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Here's another HDR. I'm trying to stay away from the fake "processed" look.

EDIT: fixing color
Edited by Marin - 2/18/09 at 4:54pm
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no picture!
theirs a picture there... its just 4x4 pixels, so you have to really look hard



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Aperture seems to be messing up the color profiles. So I'll just wait until I get back home so I can edit it in Lightroom.
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Add a Tamron 17-50mm f/2.8 and the Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 under my name
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Here I am taking a pic. HDR I took will be posted soon



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Marin i would rekomend reading though this website >> stuck in customs Great TUT's On HDR's
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Can you put me down as owning a Nikon D40X too?? (Not here yet... Coming in next week)
Going lens shopping soon so dunno on that yet.
I still own my Canon P&S for now too.
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Hope you guys can help me along with this. Currently I'm building my lens wish list, and I'm a bit undecided on which telephoto zoom lens I should get. My options are:

-EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS
-EF 70-300mm 70-300 f/4-5.6 IS USM
-EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM

I've read on reviews the image sharpness on the 55-250 could be better and the lens body mount mechanism is plastic (holding me back there), so I figured I should find another options, a review site advised the 70-300mm which from some sample photos is clearly sharper than the 55-250, but the price is quite steep, and after searching a bit more I find the 28-135 which is fairly cheaper, and I will most likely not need the huge 300mm focus range, but I saw on few places good and bad things about them, like jerky zoom ring, wobbly, outdated IS (?)...

Anyway, I'd like to know what's your opinion, if it's really worth to shell out 500€ on the 70-300 or 375€ on the 28-135, I'm also not buying them soon since they're my least priority (Top is wide angle -> macro -> prime -> telephoto)

Mind you, most of the prices I get are off ebay, which in most cases can be over 100€ cheaper than in stores (your opinion of this?).

Thanks

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Quote:
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Hope you guys can help me along with this. Currently I'm building my lens wish list, and I'm a bit undecided on which telephoto zoom lens I should get. My options are:

-EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS
-EF 70-300mm 70-300 f/4-5.6 IS USM
-EF 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM

I've read on reviews the image sharpness on the 55-250 could be better and the lens body mount mechanism is plastic (holding me back there), so I figured I should find another options, a review site advised the 70-300mm which from some sample photos is clearly sharper than the 55-250, but the price is quite steep, and after searching a bit more I find the 28-135 which is fairly cheaper, and I will most likely not need the huge 300mm focus range, but I saw on few places good and bad things about them, like jerky zoom ring, wobbly, outdated IS (?)...

Anyway, I'd like to know what's your opinion, if it's really worth to shell out 500€ on the 70-300 or 375€ on the 28-135, I'm also not buying them soon since they're my least priority (Top is wide angle -> macro -> prime -> telephoto)

Mind you, most of the prices I get are off ebay, which in most cases can be over 100€ cheaper than in stores (your opinion of this?).

Thanks

Hey Dragoon,

I would avoid the 55-250mm, it is soft (but not necessarily worse than the 28-135mm) unless you shoot in f/8 all the time.

The other two lenses however are decent. Of the two I would say go for the 70-300mm, definitely the sharper of the two (NOT the 75-300mm), but the 28-135mm is a great lens, I have it myself and it's the lens on my camera the majority of the time. As far as sharpness, it really isn't sharper than the 55-250mm (check the MTF charts), but it is more compact and has USM motor. The reviews are correct, the construction is a tad "wobbly" but that it's all - just wobbly, has no effect on performance. I don't know about outdated IS, it still still gives you about a 2 stop advantage and I love it, but I think what the reviews mean by outdated is that it doesn't have the "Mode 1" and "Mode 2" IS like the 70-300mm has (one is for stationary subjects, the other moving subjects). And of course the USM is worth having as well. Plus the 28-135mm, as you have noticed, is cheaper (but could be sharper). And myself I find that the telephoto end of that lens is sufficient zoom, esp. with the crop.

So I would say the 70-300mm if you can afford it, but if not the 28-135mm is fine too. The 55-250mm would be the budget lens of course. If you have a decent camera shop locally, go try them.

And my priority for my next lens is definitely wide angle too - I will hopefully have that Canon 10-22mm if my tax return is decent.

MTF charts and info for the lenses:
55-250mm
28-135mm
70-300mm
Edited by GoneTomorrow - 2/20/09 at 4:49am
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