Changing Lenses

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    Sorry.. I noticed I posted in the wrong forum. I will repost in the beginners topic.
     
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    Don't repost, let the thread get moved.

    Get a Sigma 18-250 and don't worry about swapping lenses :)

    Fact is, all sensors at some point will get dirty and will have to be cleaned. You can take it in (~$40 I think) or get a kit and do it yourself, it's not as scary as you might think.

    Enjoy it, sounds like you're doing everything you can to minimize the amount of dust/debris that could get in there - it will need cleaning eventually, no matter how careful you are or how well the internal system works.
     
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    Think about it! If he gets that lens he can throw away both of his other glass! :D I'd recommend getting the nifty-fifty! (Canon 50mm 1.8)
     

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