Posted Fri Apr 19 6:59PM
I'm sure I will be, Thanks.
Quite the kick in the bank account, lol
Posted Sat Apr 20 3:30AM
You don't even know the half of it I recently bought bunch of strobes - THAT's the kick to the bank account. Camera cost is on par at best (assuming you're buying a very nice camera and very beginner-level entry lights).
Posted Sat Apr 20 4:13AM
One thing that brings some comfort to the pain of gear expense is that, although the resale value of bodies tends to drop like a stone, good lenses and in particular first party manufacturer lenses, tend to keep their value pretty well. A good Canon L lens for example tends to keep 70-80% of its new price, pretty much regardless of its age.
Posted Sat Apr 20 6:51PM
Good point. And since the camera was bought used it's gonna lose too much
Posted Mon Apr 29 6:29PM
I disagree about the 70-200 4.0. It's a wondeful lens - sharp, and easy to carry around. That said, however, I prefer the IS version.
Try it and see what you think!
(Edited on 2013-04-29 18:30:10 by emptyclouds)