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Old May 23, 2006, 5:39 PM   #13
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honestly if you dont have a lot of photographic experience you wont notice the difference much between an $1500 or $300 lens right now... so id suggest when the time comes get a good lens... but dont automatically think you need the best of the best.. then save up after getting through the learning curve of these cameras... you cant just jump into DSLRS and think your going to be a pro... so take the speed down a notch and get a decent fast lens and go from there... like i said... dont get in over your head and not know where to go once youve sunk $2000 into this... learn the camera like the back of your hand... then start progressing your lenses...

If anyone thinks im wrong on this... please correct me...

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