f2.8, hired one out for a day, and didn't like it at all.
RokGeetar 8 202 England
23 Jun 2009 10:44AM
At the moment I have to say that my Canon 100 macro is not far from my 40D. I bought a macro ringflash and it's just so much fun, especially around the garden this time of year!
CanonMan Plus
15 524 4 England
23 Jun 2009 10:46AM
I have two - Sigma 150mm Macro for my dragonfly shots, Canon 100-400L IS USM for my aircraft shots. Couldn't be without either of 'em.
User_Removed 14 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 11:07AM
Canon 24-105 L.
Combined with the Canon 5D, they are stunning together.



Gerry.
Paul Morgan 15 18.4k 6 England
23 Jun 2009 11:16AM
My 35-100 f2 Zuiko, a tad expensive but a great bit of kit.

And my lensbaby`s Smile
miked70 7 225 3 South Africa
23 Jun 2009 11:19AM
my 80-200 f2.8 nikor all glass and metal about 20 years old weighs more than 50-500 sigma.
Strobe 9 1.3k United States
23 Jun 2009 11:34AM
Sigma 10-20, I would be lost without it
rowarrior 8 4.4k 9 Scotland
23 Jun 2009 11:37AM
Toss up between my Canon 28-135 IS and my Sigma 10-20 - I seem to have less expensive habits than most posting above Wink
joolsb 12 27.1k 38 Switzerland
23 Jun 2009 11:44AM
The two in my spectacles...
s800byj 9 133 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 12:07PM
Gotta be my Canon 28-135 IS, it's always fitted nowadays.
User_Removed 12 17.9k 8 Norway
23 Jun 2009 12:16PM
Tokina 12-24mm f4. Lives on the camera 80% of the time...
G73photography 10 417 15 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2009 12:32PM
siggy 10-20 for me, Smile
MalcolmS Plus
11 1.2k 13 England
23 Jun 2009 12:47PM
Sigma 10-20mm for me too

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