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post #20691 of 29551
For the box thing, I like having the box too - not because I collect DSLRs or gear (ignore my gear list!), but because if I decide that something isn't working for me, it's easier to sell and ship if I have an original box.
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Hi, I recently bought my first DSLR Sony SLT-A65 and I want buy 18-250 lense for everyday use. So, simple question - which one to get? I found some on this site - http://lenshero.com/lenses/sony-slt-a65-wide-18mm-telephoto-200mm-lens

Budget £400.
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Superzooms are full of compromise... Really the only ones that are even remotely good are the Nikon 18-200 VR and 28-300 VR. All of the options for Sony are frankly terrible. If you insist on getting one, the Tamron 18-270 is probably the only one even worth considering because at least it's pretty cheap. Resolution and distortion are terrible, it's very slow at the long end, and manual focus is a pain in the ass because the focus path is so short.

Honestly, I wouldn't get it.
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Superzooms are full of compromise... Really the only ones that are even remotely good are the Nikon 18-200 VR and 28-300 VR. All of the options for Sony are frankly terrible. If you insist on getting one, the Tamron 18-270 is probably the only one even worth considering because at least it's pretty cheap. Resolution and distortion are terrible, it's very slow at the long end, and manual focus is a pain in the ass because the focus path is so short.
Honestly, I wouldn't get it.

this.

and the lens is the same as the tamron 18-250mm.
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series finale for House just started on Fox. in case anyone cares or watches it
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in more camera related news panasonic just "released" the 12-35/2.8. so you m43 users can rejoice at finally a decent constant aperture normal zoom.
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series finale for House just started on Fox. in case anyone cares or watches it
Wooo - means i can download it in an hour or so.....
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I must say, DP Review's preview of the Panasonic 12-35 on the OM-D seems like a niiice combo.
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I must say, DP Review's preview of the Panasonic 12-35 on the OM-D seems like a niiice combo.

Except it's 4/3rd's so it's lame. tongue.gif
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Eh, small size is tempting. Sensors have finally gotten to the point where I don't think APS-C has a huge advantage anymore over 4/3 in the noise and DR department.
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