Hey, guys. I got a lens dilemma. I'll be going to the Philippines and going to 2 trips there (Boracay and one of these: Palawan, Subic, Puerto Galera). I have a Nikon D90. 50mm 1.8, 17-55mm 2.8. I dont want to bring my D90 coz I'm afraid it'll get stolen. If I bring the camera, I'm definitely not going to bring the 17-55. I have a friend that has an 18-105mm (which I sold to him, actually), but at the same time, it'll be Summer so I don't wanna take that lens from him. I'm thinking of getting a 50-200mm, around there, but I'm not sure which. My budget is $200. This lens is mainly for this trip, so hopefully I can resell it. I might even buy used (which I hate coz I feel better having warranties). My concern is, I don't have a wide. Maybe I can just use a point-and-shoot when it comes to wide? But that will kinda defeat the purpose of SLR since I wont be able to take landscape shots. Any other solution? I know my budget is low, but it would be nice to have a sharp lens. Hopefully nothing too big since my 17-55mm and D90 doesn't work well with my on-camera flash when I use wide because the top part of lens blocks the flash. Do you guys even think I'll need more than 105mm? I'm not going to Africa to take pictures of lions. I guess around 100mm should be fine, right? edit: also, I see that there's 70-300mm by Tamron and Sigma, which would be nice to actually own coz of the 300mm. Then again, I use a cropped sensor, so 200mm wold probably be fine, right? And if I do go this way, there's the "not having a wide angle" problem. Also, buying more than 2 lense to get the 20-200mm would be fine as long as everything doesn't cost more than $400. If I gotta spend around $200, I might have to borrow money, so let me know. btw, I'm bringing the 50mm 1.8 coz that's the only thing I have for low light.