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    Lens Feedback

    It's not that I cant make up my mind, it's just there are to many choices.

    I'm now thinking insted of getting the 50 - 200SWD, I will get the Oly 14 -54mm F2.8-3.5 and the 70 - 300mm F4. Any feedback on the 14-54 F2.8 would be great, situations used low light, landscapes and so on.

    Coupled to the E-30 (which I think I will get soon) but for the time being to my trusty E-330.

    So any feed back would be great.

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    What are you interested in photographing? This will dictate what kind of lens would suit best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by piXelatedEmpire View Post
    What are you interested in photographing? This will dictate what kind of lens would suit best.
    Pretty much what I mentioned, but always trying different things, so I guess I would like the best of both worlds, hard to cover that. Landscape with 14-54 and my sons rugby and what ever else with the 70 - 300.

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    Despite the price and size difference btw the 70-300 and the 50 -200 ( I have both, the 70-3000mostly stays at home unless I take the dogs with me then two dogs and the 50-200 area bit of a handful). The 50-200 is a far superior lens. I use it on an e620, mostly on a tripod but it shoots well handheld. The 70-300 hunts too much for my liking which means you miss some shots. As Adam says it is about what you shoot.

    Graeme

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