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Help for travel kit!!

Discussion in 'Photography Equipment & Products' started by jessyd, Apr 3, 2012.

  1. jessyd

    jessyd TPF Noob!

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    Hey guys

    I'm planing to buy a d7000 really soon

    And since i travel a lot i would like to make a travel kit with one or 2 lens...

    I would like to have your advice to witch one to take!

    Nikon 10-24 or tokina 11-16 for wide

    Nikon 18-200 or nikon 28-300 for everything else

    Witch would be the best kit?

    I did read that the 28-300 is sharper then the 18-200 is the difference really big ?

    Thank you in advance!!
     
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    sovietdoc TPF Noob!

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    What are you photographing? I think you'll be doing landscapes, otherwise you wouldn't go for UWA lens like 11-16.

    Anyways, 28-300 has better IQ than 18-300 and I would recommend 18-300 for a 1,6 crop body except you're buying yourself a dedicated UWA lens.

    So I think you should get Nikon 10-24 and 28-300 becaue theyre higher IQ than the rest. I don't think it's a big deal that you don't have coverage from 25 to 27 mm but the gap is so small I don't think it matters.
     

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