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Canon - All-in-one or stick with Canon?

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Hi all,

Want to get back into photography and already decided on new Camera. I'm getting the 70D instead of waiting around for T6i to come out. However, posting here to get opinions on lenses. I'm torn between an All-in-one or just stick with Canon quality and deal with the two lense issue again. These new All-in-one lenses look quite enticing and looking at both the Tamron 16-300mm or Sigma 18-300mm. Just sounds convenient but on the other hand, I'd like to stick with Canon. Note that I'm on tight budget and is why I mention this and want advice on best pair with the 70D.

So... Torn between these two lenses or stick with a two lense carry again. If so, it would be the Canon 18-55mm and Canon 75-300mm lens but the one with IS. . A bit more expensive and less convenient, but I think quality will be better for wildlife shots which I primarily like to take.

Any opinions/suggestions are greatly appreciated.

--mike

 
Date: Nov 27, 2014    Labels: Canon


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