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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 8:16 pm 
idavis wrote:

if there's an olympus dealer in your area who has lenses for you to try, i recommend trying the 50-200mm (regular or swd) and the 50mm macro.

the last lens i want is that damn panaleica 25mm f1.4


Alas, two more items in my wish list - the 50-200 and the 50 macro. Might as well make it three items, and put the Panaleica 25 in it, if one can ever find it anywhere! I almost bought the Sigma 30/1.4 the other day, but canceled it instead. My thinking was that if I am going to get the Sigma 30, I might as well get the 50 macro.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2009 9:33 pm 
Armanius wrote:
idavis wrote:

if there's an olympus dealer in your area who has lenses for you to try, i recommend trying the 50-200mm (regular or swd) and the 50mm macro.

the last lens i want is that damn panaleica 25mm f1.4


Alas, two more items in my wish list - the 50-200 and the 50 macro. Might as well make it three items, and put the Panaleica 25 in it, if one can ever find it anywhere! I almost bought the Sigma 30/1.4 the other day, but canceled it instead. My thinking was that if I am going to get the Sigma 30, I might as well get the 50 macro.


I highly recommend the 50mm macro as you'll get a more varied working distance & from results, better bokeh. You can't really do close up shooting with the sigma from what I've been told, so the 50mm macro would be perfect. You can shoot portraits & close up macro shooting.


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