Prime Lens Buying Guide

Featured Thursday, 29 October 2015 14:21

Looking to buy a prime? Make sure you get the RIGHT one with this 3 step buying guide.

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  • Comment Link Jean Luc SALAUD Saturday, 31 October 2015 09:56 posted by Jean Luc SALAUD

    Great advices
    I have been using the sorting by focal length for a long time, but I thought sorting by keepers a lot later. Now my lens choice is much different from what it was and adapted to my possibilites (handheld minimum speed, autofocus for some focal length...)
    A lot of people should refer to your article
    Thanks for what you suggest

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  • Comment Link Harrie Sunday, 22 November 2015 14:13 posted by Harrie

    Thanks Matt for the advice. This gives a different or perhaps an extra view point for how to choose a new lens. And perhaps I will find I still have to use my zoom lenses, because I'm not using one specifice focal lenght more often.
    Love your postings.

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