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Old Apr 5, 2007, 10:10 AM   #31
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The sigma 24-135 is also anice lens for interior and exterior photographic needs.


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Old Apr 5, 2007, 12:35 PM   #32
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For indoor and outdoor photos JimC's minolta24-85 is another great dealafter learning stopping it down for more resolution even if this lens can defend itselfwideopen.

For the same range of priceif you can find itthe sigma 24-135 is quite a lens for interior and exterior photographic needs.
I think there are much better options than the have the 24-85MMindoors. One exampleis the KM 28-75mm 2.8... great lens if 28mm is a good starting point.

I missed out on those 24-135mm Sigmas when Cametta was selling them. They seemed like a decent lens for a great price.


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Old Apr 5, 2007, 8:21 PM   #33
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Jim c thanks for that reply, now that i think about it,

its gotta be that technique that has been causing my problem, it now makes sence why i get a slight change in focus when i zoom out to recompose
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