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Old 06-12-08, 11:11 AM
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What true with cycling equipment in regards to diminishing returns also holds true for photography equipment. If you're a pro photographer, you want to best equipment to increase your odds of getting that money shot...just as a pro cyclist can take advantage of those few grams of savings. Of course, I don't think any of us are pros on this board, so a kit lens should be fine for most situations.
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