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PostPosted: Thu Oct 20, 2011 9:48 am 
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Personally I don`t think going to 17-55 if you already have the 15-85 is worth it, I would miss the 2mm at the start and the extra reach.
Often even 2.8 isn`t bright enough and a flash will be needed.

But if you think that roughly doubling your shutter speed and the range is sufficient then its got to be worth it. I guess Australian sky's compared to Greenland sky may make the bigger aperture well worth it.

Just repeating what was said earlier, and its what I would most likely do if I was in your shoes>>>> keep the 15-85 and add the tamrom 17-50 ( non vc version) for about a third of the price. Its a quality lens, up there with the best bang for buck.

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Well the 17-40 mm L would be my wide angle if I went for FF, but my thoughts on it are that it is top slow and too short.

If a new lens won't eliminate the problems I have right now, then maybe it isn't worth the money or at least a very expensive flaw to reduce.
But my all-round lens, should be the best lens, because it's the one I take the most pictures with.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 1:07 am 
If you want to test whether a wide range of prime numbers is right, 20 mm and 15-85 to set your vision, if it is appropriate. You should also test the 24 mm, 28 mm, and 30mm.


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