Either of these lenses very good for a Canon EOS-350D?

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    You may want to check B&H or Adorama to compare pricing.

    I normally find Best Buy more expensive then Amazon, B&H or Adorama.

    Also you probably have to pay tax at Best Buy - but you have to pay shipping at B&H or Adorama.
     
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    Take a look at Sigma's lower end stuff. It's amazingly good for the price.

    I paid 120 for a 70-300 f/4-5.6 and 80 for a 28-70 f/4.

    Amazon.com is your friend for lenses.
     

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